MentorCafe organized by the Positive Impact Circle
Join us on October 13, from 16-18 at Cafe In de Smitse for mentorship cafe!
What is in it for students?
- Opportunity to meet 10 professionals from various industries
- Ask questions and discuss best practices about CV, interview techniques, soft skills and business cases
- Discuss your career plans and get insights from up to date professionals from key business sectors
- Drinks and small bites are on us ;)
Kristel is a project manager and change consultant at Better Future - a social impact consultancy that helps organisations to develop and implement their sustainability and social goals.
With her multidisciplinary background in international relations, culture studies, and migration and diversity governance, Kristel knows her way around diversity, equity and inclusion in our societies and in organisations. As a change consultant, she is working with different clients on inclusive leadership and growing a diverse and inclusive organisation culture.
Misi is a social entrepreneur driven by curiosity. After his master in Global Business and Sustainability he co-founded HeartWork. With this company he aims to support the next generation of leaders to find an inspiring purpose, to elevate their organisation and facilitate sustainable development on a larger scale.
Renske is always looking for how she can make a social impact. She did her master in Global Business and Sustainability and now works as a junior project manager at HartingBank, a supplier of medical equipment. She partook in the circular challenge at BlueCity and volunteers at Swaphero, aiming to make the fashion industry more sustainable.
Romée van der Arend
After a master in Global Business and Sustainability Romée briefly supported Stichting 2030, aimed at making the Sustainable Development Goals a reality. She has worked as a project manager for a care service provider and has recently gone to strengthen the team of Too Good To Go, an app that helps people reduce the amount of food that is wasted.
Svetlana is a multiple award-winning employee at the cutting edge of the food industry. As BeNeLux customer marketing manager at Bayer Crop Science, she is helping pave the way for a future where people can eat good meals that have been grown sustainably. Her positive attitude helps her turn problems into opportunities, and she believes in the power of technology to enrich human life on a small scale and large scale, from innovative marketing tools to better-grown crops.
Whether from behind an oakwood desk or a DJ-table, Wesley gets things moving. He is a long-time audio artist who made a hobby into a job and then into a career, starting at Dancefair as marketer and working his way up to manager and program director. He is in tune with what up-and-coming artists need, as he has been one himself. With his expertise in music, he has since founded several businesses in the field and he’s improving his game still.
Berfu studies law and government. She is chairperson for the Erasmus Sustainability Hub and has taken on various roles at the Erasmus University (and beyond) in order to help people, to facilitate global on a large scale and to support general sustainability. For her work on social entrepreneurship, education and youth empowerment, she has received the prestigious Diana Award.
Pieter van Rijs
From books to football to the government, Pieter has seen many fields. His home pitch, however, is that of finance. He interned at the Ministry of Justice and Security where he developed his skills as advisor and consultant. From there he moved to advise other ministries about finances and business operations. He is now chairman of the football association MVV’27, advisor at a foundation that aims to increase literacy among children in the Netherlands, and he owns an interim advice agency.
Businesses speak, and Nijole listens. She knows the language of companies, and could tell you about it in six human languages. Meaning you could probably have an interesting conversation about business with Nijole. She interned at SEB and became a Client Executive Assistant, analysing corporate finances. She also worked in finance at Danone before joining AkzoNobel as an international business analyst.
Denisa is the embodiment of renewing energy. She thrives in the space where business and societal improvement meet and she has a keen eye for opportunity. She applies her entrepreneurial spirit to sustainability and the energy transition, and with her interest in innovation she is elevating the potential for other people to investment in green energy, helping them thrive while making a positive impact on the world.
Inschrijving: Master studenten€ 0,00Registration
01-09-2022 12:21 t/m
Inschrijving: Positive Impact Circle€ 0,00Registration
01-09-2022 18:00 t/m