Wai Wai Nu has global notoriety as a champion of democracy and human rights as attested by her many accolades including Time Magazine Next Gen Leader; Hillary Clinton Awards; Young Global Leader; Impact Hero by Earth Company, among others. In Episode 15 of Season 7 Wai Wai shares her story as a political-prisoner in her native Myanmar. Far from
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This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info is below): This is a must-hear episode for everyone interested in peace-building and social change. Originally from Egypt, originally trained as a lawyer, Dr. Amr Abdalla has built an extraordinary career as a researcher, academic, teacher, trainer, story-teller and overall good human. In Episode
This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info is below): Do you know that you can use design methods to solve social problems? Do you wonder how to become a designer focused on bringing positive social change? This episode is a great introduction to the world of design and how
E12S7: Immigrant, Journalist & Academic: A Career in Communications and Journalism with Kara Andrade
What happens when you bring a journalist to the show? The guest doesn’t only want to answer questions, she interviewed me [show-host] as well. Welcome to a special episode of The Social Change Career Podcast with Kara Andrade and Catalina Rojas [me]. In Episode 12 of Season 7 Kara Andrade tells the story of how her
(This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship). Fiona Macaulay works at the intersection of innovation, leadership and global development. She’s a serial social entrepreneur, educator and field-builder. In Episode 11* of Season 7, Fiona shares how her leadership experience started during in her involvement in student-led businesses Fiona talks about her “fateful coffee” that
Kerstin Tebbe is the networking whisperer. An international development/humanitarian response professional interested in non-traditional approaches to change across all sectors. If you think networking is just to there to help you get jobs, you are in for a huge surprise. Networking is skill, a strategy to advance your career and also a tool to affect positive social change.
If you ever wondered what is an academic entrepreneur, this is your episode. Dr. Patricia Marquez, serves in a dual role at the University of San Diego as the Associate Provost for Academic Planning and Innovation and as Dean of the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies. Getting into and completing a PhD is hard.
Can social entrepreneurship solve the inequality gap? Pablo Santaeufemia thinks it’s possible. And he knows a thing or two or three. Forbes 30 under 30, Ashoka Fellow, CEO and co-founder of a social enterprise, brilliant engineer from Carnegie Mellon University, Pablo is by all measures a bright impact professional. In Episode 8 of Season 7, learn
E7S7: How to build a (very) successful career combining the arts and technology for good with Sara Lahayne
A career in the arts is hard enough, a career in the arts as a tool for positive social change is even harder. If you are passionate about how to build a successful career integrating the arts into social change, you need to listen to Sara Lahayne’s story. A life-long dancer who channeled her love for the
Frustrated by the field experience requirement? Curious how to get your first field work assignment? You need to sit down and listen to Hana’ Abdullah Raja Jum’ah who has accrued over 113 months in humanitarian, fragile and development contexts including Iraq, Yemen, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Algeria and Tunisia. In Episode 6 of Season 7, learn how Hana, while studying
Wai Wai Nu has global notoriety as a champion of democracy
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