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 arts and created an incredible organization, Move This World, an award winning ed-tech company that delivers social and emotional learning tools directly to students.
In Episode 7 of Season 7, Sara tells us her aha! moment during her Fullbright days in Bogotá that led to the creation of Move this World. Sara’s career, together with all her (too many to list) accolades is an inspiration to all of us who want to create change through the combination of arts and technology.
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*Episode recorded on July 28th , 2020
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