Dev Aujla runs Catalog an agency which provides recruiting services for companies that make money and do good. For the last ten years, Dev has been at the center of a progressive new generation that is rebuilding, redesigning and rethinking the ways that we do good and make money.

He is the founder of DreamNow, a charitable organization which has helped young people organize and start community projects. Over the last ten years, DreamNow has reached over fifty thousand people and raised over three million dollars. Dev has also worked with GOOD/Corps helping to bring the Pepsi Refresh Project to Canada and with building partnerships across the United States.

Dev speaks regularly and blogs as a social enterprise columnist for INC Magazine and the Huffington Post. His writing and work have been featured in dozens of media outlets including Fast Company, Paper Magazine, MSNBC, CBS and The Globe and Mail.

Dev holds an English Literature degree from the University of Western Ontario and currently lives and works in New York and Toronto. He is the co-author of Making Good: Finding Meaning, Money & Community in a Changing World (Rodale/Penguin 2012).