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Building a Glocal Impact Career

Craig Zelizer

July 14, 2022

PCDN is pleased to announce our next  Social Change Career Podcast Livestream. 

This session is supported by the -funded master’s degree or certificate in peace and development studies. 

In our upcoming session, Learn from a leading changemaker and innovator, Aditi Pathak on Building A Glocal Impact Career. Aditi will share key insights from working on advancing change in a wide-range of sectors including sustainability, building the capacity of thousands of educators and students through her work with the  UN, her deep applied research experience and working on innovative solutions to advance educational opportunities for those from low resource contexts. She will also explore the key paths to advance skills, how to move from local to national and then global impact and there will be time audience questions.


Aditi is a learning experience specialist with 15+ years of international experience in research and program management. Thematically, most of her work has been in the field of education with a focus on ESD (Education for Sustainable Development), GCE (Global Citizenship Education), SEL (Social & Emotional Learning), educations for refugees and migrants and Digital learning. Apart from education, she also worked on livelihood generation and public health with expertise in designing research studies, awareness and outreach programmes, leading and delivering teacher and student training workshops (online and offline), developing programme communication strategies, establishing monitoring & evaluation processes, and partnership building.

 Since 2015, she has been actively working in the field of Virtual Exchange and have successfully reached out to students and teachers from across the globe. Through her work she has  been promoting the values of collaboration, perspective-taking, intercultural understanding and active citizenship- essential SE ( Social and Emotional) and Global Citizenship skills and impacted students in 10 countries. 

Her research has been at the intersectionality of intercultural competence, Social and Emotional Learning and Global Citizenship understanding student perception and attitude on key global issues. To scale up her work, technology has been a great enabler and she has been working towards creating innovative online courses on some of the above-mentioned themes. She is currently working on increasing educational access for migrants and refugees in low-resource contexts.

When & How to Attend: The session will be streamed on Linkedin, Twitter & YouTube July 19 at 12:00 pm Central Europe Time and then will be converted to a episode of the Social Change Career Podcast (check out our 100+ episodes featuring innovators from diverse sectors around the globe. Please also consider rating and sharing our podcast to help grow our impact)

Why is PCDN doing this? We are deeply committed to helping social impact professionals and students around the world find their path to impact careers. We only have one planet and one life, and our goal is to help as many people put impact & changemaking at the heart of their work across diverse sectors.

For those who want much greater support, access to the world’s best experts, more interactive sessions, networking events & workshops over 350 opportunities per month (fellowships, jobs, funding, socent +startup, training and more) + tons of members only benefits please visit the PCDN Career Campus.

Format: The career chats features short interviews led by the PCDN leadership team with our guests and there is usually time for questions from the audience. 

Check out the Rotary Peace Fellowship

This session is supported by the Every year, 130 individuals are selected to receive a generous award from The Rotary Foundation that funds tuition, living expenses, international field experience, and research/conference opportunities at one of the Rotary Peace Centers, located within eight leading universities around the world.

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