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MBA Student- Aspiring to create social and economic value
"Explore multiple parts of the brain and smile."
Hometown: Chapel Hill, NC
Undergrad Education: UNC-Chapel Hill BS Biology 2005
Work Experience: Stahmann Farms Pecans- Australia
Peace Corps Ecuador- cacao development work
MARS Drink- marketing intern
Hobbies/Interests: travel, improv, juggling, acting, singing, cultural experiences
Current Town: Wellesley, MA
Graduate Education: MBA Babson College 2011
An interesting history and a varied past leave me with great optimism, a constant smile, and unique skills.
Looking to create social and economic value.
You can't define it because it's constantly changing but you can explore it especially with the book The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell. Here is a summary http://www.leadershipexpertise.com/book_summary_the_tipping_point.php
Scanning codes keep coming up and so do smartphone apps. I feel like combining the two would be great and it would work here. Have grocery scavenger hunts and you get a clue like "What food should I eat for protein?" and then you have to go scan so
Turn Grocery Stores into museums. Education is the best way to better understand our food and let’s face it the grocery stores and companies that you find there aren’t good at that. They may even be down right deceptive. Let’s start a grocery stor
It has everything to do with OpenIDEO. There is such a swirl of great ideas here but without some thought to implementation along the lines of the tipping point I don't see them having a noticeable impact on any of the situations they seek to address.
Like Kara, I'm also a big fan of this info and have tried to find it before, and it's not readily available. This concept could fill that void. This is a great concept to address the issue and Johan and Sina's comments I think will help complete it.