Some people are just bursting with can-do attitude and back it up with an incredible range of hard earned expertise and experience. Meet Groundswell mentor and big-hearted Tiffany Shen. Entrepreneur, tech whiz, foodie, tea geek.
Are you thinking about taking the LEAP into social entrepreneurship? You’re in luck! Our co-founders Gilad Babchuk or Paola Qualizza would like to offer you a chance to book a FREE 40-minute, one-on-one conversation where you can ask them all your burning questions around starting a social business, understanding the marketing engine that drives your venture forward, all the legal and accounting bits in between. Let’s do this!
Groundswell is looking for someone who will join our core team to help organize, build, and run various support systems and perform a variety of administrative tasks to allow Groundswell to scale its operations efficiently and work intelligently and collaboratively towards our vision of growing a resilient social economy ecosystem.
In the world of entrepreneurship, we hear about having to hustle, compete, and focus on achieving that ever important goal. But are these gendered expectations? Within the continuum of gender, Cori recognizes nuances between "feminine" and "masculine" energies. She finds her path and power by embracing her feminine energy, rather than homogenizing differences for the sake of "equality".
We hold entrepreneurs in high esteem because they do something extremely difficult: they manage dozens of roles singlehandedly in the midst of immense uncertainty. For those on the outside looking in, entrepreneurs may appear to be the ultimate multi-taskers. However, as I’ve found with this cohort, the most successful are those who maintain a relentless focus on the single most important task at hand