Interviews with leaders who are transforming where we live and work, with sustainable social solutions.
Hosted by Suzanne F Stevens, Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), Wisdom Exchange Tv features interviews with today’s leading socially conscious leaders, entrepreneurs, and pioneers.
They impact our communities, countries, and beyond through their consistent conscious-contribution™. Watch or listen to the interviews (some transcribed).
Topics and areas of conversation will focus on how to identify a social or environmental gap; how to start a social initiative; how to consciously create a social impact; how to build a conscious culture; how to maximize your meaning, empower your company, and the community while leading tomorrow’s legacy today.
Let’s celebrate, learn from, and be inspired by those who have created sustainable social or environmental initiatives.
- Mwamvita Makamba
Vodacom International: Corporate Affairs & Trustee at Vodafone Foundation.
- Doo Aphane
A pioneer Human Rights Activist in Swaziland. Great insight into African women’s realities as second-class citizens.
- Meaza Ashenafi
Chairperson Enat Bank, Lawyer & Women Activist in Ethiopia. Meaza contributed to the inclusion of women and children’s rights provisions in the 1995 Constitution of Ethiopia. She was identified as one of the five prominent women’s rights activists worldwide.
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