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MentorTalks is a new, interactive event that puts exchange program alumni in touch with extraordinary mentors on a wide variety of topics. The series runs on our Facebook page @internationalexchangealumni. You get a chance to learn a little about each mentor and their career, and then ask them questions on their topic, all in 15 minutes.
Storytelling is a powerful way to enhance understanding and be a catalyst for solutions on global issues. How can you tap into the creativity, strategy, and innovation needed for powerful storytelling? Entrepreneur, investor, theater artist, Zuckerberg Institute co-founder, mentor, and Fulbright alumnus Michael Littig discusses how you can identify, build, and share stories as part of your personal and professional life, and use those stories to create solutions on global issues.
Mentor and Co-Founder, Zuckerberg Institute
Michael Littig is an entrepreneur, investor, theater artist, and co-founder of Zuckerberg Institute. Michael has built lasting partnerships through his work in community with The Office of the Dalai Lama, National Endowment of the Arts, UNHCR (United Nations High Council for Refugees), Save the Children, The US State Department, MET Opera, Theater Mitu, and as the co-founder of the Patrick Page Acting Studio and Congregation Coaching. He is the founder of the Great Globe Foundation, an organization dedicated to creating artistic exchange with artists across cultures, most notably with youth in the Dadaab Refugee Camp on the border of Somalia. Education: The University of Cincinnati (CCM), where he received the distinguished alumnus award for career excellence, and a Fulbright Scholar (Mongolia).