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Season 1 of The Social Change Career Podcast

“The best decision [for me] has been to turn down what people think I should do to follow what’s the right path for me”.

Known by everyone in the peacebuilding world and very well connected in the social change scene, Craig is “a compulsive networker and information sharer”. How does he manage to Tweet at 4am? Who hasn’t received an email from him? Who is this guy? Found out about Craig’s earlier years, his biggest failures, how he made bold choices, his PhD years, on quitting jobs, and his transition from academic to social entrepreneur here in Episode 1 of the Social Change Career Podcast.

Click here for the show notes on Craig’s episode.

 

“Having the why clear in your journey is so critical […] we need to push harder in getting that clarity and I bet that equates into your happiness ”.

From the beginning, Monica was fiercely independent and thanks her supportive and loving family for instilling a love of public libraries and education. A native D.C. Washingtonian who grew up both in Korea and the U.S , Monica defines herself as a nerd. She wanted to create global impact from as early as she can remember. Highly accomplished but not happy working in government and policy jobs; she worked her way out of boredom and sadness and found herself becoming a coach and creating her own social business: InnovatorsBox. Found out how Monica found her Why in Episode 2 of the Social Change Career Podcast.

Click here for the show notes on Monica’s episode

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