59 min

Around The World Preserving Traditional Crafts With Patricia Chourio The TMA Podcast

    • Entrepreneurship

Making a difference is her passion and She will be gracing us with her story @_theworldscorner_ The Mom Podcast is excited to have Patricia share how the world corner is helping many women around the world. 
Patricia Chourio is a digital storyteller and communications professional and the founder of The World's Corner. Born and raised in Venezuela, Patricia moved with her family to Atlanta, GA 15 years ago due to the political instability in her country. She attended Kennesaw State University where she received a B.S in Communication/ Media Studies and a M.A in Integrated Global Communication. While pursuing her Masters degree, she had the opportunity to intern for a non-profit in Cambodia where she helped develop communications strategies and social media plan. After graduating, she went back to SE Asia where she worked with several non-profit organizations in the region for 2.5 years. This experience working with women from ethnic minority groups, inspired her to start her own social enterprise, which aims to support artisans around the world while preserving traditional crafts. She enjoys traveling, photography, and is passionate about fair and slow fashion. •
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Making a difference is her passion and She will be gracing us with her story @_theworldscorner_ The Mom Podcast is excited to have Patricia share how the world corner is helping many women around the world. 
Patricia Chourio is a digital storyteller and communications professional and the founder of The World's Corner. Born and raised in Venezuela, Patricia moved with her family to Atlanta, GA 15 years ago due to the political instability in her country. She attended Kennesaw State University where she received a B.S in Communication/ Media Studies and a M.A in Integrated Global Communication. While pursuing her Masters degree, she had the opportunity to intern for a non-profit in Cambodia where she helped develop communications strategies and social media plan. After graduating, she went back to SE Asia where she worked with several non-profit organizations in the region for 2.5 years. This experience working with women from ethnic minority groups, inspired her to start her own social enterprise, which aims to support artisans around the world while preserving traditional crafts. She enjoys traveling, photography, and is passionate about fair and slow fashion. •
Support the show (https://paypal.me/themompodcast?locale.x=en_US)

59 min