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Building a Career at the Crossroads of Indigenous Economics and Social Impact

Craig Zelizer

November 7, 2023

PCDN is thrilled to announce our upcoming episode of the Social Change Career Podcast livestream, featuring Alison Guzman, a trailblazer in the realm of Indigenous Economics and Social Impact. Join us on November 15 at 12 pm EST for an enlightening conversation that dives deep into the intersection of Indigenous rights and sustainable development.

Why You Should Tune In:

  • Deep Insights: Gain a nuanced understanding of Indigenous economics and its role in fostering social impact.
  • Global Expertise: Learn from Alison's extensive experience working with Mapuche communities in Chile.
  • Career Opportunities: Explore diverse career paths at the intersection of Indigenous Economics and Social Impact.

What we will cover

  1. Indigenous Wisdom in Economics: Understand the role of Indigenous knowledge in shaping sustainable economic models. 
  2. Community Co-Design: Learn how Alison collaborates with Mapuche communities to co-design sustainability strategies. 
  3. Language & Culture: Discover the importance of learning Indigenous languages like Mapudungun in fostering authentic relationships. 
  4. Multi-Lingual Impact: Gain insights into how Alison's proficiency in multiple languages amplifies her impact.
  5. Global Reach: Learn how Alison's work is making waves not just in Chile but in the broader realm of global social impact.
  6. Awesome Career Impact Tips: Get concrete recommendations for building an innovative career linking economics, impact, rights and more.

Why is PCDN doing this? We are committed to helping professionals and students find impactful careers in social change. For more personalized support, check out the PCDN Career Campus.

Format: The podcast features interviews led by the PCDN leadership team. Audience questions and participation are highly encouraged!

How to Attend: Catch the livestream on LinkedIn & YouTube. Can't make it live? No worries! The recording will be available on our YouTube Channel and as a podcast episode.

When: November 15 from 12 pm to 1 pm EST

Bio of Alison Guzman: Alison Guzman holds a Master’s degree in Ethics and Global Affairs/Indigenous Rights from The American University in Washington DC. She also earned a Bachelor's degree in International Studies/Multi-Ethnic Studies from the same institution and Museum Studies at the Institute of American Indian Arts in New Mexico. Based in Chile, since 2013, she has worked alongside Mapuche communities to co-design strategies for sustainability and is learning their language Mapudungun. She also speaks Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Guarani.

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