sustainability | social impact



let's talk inclusivity.



about me.

I'm a Fulbright Scholar and MIT Sloan Fellow and I love to find new ways to solve complex social challenges. I'm the CEO of Uncomfortable Revolution, where I get to work on building inclusive societies for people living with chronic illness or disability.  Find out more

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I live to tell stories…especially the ones that matter. I started working as an educator, and spent two years working as a professional artist. I then got into NGO marketing communications and eventually ended up at the UN Refugee Agency, where I spent 3 years engaging staff and refugees on innovation. After a year at MIT as an Innovation and Global Leadership Fellow, I co-founded a social enterprise. 


Bottom-up innovation workshop for refugees in uganda

designing a menstrual hygiene solution for zambian women 

mentoring micro-entrepreneurs in johannesburg

hosting co-creation workshop with refugees and designers in stockholm

speaking on a panel on innovative solutions for the european refugee crisis


Changing the world takes guts.




let's connect.

I'd like to connect with others who share my passion. If you'd like to stay in touch and get an occasional update from me by email, share your address below. I'm also on LinkedIn and Twitter and would love to connect there. 

Managing poverty is big business. Ending poverty is revolutionary.
— Anonymous