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 how his social enterprise, Bridge for Billions, is breaking the inequality gap in the eco-system. Also, Pablo shares his earlier years and how his humble origins inspire what he does. With great humility he walks us through his brilliant career as an engineer working globally and how he ultimately pivoted and co-founded his ever-expanding social enterprise, Bridge for Billions.
Pablo holds two graduate degrees from Carnegie Mellon, he speaks Mandarin-Chinese, French, Spanish and English and he is the founder and CEO of Bridge for Billions.
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*Episode recorded on August 7th , 2020
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