Global Shapers Series on the State of the World and how to create impact in dynamic & diverse groups, across continents.
This is Episode is part of Green Planet Blue Planet Portrait of the Global Shaper
Global Shapers Series
Jenny Tchinnosian, Buenos Aires - Argentina
Jenny Tchinnosian, Curator of the Global Shapers Hub, Buenos Aires
Jenny Tchinnosian Social Impact Maker from Buenos Aires in Argentina. She grew up in the United States of America and has come back to her roots as a company founder of SoulFire:
Creative agency that gives a voice to amazing causes and awesome businesses through cutting-edge web design, creative branding, and unique communication strategies. Spark your inner flame, bring your idea to light.
Spark your inner Flame.
What does it mean to be a young leader under 30 ?
And how do we want to shape, create and together facilitate for an abundant and thriving planet earth ?
We touch on topics like having Transformational experiences in group settings and through music, art. How expectations shape our experience. This episode is a bilingual Episode towards in which I ask Jenny a question or two in her native language Spanish.
A native of Buenos Aires, Jenny Tchinnosian is the Founder & Director of SoulFire: a branding agency dedicated to giving a voice to social causes. SoulFire finds creative ways to reach audiences via web design, magazines, branding, video, social media marketing, and more. Jenny is the first female Curator of the World Economic Forum's Global Shapers chapter in Buenos Aires.
Jenny studied journalism at George Washington University and design at Parsons in New York, developing her career in the Associated Press (Rome), National Geographic (Washington DC), La Nación (Buenos Aires), Beaux Arts Magazine (Paris) and Intacto (Buenos Aires), where she led projects for Canon, JWT, IBM, Cisco, and Jack Morton, among others.
Jenny enjoys building community in every city where she lives, creating new links and learning about the cultures that surround it. She speaks English, Spanish, Italian and French.