It’s no secret that math and I have never been the best of friends. Don’t get me wrong: I love its clarity, and am awed by the elegant and powerful insight it can provide. But I’m the person who is more comfortable facilitating a community development workshop with sixty herders in Mongolia, or designing a […]
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Author: Julia Nelson
Julia Nelson is a 2015-16 MBA student. Trained as an anthropologist, she has spent the last 10 years working in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Oceania as a social “intrapreneur”, making energy and mining companies more responsible and sustainable. She is passionate about learning new approaches to social innovation, and plans to return to the field after her MBA. In her spare time, she rows for Darwin College, practices Spanish on her classmates, and is on a mission to find the best Szechuanese food in the UK.