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all that we are with amisha ghadiali (formally known as the future is beautiful)

Aug 16, 2018

What does it really take to become a social entrepreneur?

“Women are active in the space where they have been historically confined to. It’s not something you are born with - that eagerness to help - it’s something you learn... and sometimes you learn it because you have no other choice with what’s around you.” ~ Servane Mouazan

In this episode Amisha sits down with Servane Mouazan, who has spent over 17 years working with women in social enterprise as the founder and director of Ogunte.

Servane shares stories from the 7000+ social businesses led by women who have been supported and mentored through the Ogunte network. The network includes a vast array of social businesses in areas from fintech to food security.

She challenges the stereotypes around women in social enterprise, speaks to the real reasons so many women are inspired to do this work and shares nuggets of hard-earned wisdom about the joy and pain of starting out as a social entrepreneur.

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