Updated: Apr 25
This weekend, the Women and the Economy Forum participants will be pitching their chosen businesses, making a case for our microloan investment.
As the students brainstorm creative ways to convince the panelists that their chosen business is the most impactful, they are developing an entrepreneurial mindset to problem solve and gain buy-in. In Destination Workshops, we invite college admission officers, SDGs subject matter experts and study-abroad advisors to shine lights on the potential futures for the students.
According to the Princeton Review, when it comes to business majors, entrepreneurship development, and global outlooks, one of the top higher educational destinations is IE University in Spain. This weekend, we welcome Mane Nalbandyan, the Senior Manager of APAC at IE University to share with us what that future may be like if our international students choose to study in IE.
Ms. Mane Nalbandyan is originally from Armenia when she started her career as a marketing and social media expert in a gaming company. She has always been passionate about education and moved to the international education sector for the past 5 years. She works as a Senior Regional Manager for the Asia Pacific region in IE University´s Global Markets team. Having international education and spending a year in IE University, she is now based in Madrid and heads IE´s international offices in Asia and Oceania in order to guide students through their educational journey.
Please join us in welcoming Mane! We cannot wait to see where the students will take the world as they go. The next forum is now open for application: AquaAlliance: Mobilizing Youth for Global Water Access. Join teens around the world to take a look at the essence of life on Earth.