Max Schorr is a co-founder and board member of GOOD, a media company focused on creative solutions for living well and doing good. At the Berkman Center, he will research social action and mindfulness in the digital age.
As founding editor and publisher of GOOD, he helped develop the editorial vision for GOOD Magazine, which began as part of a generational impulse to create positive change, and the Choose GOOD Campaign, which built a meaningful community while raising over $1 million for nonprofit partners from 50,000+ contributors.
From 2009-2012, he co-founded GOOD/Corps, a social innovation firm that partners with organizations, such as Google, Starbucks, and the Gates Foundation, to align success with social impact.
Recognized as a Next Generation Leader by the American Cancer Society, a member of the Japan Society's Innovators Network, and a First Mover Fellow at the Aspen Institute, he has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, and NPR.