Bryan Welch

Bryan Welch After serving as the Publisher and Editorial Director of MOTHER EARTH NEWS and leading Ogden Publications for nearly two decades, Bryan Welch became CEO of B The Change Media, a multi-platform media company founded in cooperation with B Lab and the B Corporations.

Bryan has served on the boards of the Magazine Publishers Association, the Social Venture Network, Down Home Ranch Foundation and several other nonprofits. He also has served on corporate boards of directors and advisory boards of companies involved in natural foods, ecommerce and the media. He was Niche Media’s 2014 “Niche Rock Star of the Year”; is a member of Mequoda Group’s Digital Media Hall of Fame; and was honored with the B Corporations’ 2014 Hal Taussig lifetime-achievement award for “using business as a force for good.”

He and his wife, Carolyn, raise organic, grass-fed landrace cattle, sheep and goats at Rancho Cappuccino near Lawrence, Kansas. Ogden Publications is a certified B Corporation and winner of several awards for corporate environmental stewardship. Bryan’s award-winning book, Beautiful & Abundant: Building the World We Want, appeared in 2011.


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