with Sacha McNeil
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The Impact Series - Michael Khuwatteanasenee
Michael Khuwatteanasenee is one of those go-getting people. He seems to have been born with an innate ability to spot opportunities and spring into action at the right time. Although he admits he’s used every opportunity to refine his techniques, Sacha spoke with Michael and found that his drive and spirit to keep learning, discovering and testing things out has led to a long list of ventures, one of which could well shake-up the packaging industry for good.
The Impact Series - Louise Nash
When you team an innate entrepreneurial flair with a massive existential challenge, expect phenomenal game-changing results. Louise Nash is someone who’s landed in exactly the right place at the right time - but it is by no coincidence. Her collaborative nature, clear foresight and strong determination has led her to develop a circular transformation agency that’s hell bent on supporting businesses to radically redesign themselves for a resilient and regenerative future. Sacha caught up with Louise to learn more about what drove her to change the course of her very successful strategic communications career to one that’s focused on positive social and environmental impact, for all.
The Impact Series - Sara Stratton
Aotearoa and the world is beginning to awaken to the realisation that Maori values and beliefs, so long squashed under colonial societal structures, can offer a more collective, diverse and truly resilient, sustainable approach as we run head on into the digital age. Sacha talked with Sara to find out why she believes it's so important to have diversity in the digital world, what informs her worldview of justice and dignity for all, and her idea of how and why we can use a New Zealand historical document as a framework for our future.
The Impact Series - Guillaume Dehan
Making every dollar count for good isn’t what you’d expect from a corporate banker but Guillaume Dehan is out to prove that it’s not just possible but incredibly satisfying to do just that. Sacha spoke with Guillaume about his past life in banking and his new one as the founder of Fund a Future, helping kiwis to reclaim or regift the unseen tax rebates eligible on donations.