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Alina wowed with poetry, Yoseph wowed with languages, and Bec and David were duly wowed. Alina Siegfried and Yoseph Ayele are leading the Edmund Hillary Fellowship to ‘work together from New Zealand to solve some of humanity’s greatest challenges’. Their first international and local cohort of 30 Fellows starts this October on their three year programme, assisted by a world-first Global Impact Visa from New Zealand’s Government. They share some of their and that story to now, and we unpack some of the gargantuan challenges they have set for themselves and for the first, and subsequent cohorts. Episode runs almost exactly 60mins, with quite a chunk of 'couldn't not keep' pre-show tucked at the end. Slam poetry ex-National Champion anyone? Listen/subscribe: Apple Podcasts | twicepodcast.com | Overcast | Pocket Casts Episode sponsors: BizDojo Wellington, Collider Wgtn . Audio hosting support from our Patreon patrons 👏 Show Notes and Links: 'Impact Entrepreneurship' Places Importance on Social Consciousness Edmund Hillary - Wikipedia Tenzing Norgay - Wikipedia Lambton Quay - Wikipedia Te Araroa - New Zealand's Trail - Home New Zealand Poetry Slam Edmund Hillary Fellowship Kiwi Connect [dormant] Beers tasted: Garage Project: #1: Mon P'tit Chou #2: Yuzukosho People: Alina Siegfried: personal website | Twitter @AliJacs Yoseph Ayele: LinkedIn | Twitter @YosephAyele Edmund Hillary Fellowship: website | Twitter @EHFNewZealand | EHF publication/journal on Medium | Instagram | Facebook Rebecca Stewart: Twitter @Bo_Recka | Instagram @Bo_Recka David Binstead | Twitter @david_binstead --- Listen: iTunes | twicepodcast.com | Pocket Casts | Overcast Connect: Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Patreon | Facebook (unmonitored) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Upcoming: #52a, b, c and d (the 4 episode social enterprise NZ election specials) publish next week. David is talking with politicians from the four major NZ political parties to gather their perspectives and policies related to social enterprise. #53 with Guy Ryan of Inspiring Stories and Hannah Duder from Indigo & Iris publishes just before SEWF 2017 in Christchurch. --- 'twice': two weeks in creative endeavour shares founder stories and journeys to now by bribing innovators, creatives +social enterprisers (usually) with beer. Fortnightly from Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand, since August 2015. #51: Fantastic Little Cabbage | Co-hosted and produced by 43words/David Binstead ©43words 2017 all rights reserved
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