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Myles Lutheran – Champagne!

Myles Lutheran has led a varied life. He’s managed a rock band, worked in real estate and finance and has recently finished a funding round for Eco Fuels Kenya – his nut-based bio fuel company. Born in the U.S. he currently lives in Kenya. Now that he’s raised the money he needs to run his company he has to get to the actual work of running a company. In the meantime though, he spent some time in the booth to talk about how he was able to raise $1.5 million from impact investors and foundations and the importance of conserving time but also taking risks with your time.

Unfunded List’s Wine Grants Podcast gathers philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and changemakers of all stripes. Hosted by Dave Moss, who started Unfunded List in 2015 to help make sure that the next generation of changemakers get the feedback and recognition they need to be successful. Our mission is to demystify and open the door to private philanthropy for the general public while providing a platform for our guests to discuss their life’s work.

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