Jessica is also director on the board of the Kokoda Track Foundation, where she provides expertise and support in improving the lives and futures of Papua New Guineans.
In this conversation we talk about:
- Learning the power of education from her father, who was a teacher.
- Studying abroad in Germany, and how it opened her mind to different cultures, languages, and ways of thinking.
- The importance of entrepreneurship studies for all disciplines and specialties.
- Her work to increase rates of female student enrollment in UQ's Accelerator program, and to provide them with the tools and confidence to succeed.
- The importance of stepping outside of your comfort zone and continually challenging yourself to keep growing.
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And now, let's jump right in with Dr. Jessica Gallagher.
[03:01] Life During Covid
[08:03] A Virus in an Underdeveloped World
[10:40] The Value of Education
[12:52] Language, Literature, and Vergangenheitsbewältigung
[16:26] From Humanities to Entrepreneurship
[21:28] Embedding Entrepreneurship
[24:10] Job-Creating Graduates
[28:05] Women in Entrepreneurship
[32:30] A Gender Imbalance
[35:17] The Importance of Diversity and Perspectives
[36:43] A New Job
[38:19] A Sermon on Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone
- Jessica's Links
- Remake Podcast: Visit us: RemakePod.org
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- Eran Dror: EranDror.com・LinkedIn・Twitter・Medium