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Leadership Programs: 4 Keys to Success

30

Jul 2015

Leadership Programs: 4 Keys to Success

By Pablo Esteves – Emzingo. This post was originally featured in IDEAS magazine.   In today’s globalized world, countries in the southern hemisphere are major growth markets for those in the northern hemisphere, particularly Europe and the United States. Thus, business...

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Cidade Maravilhosa

24

Jul 2015

Cidade Maravilhosa

By Amanda Darlington – Emzingo Fellow (NexGen Brazil) Salty and sweet. Affluence and poverty. Rainforest and sea. Adversity and alegria. Rio de Janeiro – a land of Carnival, caipirinhas and extreme contrasts – unlike any others and found nowhere else...

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Emzingo Receives B Corporation Certification

22

Jul 2015

Emzingo Receives B Corporation Certification

Today Emzingo is incredibly proud to announce that it has become a Certified B Corporation™. Certified B Corporations are committed to using the power of business to solve social and environmental problems and must meet a set of standards regarding transparency and governance,...

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Fifty Shades of Melanin

16

Jul 2015

Fifty Shades of Melanin

By Kaitlyn Huynh – Emzingo Fellow (South Africa)   It’s quite amazing to find myself at the halfway mark of my fellowship in South Africa. The experience has been an interesting one in exploring a new corner of the globe, where...

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The Beautiful Gift of Cantagalo

09

Jul 2015

The Beautiful Gift of Cantagalo

By David Chee – Emzingo Fellow (NexGen Brazil) I didn’t know what I expected to find in Cantagalo, but it definitely wasn’t a moment of grace that would change my outlook on Brazil. Maestre Dá had just finished explaining how Emzingo...

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Favelas – A View from Above

02

Jul 2015

Favelas – A View from Above

By Cezarina Niculae – Emzingo Fellow (NexGen Brazil) Rio is the only city in the world where the poor look down on the rich. Residents of Rocinha look down (literally) on the American School for expats and benefit from a much...

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Mekoa

18

Jun 2015

Mekoa

By Tori Pryor – Emzingo Fellow (South Africa)   I wish I could have stayed. The organization that I am directly working with this summer, The Lonely Road Foundation (LRF), is absolutely incredible to say the least. Not only is their...

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