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The ups and downs of being a social entrepreneur /with FemGem43 Anne Kjær Bathel FemGems Podcast

    • Business

This episode of FemGems Podcast was recorded live at Factory Berlin in January 2020 and sheds a bright light on the reality of being an impact-driven social entrepreneur. Our FemGem 43 is an extremely inspiring founder that has been awarded multiple times for her incredible work, e.g. by Edition F as one of "25 Women" revolutionising the German industry, by Handelsblatt as "Mutmacher of the Year"(2018), and asBest Female Social Entrepreneur of the year in Germany 2020.
From 2006-2009, she worked as a corporate social responsibility consultant. In that capacity, she developed and implemented Samsung Electronics’ award-winning corporate social responsibility strategy for Scandinavia. In July 2010, Anne moved to Japan, where she spent 2 years researching open social innovation and received the prestigious Rotary Peace Fellowship. In 2012, she moved to Berlin to set up the Berlin Peace Innovation Lab, which is associated with Stanford University. The lab focuses on how technology is facilitating emerging and measurable social change toward global peace. In 2015, she co-founded her own social enterprise –
ReDI School of Digital Integration – that she's sharing all about on this episode!

This episode of FemGems Podcast was recorded live at Factory Berlin in January 2020 and sheds a bright light on the reality of being an impact-driven social entrepreneur. Our FemGem 43 is an extremely inspiring founder that has been awarded multiple times for her incredible work, e.g. by Edition F as one of "25 Women" revolutionising the German industry, by Handelsblatt as "Mutmacher of the Year"(2018), and asBest Female Social Entrepreneur of the year in Germany 2020.
From 2006-2009, she worked as a corporate social responsibility consultant. In that capacity, she developed and implemented Samsung Electronics’ award-winning corporate social responsibility strategy for Scandinavia. In July 2010, Anne moved to Japan, where she spent 2 years researching open social innovation and received the prestigious Rotary Peace Fellowship. In 2012, she moved to Berlin to set up the Berlin Peace Innovation Lab, which is associated with Stanford University. The lab focuses on how technology is facilitating emerging and measurable social change toward global peace. In 2015, she co-founded her own social enterprise –
ReDI School of Digital Integration – that she's sharing all about on this episode!

44 min

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