As Founder and Chief Storyteller of Triple Bottom Why, Marissa Feinberg is a publicist, marketer, and brand storyteller with a passion for championing new ideas and connecting people. Feinberg raises the profile of her clients, building the platform for them to achieve their goals, whether they are raising awareness or capital. Feinberg’s “triple bottom why” method aligns her clients’ Whys with their organizations and audiences. Identifying Why also highlights values, supporting the triple bottom line: people, planet, and profit. From Fortune 500 companies to Series B startups, Feinberg and her clients have been featured in The New York Times, TechCrunch, Mashable, BBC World, Bloomberg, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Inc., Forbes, and NBC, among countless others. Prior, Feinberg served as Vice President, PR + Marketing, of MissionHUB, a network of Impact Hub coworking campuses in San Francisco, Berkeley, New York City, and Washington D.C., as well as the SOCAP Conference for impact investors. Feinberg co-founded Green Spaces NY coworking and events space for environmental and social changemakers, acquired by MissionHUB, becoming Impact Hub NYC. Feinberg frequently speaks about marketing and PR, for startups and social enterprises, via Investor’s Circle, Parsons the NEW School for Design, and NYU Entrepreneurial Institute, among others. Feinberg graduated from Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with degrees in PR and marketing. She serves on the boards/advisories of Green Map, Ecodeo, Entertainment for Change, Toilets for People, NYU Stern’s Annual $300K Entrepreneurs Challenge, and The Artist Co-op. Feinberg is also an actress, represented by Take3Talent and Aitken Artists—watch her on “Crown Lake,” Season 2, on Amazon Prime.