10
Dec
2015
Amy Noelck in India - with Elevate X

Amy Noelck finds her place in helping others among the people of India | Episode 19

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Today on the podcast, Jen and I connected with a friend, Amy Noelck, working in India as a humanitarian with some great non profits, doing a variety of projects, really impacting lives on a personal level. We know you’ll really enjoy today’s talk…

Amy works for a non-profit called Elevate X, which describes itself in the following way:

WE LAUNCH CREATIVE IDEAS TO DO GOOD
WE LEVERAGE HUMAN CENTERED DESIGN
WE DRIVE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACT

Their mission is:

… to serve as a catalyst to solve the greatest challenges of our time around poverty, health, education and injustice. We place our bets on the most resourceful, creative and disruptive change makers in the world today: social entrepreneurs who embrace human centered design.

About our Guest in today’s program:

Amy Noelck
Subscribe to Amy’s blog and give to her work at
www.amynoelck.com

Elevate X
“EVERY HUMAN ACHIEVING THEIR POTENTIAL” – Learn more: www.elevatex.org
Follow them on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/elevate_x

Additional Credits:

Part of the audio of this episode was taken from Elevate X’s video, featuring Amy Noelck. View that video below. And within this video, it featured the song  Half the Sky, by Tiffany Coleman (@tiffanyccoleman). Purchase this song on iTunes today.

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Music in this episode was contributed by Kevin Macleod.

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