Angie Cardona-Nelson

eWaste Direct | Livermore, California
Founded on Earth Day in 2008, eWaste Direct is a full-time sustainable business with global reach. With the help of eBay, eWaste Direct has diverted over 7 million pounds of e-waste from landfills and has gone from a revenue ratio of 80% recycling to over 80% resale.

Bill Ingersoll

Bikes, Trikes and Quads | Sloansville, New York
Bill grew up racing Motocross in rural upstate New York. In 2008, he tragically suffered a severe spinal cord injury, which confined him to a wheelchair. The accident marked a turning point in his life, catalyzing his ecommerce career and leading him to start an online business selling ATV parts through his eBay store.

Laurie Wong

Reflections of Trinity | Powder Springs, Georgia
Reflections of Trinity is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping those in crisis with food, clothing, and basic needs. The charity is financially supported by the sale of donated goods through eBay for Charity.

Jon Gottschalk

WWWatercraft | Pass Christian, Mississippi
Following Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill, Jon turned to e-commerce to use his jet ski expertise and build a business. Now he has built a global business in a competitive field—and gets to do it his way.

Jon Todd

Sant Blanc | Branson, Missouri
Jon Todd’s family has always been in the business of luxury watches, going all the way back to his great-great-great-grandfather, Gaston Sant Blanc.

Jason Barnes

All Time Toys | Ellicott City, Maryland
Jason Barnes, owner of All Time Toys, worked his way up at the store for nearly 10 years. When the opportunity came in 2016 to buy the store, he jumped at the chance.

Gina Foster

Pockets | Sulphur, Oklahoma
Gina Foster made her daughter a bed sheet that would not pop off the mattress at camp -- and pretty soon, everyone wanted one. That's when Mattress Pocket® ("the sheet that won't pop off") was born. After selling at small shows and fairs, Gina turned to eBay, growing her business globally and bringing economic opportunity to her small Oklahoma town.