Why Artrioting now?
I have been home alone for five weeks since March 12th and have been trying to figure out how to help the world. Indeed, I love building sweet movements to FIX THE WORLD!
Thoughts to myself:
Why can’t we help artists who are disrupted at this time?
Why can’t we help causes who are helping so much during COVID?
Why can’t we make our digital backgrounds meaningful?
Why can’t we do all of the above?
The Chief Rioter story
Sarah E. Endline
CEO and Chief Rioter
Sarah is the former founding CEO & Chief Rioter of sweetriot in New York City and a self proclaimed ‘hippie capitalist.’
Sarah grew up in a small town in Michigan close to her grandparents’ farm. Since then, she has also traveled, lived, or worked in more than 85 countries. Sarah is married to a French artist and is a happy stepmom to Victoire and Valentin in France.
Sarah is an early innovator in socially responsible mission based businesses. sweetriot was a Certified B Corporation, Fair Trade, Organic, Women-Owned, and Inc. 500/5000 company. Sarah’s entrepreneurial work has been covered by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Today Show, Forbes, and Fortune. sweetriot was a Whole Foods partner for over 10 years.
Before sweetriot, Sarah was working with the Internet in the late 1990’s at Yahoo! and Microsoft’s msn.com, designing and launching products and marketing programs for millions of consumers and the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) during the internet’s infancy.
Sarah is currently serving on the global growth committee for the Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO) and on the Board of Directors of AIESEC Life.
Today Sarah is an Entrepreneur in Residence (EIR) at the Harvard Innovation Lab and Harvard Business School. Sarah has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor with Distinction from The University of Michigan.