"Don’t think out of the box…. Think of a NEW BOX. Video games and social impact with Federico Restrepo" Episode 6 Season 4
While originally from Medellin, Colombia, Federico has worked all over the world developing partnerships and is an organizational management expert focused on youth and leadership development. As a child, he wasn’t learning Chinese and practicing for standardized tests. In fact, he played a LOT of video games growing up, traded college for adventures with pink dolphins and now co-directs the newly Impact Hub in Medellin. In Episode 6 of Season 4 (click to listen) he talks about his passion for global youth engagement at the largest scale, the Sustainable Development Goals and his key role in building one of the most interesting social innovation labs in South America.
Episode 6 of Season 4 is brought to you by The Rotary Peace Fellowship and the Graduate Program in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence at the Heller School for Social Policy at Brandeis University.
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