Since you already had the chance to get to know our senior coaches it is about time to introduce you to the rest of our team! Let’s start with our junior coaches:
They come from Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Kenya (you might have already read the article about Kendi, Stichez and James) and of course Rwanda.
The different backgrounds result in an efficient interplay. Thereby the SOS Children’s Village teachers are supported by different NGOs, companies from Kigali like the Impact Hub and employees of Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines and Edelweiss.
And here they come – our Junior Coaches:
Our Junior Coaches: Björn, Stina, Sebastiaan, Elena, Eva, Daniel, Noemi, Sylvia, Yorick and Christine
Meet Björn our solid rock who always tries to keep calm and is ambitious to find solutions in any stressful situation.
Meet Stina a passionate brand strategist for whom the Impact Week Rwanda is a great win-win-situation for all participants with the overall objective to foster entrepreneurship in Rwanda.
Meet Sebastiaan our Rwandan culture expert, who is living and working in Kigali for a while already and keen to coach at the SOS Child Village.
Meet Elena who spreads the positive energy into the group and is looking forward to bring the students' ideas to life.
Meet Eva our fun loving training expert who is looking forward to an inspiring combination of meeting new people, working together and getting creative.
Meet Daniel for whom spending time with his family is of most importance but however is motivated to leave his comfort zone by going to Rwanda to teach students.
Meet Noemi who immediately wanted to join Impact Week and is very enthusiastic about combining Design Thinking with social entrepreneurial development in Rwanda.
Meet Sylvia who loves the African spirit due to her family ties to South Africa and is particularly looking forward to the intercultural team work.
Meet Yorick who combines his fun Belgian sarcasm and his serious engineer expertise to help to understand a different point of view.
Meet Christine an open-minded, explorative and curious person who always wanted to make an impact in a country and not just visiting as a tourist.
Let the Impact Week begin!