Category: Career Profiles

Careers

Networking & social capital are often more important than financial capital in today’s world, key Insights from Serial Social Entrepreneur Lalit Gautam

As part of the new PCDN.global we are launching a new series, Social Change Career Profiles.  These are short insightful interviews of leading changemakers where they share tips for advancing a career of impact, suggestions for skills development, their favorite resources, and more. Our second guest is Lalit Gautam, Founder/CEO of Sensegrass and Handscart  (his

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Career Profiles

Building a Career in International Affairs, Key Insights from Gretchen Ehle

As part of the new PCDN.global we are launching a new series, Social Change Career Profiles.  These are short insightful interviews of leading changemakers where they share tips for advancing a career of impact, suggestions for skills development, their favorite resources, and more. Our first guest is Gretchen Ehle, Director of Institutional Giving (Government) at

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Three Common Misconceptions about Social Innovation

This is a sponsored organizational post on PCDN This article is written by my colleague Caroline Gertsch, Country Director at Amani Institute Kenya “What exactly do you mean by social innovation?” “What does it look like in practice?” I often get asked these questions due to my work at Amani Institute.  Pretty much everyone is familiar

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Leading change, paving the way for many

Johanna Leblanc is a Foreign Affairs and National Security Professional who wants her legacy to be such that  influenced policies that promote the interests of all nations and people but also empowered women and girls all over the world to live a limitless life and to focus on their education. Q : Can you introduce

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