PCDN is thrilled to announce the latest episode of the Social Change Career Podcast Livestream on October 30 at noon EST, featuring Esha Chhabra, a seasoned journalist and business analyst focusing on sustainable enterprises and global development. With an extensive body of work featured in esteemed publications like The New York Times, Economist, and Guardian, Esha digs beyond the superficial to evaluate the real impact of businesses in today’s sustainability narrative.
Why You Should Tune In:
In This Episode, We'll Dive Into:
1. Career Evolution: Esha will share her pathway from being a graduate of Georgetown University and the London School of Economics and Political Science to becoming a notable voice in sustainable business and global development.
2. Impactful Reporting: Explore how Esha's investigative journalism has helped unveil the truth behind corporate sustainability claims, providing a clearer picture for consumers and the industry alike.
3.Transcending Barriers: Understand the hurdles faced and the resilience required to advocate for transparency and sustainability in a profit-driven business landscape.
4. Community Engagement: Delve into how storytelling can serve as a powerful tool for raising awareness and driving meaningful change in the business sector.
5. Advice for Aspiring SocEnt Advocates: Glean valuable advice from Esha for those keen on blending business acumen with a drive for social and environmental impact.
When: October 30 at noon EST.
How do I attend: The Social Change Career Podcast livestream can be watched on LinkedIn & YouTube. The recording will also be uploaded to our YouTube Channel and converted into an episode of the Social Change Career Podcast.
Why is PCDN doing this? We are committed to helping social impact professionals and students find their path to impactful careers. For those seeking more support, please visit the PCDN Career Campus.
Format: The podcast features interviews led by the PCDN leadership team with our guests. We strongly encourage questions and participation from the audience. ?????????
Bio: Esha Chhabra has been a writer and journalist focused on global development, the environment, and business for over a decade. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Economist, Guardian, Forbes, The Washington Post, Fast Company, Wired, and more. She goes beyond greenwashing to determine if companies are actually pushing the needle for positive impact. Her work has been supported by the UN Foundation and the Pulitzer Center in Washington, DC. Esha is a graduate of Georgetown University and the London School of Economics and Politics Science. Delhi-born, she calls Southern California home.