Every day we can see more and more communities and non-profit organizations are coming out around Beijing, but have you ever thought why people devote this time to make social impact instead making money? To answer this question Startup Grind University is proud to host Maggie Zhang - co-founder and CEO of "She Talks 她说".
After job became meaningless, Maggie found herself in community and were leading it for several years. Over time she understood that community doesn't give that social impact and started to build company out of her social values.
Join us to learn:
Difference between running community and company: responsibilities, business model and rethinking of values
How to multiply social impact of community while making revenue out of it?
Why community is not enough for tangible social impact?
Maggie Zhang is fervently passion about female empowerment and has tirelessly worked over the past six years to build an elite women’s network by holding over one hundred offline speaker events with distinguished leaders within the female community from China and abroad.
Maggie Zhang is a social entrepreneur, creative thinker, and a proud feminist. She is fervently passioned about building women empowerment communities and has tirelessly worked over the past six years to build an elite women’s network by holding over one hundred offline speaker events with distinguished leaders within the female community from China and abroad.
In addition, she actively advocates the importance of having male counterparts involved in the community to support women at the workplace as well as in the family for sustainable happiness for both genders.
In Oct 2018, Maggie Zhang co-founded SheTalks, which is on the profound level of women-empowerment cultural brand committed to cultivating a global culture of female empowerment initiatives through online-to-offline community engagement and education by creating a mentorship network powered by elite women leaders and an empowerment curriculum in order to expand the potential of female leadership and broaden the impact of SheTalks.