060: Digital Agency Real Talk: Supporting BIPOC In The Digital Space With Jazzmine Multani

It’s time to get uncomfortable! In this installment of Digital Agency Real Talk, Say chats with Content Strategist Jazzmine Multani about their lived experiences as women of color, and the importance of creating platforms for BIPOC to thrive in the digital space. Tune in to hear personal stories, ideas, and actionable steps we can all take to create more inclusive communities.

4 Stages of Sustainable Development

We had the chance to talk with our beautiful cousin @jazzmineraine about sustainable tourism, life in India, and what the future holds for travelling and tourism with COVID. For those who don’t know this beautiful soul, Jazzmine was the first to open a zero waste guest house, Hara House, in the north end of India. Since then she has started @thehararevolution, experiential education and social/environmental programs for young youth in India. And if that’s not enough she’s also the creator and founder of @curatedconsciously, a resource for sustainable content as well as a sustainable subscription service. Honestly, there’s nothing this girl can’t do! Over the next few weeks we will be sharing video clips from our zoom chat with Jazzy. In today’s video we’ll be talking to Jazzmine about the 4 stages of sustainable development - Political, Social, Economical, Environmental. Let’s get educated about sustainable tourism so we don’t have to feel guilty about travelling in the (hopefully) near future!

Jazzmine Raine On Traveling & Living Sustainably

I am a social entrepreneur and passionate activist for youth empowerment, conscious living, and sustainable travel. I lead a few projects including Hara World, Sustainable Travel Network, Causeartist, and Curated Consciously. I am a Canadian gal from a mixed raced family and have been living in India for almost 5 years now. I am an adventurous student, always using travel as my platform for experiential learning, which has led me to work on incredible gras

20+ Sustainability Influencers Leading the Way in Travel

Sustainability influencers are teaching us all how to be better travelers and better caretakers of the Earth. From Instagram to blogs to videos, these women travel creators are leading the way in sustainability conversations. As we take this pause in travel and reevaluate our habits, many of these women are offering advice and insight into conservation issues. We can make small changes at home right now. And then we can carry that momentum forward whenever we start traveling again. If you’re

Jazzmine Raine - Founder/Director, Hara World & Co-Founder, Sustainable Travel Network

Jazz is one of the leading pioneers of the zero waste travel movement in India. She is the co-founder of India's first zero waste guesthouse Hara House, a social enterprise that invests 20% of profits into community development projects. What started as a grassroots project led to the creation of Hara World, an experiential education and impact travel organization that empowers, educates and connects diverse young people through environmental justice programs. Jazz is currently the Director of Hara World and utilizes her background in nonprofit management, content marketing, and social innovation to lead her team of 20-somethings to become confident and resourceful leaders for sustainable development.

Strategist Spotlight: Jazz

Jazz, what you are passionate about? I am a very passionate social entrepreneur and sustainable traveller. I am the Director and Founder of Hara World , an experiential education and impact travel organization that connects and empowers diverse youth through environmental justice programs. My organization also runs Hara House , India's FIRST zero waste guesthouse. I'm also a very passionate dancer and theatre performer, and cry if I'm away from my silks or hoop for more than 1 week.

Change Magazine

Social entrepreneurs and influencers are special people with unique qualities we find so fascinating about them. They have shaped the world today and what it will be tomorrow. They see the transformation world and the reality that most people don’t see and they ask questions and find answers to them. These people have become what they are today though vision and action.

20 Sustainable Travel Bloggers to Follow in 2020 | Suitcase Six

I realized recently that I follow a lot of travel influencers, but not nearly enough sustainable travel bloggers. Entering 2020, I wanted to flood my feed with more eco-friendly vacation inspiration, and also diversify my feed to include more women of color, as the travel sphere can be pretty white. (As a white woman trying to blog about sustainable travel myself, I mean no offense by this.) After some research, I’ve put together a list of 20 sustainable travel bloggers that you need to follow

Social Entrepreneurs To Be Inspired By Right Now

A social entrepreneur is a person who pursues novel applications that have the potential to solve community-based problems. These individuals are willing to take on the risk and effort to create positive changes in society through their initiatives. – Investopedia We are in an era where entrepreneurship is at an all-time high. This is because we are in what Stacey Tisdale calls a gig economy, where people have learned to leverage their talents and interests to create multiple streams of income.

Social Entrepreneurship: What It Is and Why Everyone's Talking About It

Entrepreneurs used to be those who had an idea, started a company, and made money. They wrote a business plan, circulated the document to a bank, and worked tirelessly to scale their company and drive profits for themselves and their investors. But in 2018, we’re a startup nation. Actually, we’re a startup world. Entrepreneurs have different motivations for starting a business just as consumers have different motivations to buy.

Striving to Empower: An Interview with Jazzmine Raine

This week, Jazzmine Raine, Director and Co-Founder of Hara World, chatted with us about her incredible journey that led to the creation of Hara World. Hara World is an experiential education and impact travel organization. They connect with young minds, involving them in environmental justice programs. In their own words, they aim to: "to use the power of travel to empower youth to step into their role as a leader for creating the world we want to live in".

All about the Tourism Shala in Delhi

The Tourism Shala is taking place in Delhi, on September 21, to promote sustainability in the travel industry in India. Jazzmine Raine is a Travel Massive Delhi member and co-organizer of The Tourism Shala. She is a social entrepreneur and content creator with a passion for responsible travel, conscious consumption, ethical fashion and social good. She is the co-founder of Indias’s first zero waste guesthouse and tourism organization, Hara House.

The 35 Social Entrepreneurs To Watch For In 2019

This will mark the 6th edition of our Social Entrepreneurs to watch for list. If you want to check out the previous years of social entrepreneurs you can see them here (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018). Over the past five years I have had the great pleasure of speaking with over 400 social entrepreneurs while running Causeartist. It has been an amazing pleasure to watch many of these startups grow into companies and scale without losing their focus on impact.


At 18 years old, Jazzmine Raine launched a non-profit organisation called Raine for Water, now Raine Network, which led her to travel the world learning the ins and outs of grassroots development and social innovation in Canada, Ghana and India. As a young social entrepreneur Jazzmine is the queen of the zero waste initiative. Currently operating India’s first zero waste guesthouse- Hara House she aims to grow this initiative into a widespread network around the world!
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