Goodreads Podcast: Elizabeth Chats with Scott Harrison

Posted by Cybil on November 1, 2018


In the latest episode of the Goodreads podcast Books of Your Life with Elizabeth, Goodreads Co-Founder Elizabeth Khuri Chandler talks with nonprofit organization leader and author Scott Harrison.

Charity: Water founder Harrison discusses his new memoir tracing his journey from New York City club promoter to the founder of a game-changing nonprofit that has brought clean drinking water to more than 8.2 million people in 24 countries.

Books including Simplicity Parenting have helped him approach parenting-work-life balance as he travels the world fund-raising and setting up wells in underserved communities.



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