Our goal is to help hundreds of thousands of people build careers that make money and change the world.

About The Team

The Making Good team is at the vanguard of figuring out how the next generation will rethink, reimagine, and rebuild the world around us. They have been recognized in media outlets like Forbes, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone and The Globe and Mail as the voices of their generation and have collectively raised over 15 million dollars for work supporting young people in the Canada and the United States.

Currently the Making Good team is working on building programs that support young people in finding and building careers that make money and do good.


is the Founder of DreamNow, a charitable organization that works with young people to develop, fund and implement their social change projects. Dev has worked as a Director of Partnerships for Change.org and for other leading companies that do good and pay well like GOOD Corps. His work and writing have been featured in numerous media outlets including the Globe and Mail, CBC Newsworld and INC Magazine. Aujla divides his time between Toronto and New York.


is widely known as an innovative youth organizer, social entrepreneur, and champion of the emerging green economy. He co-founded the Energy Action Coalition, the largest youth advocacy organization in the world working on climate change issues, is co-founder and President of Solar Mosaic, a solar energy marketplace and serves on numerous non-profit and clean-tech boards. Parish lives in Oakland, California with his wife and daughters.

Julian Caspari


is the Co-founder of Schools Without Borders(SWB), empowering a global network of organizations to deliver essential learning opportunities for young people outside the classroom. Julian has a decade of leadership experience working with communities as a facilitator, organizer and mentor. He has led initiatives ranging from corporate and community engagement, to youth employment and health & wellness projects across the Toronto Region and around the world. A 2011 DiverseCity Fellow, Board Member at SWB and consultant to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Julian is committed to establishing partnerships between corporate, government and community sectors in an effort to build “equity” for people, communities and society at large.

Chris Kang


is a community builder with over 15 years experience working with socially excluded communities and 9+ years designing award-winning approaches to global education and community health. At 18, Chris was a graphic artist at Roots Canada where he worked on the 2000 and 2002 Canadian and American Olympic apparel lines. In 2003 he co-founded Schools Without Borders and most recently was the Producer for the documentary Within Every Woman. Currently Chris is focusing on learning Korean and Mandarin while being the driving force behind Hygienna Inc.


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