Devin Thorpe Interviews Reef Life Next Week! July 21st 2016 Be Ready!


Author | Journalist | Speaker

Champion of Social Good

Devin Thorpe was a finance guy until he realized life wasn’t all about the money. As a new-media journalist and founder of the Your Mark on the World Center, Devin has established himself as a champion of social good. As a Forbes contributor, with 350 bylines and over one million unique visitors, he has become a recognized name in the social impact arena. His YouTube show, featuring over 600 celebrities, CEOs, billionaires, entrepreneurs and others who are out to change the world, has been viewed over 200,000 times, giving him a recognizable face as well.

Reef Life Team met Devin at a recent crowdfunding event, and Melody Brenna, Reef Life CEO was lucky enough to WIN a Book Written by Thorpe. "Your Mark on the World"

Found on Amazon Your Mark On The World will change your life if you let it. This book will inspire you to become the best version of yourself, doing more good in the world than you ever thought possible without sacrificing the things that are most important to you. Devin and Melody spoke regarding Reef Life and the purpose and impetus to accelerate new Coral Reef Growth with their Nanoscience Saving Nature formulations. Devin was so gracious to include us in his schedule and we greatly appreciate being included on his show- it will air 21st July on http://devinthorpe.com/

#Forbes #SustainableImpactInvesting #DevinThorpe #climatechange #oceanacidification

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