One thing that is for sure, PLUS ONE society will make an impact! LA Sentinel had the opportunity to talk with CEO and Executive Producer of PLUS ONE society, Kristen Renee Ingram.
“As I’ve evolved not only as a human but also working through how to use my gifts,” Ingram shared with LA Sentinel. “You’ll see our services evolve as well, like celebrity social responsibility mapping: creating a roadmap for celebrities and influencers to integrate social responsibility into their brand so they can be profitable and at the same time contribute to something greater than themselves.”
Since the beginning of PLUS ONE society, many celebrities, sports leagues, and organizations have received Ingram’s 13 years’ of expertise in marketing, event production, social responsibility, diversity and inclusion and more.
For example, partnerships with NBA teams, such as the Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers and Indiana Pacers strategically addressed issues of criminal justice through Play for Justice, a Represent Justice program.
“Kristen Ingram is a visionary. She and the PLUS ONE team bring creativity and expertise to the intersection of sports, entertainment and impact. Her passion for people and commitment to driving change produces transformative experiences, like the Play for Justice program that brings together incarcerated communities and NBA teams across the country” said David Dietz, Social Responsibility Director for the NBA.
Even through a pandemic, the work does not stop. During the lockdown, PLUS ONE created virtual events with celebrities like DeVon Franklin and Cynthia Bailey.
For more information, read this feature about the work PLUS ONE does every day.