Beyond success: how to find meaning in the work that you do with Larissa Demel Anguizola

Summary & Key takeaways

Beyond being a successful young professional, which she is by all accounts, Larissa shares how she finds meaning in the work that she does and why it is so important to not only rise to the top, but to be an agent of change for this “unfinished world”.

When your father is from the Czech Republic, your mum is from Panamá and you are raised in Germany, you truly have a global lens through which to navigate life (and work).

In Episode 5 of Season 6, learn about the career journey of Larissa Demel-Anguizola who is currently an Master of Public Policy candidate at the London School of Economics.  With an impressive work trajectory that started at AIESEC as country director and ended up Global Head of Impact; to private sector experience, to regional leadership of youth engagement at the Special Olympics.

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Key Links:

AIESEC

Special Olympics

Masters of Public Policy at the London School of Economics

 

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