Naomi Ryland is co-founder and managing director of tbd *, a portal for social and sustainable careers. After her Masters in Intercultural Conflict Management, Naomi, like her two co-founders, was looking for a job with meaning. She started at Oxfam, where she was responsible for fundraising. In 2014 she took the plunge into self-employment. Together with Nicole Winchell and Nadia Boegli, she founded tbd * (then: The Changer) in 2014 as a career portal not only for purely social companies, but also for organizations and companies that drive social change. tbd * is based in Berlin Kreuzberg and now has several employees. Born in Britain, she takes care of business development at tbd *.
A meaningful task and the compatibility with private life are particularly important for people between 16-40. In addition to a strategy for flexibility, employers should also have a sustainability strategy. Meaning before balance - and money Young people in Germany want a job with meaning and pay attention to the social commitment of their future employer. This revealed Read more
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