Today, you and I will listen to Haleh Moravej, a leading thinker and disruptor in the food education scene. Her "fearless-doing" approach has gotten her an honorary fellowship with the British Science Association.
She is the founder of MetMunch, a hospitality project in university, inviting and forcing multiple faculties and students to collaborate and research the future of work, food and sustainability.
About our conversation:
To start off, Haleh gives us an insight in how she started in the higher education sector and how she became an accidental academic. (1:56 minutes)
In the second block we are talking about how to break up fixed identities and organisational processes. Haleh proposes blurring lines and accessing high quality leadership. (3:51 minutes)
In block three Haleh talks about sustainable food as a universal language and how it has brought her to becoming the founder of MetMunch. (13:21 minutes)
We close our exchange with a very personal approach to s.m.a.r.t. Education. A very interesting and challenging take on contemporary learning. (21:48 minutes)
Haleh Moravej‘s contribution to our bookclub : (29:00 minutes)
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