Kabira Stokes’ socially conscious company Isidore Electronics Recycling does more than just re-purpose e-waste, the valuable but potentially hazardous metal components in discarded phones and computers. It employs people with criminal records.  Stokes’ motivation to start the company came from a painful personal experience when she realized she had the power to make a difference. After two hundred tons of recycled e-waste and counting, the company is on firm ground to keep helping people stay employed and out of the prison system forever.