Have you ever had the opportunity to be spend time serving on the other side of the world – and better yet, worked for a company that supports you doing so? I have – and this is my story.
Recap 5th Global Pro Bono Summit, Lisbon “Mapping Pro Bono Service to Tackle the World’s Challenges” by Storify
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ENGAGEMENT In dealing with widely ramified organizations Tanja Siebert versed. Through her previous work for an internationally active logistics company has learned to think in large structures. The graduate in business administration has introduced for her employer a unified IT system in many countries, lived and worked there. So they held a management position at a young age.
These experiences can now be used for a new professional task Siebert. Since 2014, it is engaged as managing partner for the social enterprise Amaidi which organizes volunteer services worldwide. The goal is to promote development. Amaidi offers projects that create human livelihoods, environmental or educational projects.
The 2017 Global Pro Bono Summit will be held in Lisbon, Portugal from 7th to 10th March and draw CSR, HR leaders, foundations, government representatives and pro bono movement leaders from over 30 countries. The Summit challenges pro bono movement leaders to identify ways to increase their impact and hold each other accountable to delivering and facilitating pro bono work that drives social change. The summit this year will be hosted by Social Entrepreneurs Agency .