During her sophomore year of college, Brin started The African SOUP, an organisation addressing the needs of 300 orphans in rural Uganda through a sustainable and replicable model. With a heart for social change, she then started Non-Profit Strategic Services, a small social business focused on grant writing and Nonprofit formation. In her spare time. After graduating, Brin immediately jet set off to Costa Rica to work for the Sullivan Foundation teaching and mentoring students on social innovation and entrepreneurship. Upon her return back to America, Brin took a one-year competitive fellowship position with the Woodruff Foundation. She has been recognised as a Forbes 30 under 30 Social Entrepreneur in 2018. Currently, Brin is the Chief Strategy Officer or Watson Institute where she seeks to advance the ventures and careers of next generation, impact focused entrepreneurs. Brin also really loves coffee with friends and partaking in beautiful adventures.
What we discuss
Failure, legacy, tips to Brin's younger self, and productivity.