Dr. Joshua Weiss is one of the top scholars in the field of Negotiation in the U.S. and probably the world. If you are thinking about a career in negotiation, look no further. Dr. Weiss is the co-founder of the Global Negotiation Initiative & Senior Fellow at the Program on Negotiation, both are based at Harvard
Category: Season 8
E19S8: How to Go from Engineer, to Environmental Activist to International Development Professional with Jim O’Neil
After a number of twists and turns, Jim O’Neil left his engineering career to become an International Development professional for major INGOs as CRS and Mercy Corps. Not a straight line and certainly not a boring life. The quest for meaning is not easy but possible, as attested by Jim’s high impact career and experience.
How does a career in public policy look like? How can a PhD help enhance a career in public policy? To help answer these questions listen to Sergio Hernandez Mendoza’s story. This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (find more details below). Sergio has 10 years planning, monitoring and evaluating public
Eric Ressler is the founder and creator of Design by Comic, a design agency that helps social impact organizations look better, tell their stories better and become digital wizards and overall increase their engagement and impact. This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (find more details below). In Episode 17 of Season
E16S8: “The Peace Ranger”: Overseeing the Implementation of Peace Agreements with Dr. Josefina Echavarria
Dr. Josefina Echavarria has one of the coolest jobs on the planet. She oversees the implementation and verification of Peace Agreements. If peace processes were forests, she would be the “The Peace Ranger”. This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (find more details below). This is the first time a university-based
Another name for social entrepreneurship, equity and female leadership is Devon Davey. Devon is a Bay Area-native capacity builder with 12+ years of partnering with social entrepreneurs and founders. Be it a refugee crisis, youth empowerment, education, philanthropy, network building, systems change, and climate crises. Devon is there to co-create strategy and help co-create solutions for
“If you have privilege, use it to do good” is just one of the many tips that came out of an amazing conversation with poverty and development researcher Dr. Soumya Balasubramanya. This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (find more details below). Soumya’s applied research focuses on poverty and development challenges in
Nonprofit executive turned parallel entrepreneur. Yes. Because life and careers turn up a bit different than plans. Kelly Nagle has over a decade of experience working as a senior NGO officer in leadership and development capacities and currently is running not one, but two social enterprises. This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary
This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info below) What does a career fighting social inequality look like? Look no further as I sit down with one of the world’s expert in social inequality: Ben Phillips. Ben Phillips is the author of the book How to Fight Inequality. He advises the
This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info below) The business of business giving. How does it work? Does it work? This week’s guest story starts with a healthy food business and evolves into one of the biggest most successful business philanthropy efforts working with 3k business and over 220M giving impacts called B1G1.
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