Orange County Register: Most Influential 2016 — Joseph Sanberg connects the working poor to California’s earned income tax credit

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Orange County Register: Most Influential 2016 — Joseph Sanberg connects the working poor to California’s earned income tax credit

The year Joseph Sanberg graduated from Servite High and headed off to Harvard, the house where his single mom raised him was lost to foreclosure. That experience, along with the influence of his grandfather, his Jewish faith and his education within these halls at Servite, shaped his desire to help the less fortunate. ADDITIONAL INFO:01.sanberg.0204.mg - 02/01/2016 - MANDATORY CREDIT: MICHAEL GOULDING, ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Profile of Joseph Sanberg. The year Joseph Sanberg graduated from Servite High and headed off to Harvard, the house where his single mom raised him was lost to foreclosure. That experience, along with the influence of his grandfather, his Jewish faith and his education at Servite, shaped his desire to help the less fortunate.

“Business has a huge role to play – many of the most valuable businesses are going to be those built to make people’s lives better. The business culture has been consumed by profit maximization in the short term at the expense of creating sustainable businesses that solve people’s problems.”

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