COVID made many of us DIGITAL NOMADS overnight — through the means of technology working location independently. It will take collaboration to create a more equitable world — acknowledging and celebrating the positive impacts of those across sectors, industries, and cultures is critical.
Troy Campbell from Stampede's Know, Like, Trust Podcast in the U.S. interviews Paksy Plackis-Cheng in Berlin, Germany about how she founded impactmania.
People have a really one-sided view of what's happening in the world. That breeds polarization. Plus, when they want to do something, they feel hopeless. They think, “I can't. What am I going to do?” They don't know there are people making a difference, let alone connecting with the people who are driving change.
For the last 5 years, impactmania has featured change makers in more than 30 countries. For media outlets who are plastering "We stand by you against racism" it is about time you reflect the world in your publications. For all of us: stop buying magazines that do not acknowledge you and your community.
For the new impactmania and UCSB program: Human Mind and Migration (HMM), we are featuring migrants who have been contributing cultural, social, and economic wealth and health to their adopted countries. The series Modern-Day Migrants in the Performing Arts explores [...]
University Foundation Trustee Duncan Mellichamp and wife Suzanne are sponsoring this intimate gathering to help further the goal of broadening multidisciplinary research and learning.
The U.S. Consulate awarded impactmania's Women of Impact program with the U.S. Embassy Public Diplomacy grant. Paksy Plackis-Cheng and members from the network traveled to New Zealand for a week-long cross-cultural and business events.