Amelia Pape is a strategist, storyteller, and social entrepreneur.

I am an entrepreneur, impact strategist, strategic storyteller, and dogged seeker of positive social change.  

I have created, co-designed and delivered programs and presentations for the Fulbright Program, Portland State University, Whole Foods Market, Net Impact, MercyCorps Northwest, Ashoka U, the Whole Cities Foundation, and the World Affairs Council, among others. My work has been featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Fast Company, Huffington Post, Newsweek and more.

I love to create, collaborate, innovate, imagine, and wonder.

I founded My Street Grocery, the nation's first mobile grocery social enterprise to be acquired and operated by a national retailer. 
I serve on the Board of Advisors for Impact Entrepreneurs at Portland State University.
I teach storytelling in the School of Business Administration at Portland State University.
I am a contributing writer at Newsweek.
I design empathy programs at GrassRoots U
I am a two term Ashoka U Change Team member.  

I live in Portland, Oregon with my partner and two cats. I love to make sourdough bread, hike, backpack, write, and peruse the racks for great vinyl at my local independent music shop.

Photo source: Kelly James