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24
Jun

IE Global Villlage 2013

Written on June 24, 2013 by Campus Life in Geographic, Other Activities, Professional

9091329359_eb9dcd8f69On June 13th 2013, IE Business School and IE´s Net Impact Chapter along with 25 different Country Clubs had the pleasure to celebrate the diversity of the school with the 8th edition of Global Village.

Global Village is a fair organized by IE students in cooperation with the school´s administrative team whose aim is to showcase the diversity that thrive on campus everyday by having food, performances and arts and crafts in the same place for all the attendees to enjoy.

9093543712_af31a8d188This year´s event had 550 visitors that included students, IE collaborators and the respective partners and children of both of these groups. The event opening was done by Mr. Martin Boehm, the Dean of Programs of IE Business School, and during the length of the event the attendees were able to see performances from the different Country Clubs that included presentations by Colombia, Azerbaijan, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Lebanon, Japan and India.

We want to thank all sponsoring Embassies, organizations and companies that supported the efforts of the students to showcase their national pride. A special mention should be made to Korea Club, that with the sponsorship of LG Electronics, donated a 47″ LED TV, a Nexus G Series Smartphone and a 8GB USB memory stick to be raffled among the attendants. 

Thank you to all attendants to the event! Click HERE to see the official photo album of the event and relive the best moments again!

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IE Net Impact Club 

10
Jun

We are extremely happy to announce that our IE Net Impact Chapter has achieved “Gold standing” among the world’s Net Impact Chapters, based on their achievements this past academic year. This means that our IE Net Impact Club is part of the 24% of Net Impact chapters to receive this top standing. That places IE in the top quartile of global Net Impact chapters.

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Tanya Shariff and Quentin Werrie, former Presidents of IE Net Impact Club

According to NetImpact.org, the 2013 Gold and Silver chapters are leading the way for Net Impact’s global network of more than 300 chapters: “these chapters go above and beyond basic requirements, offering their local members a wide variety of unique opportunities to make an impact on campus, in the workplace, and in their local communities”.

On behalf of the Campus Life office and IE we would like to congratulate and thank our IE Net Impact Club coordinators and members for their amazing job and effort throughout the whole year!!!

6
May

Be a part of IE Global Village!

Written on May 6, 2013 by Campus Life in Geographic, Professional

global villageBecome a volunteer for the 8th edition of Global Village and be a part of IE’s iconic festival that celebrates our cultural diversity. Hosted by IE Net Impact Club in collaboration with IE geographic clubs and student groups, Global Village will feature 30 countries showcasing the best of their culture, food, traditions, arts and crafts. This year’s celebration will be on June 13 and it will bring exciting performances from around the world presented by and for IE students.

We invite you all to volunteer and make this event one of the most memorable afternoons of your IE experience.

For more info, please contact:

Carolina, President Global Village, or Arturo, VP Global Village.

4
Mar

Interview with a club: IE Net Impact Club

Written on March 4, 2013 by Campus Life in Professional

Who are we?

IE Net Impact Club is a member of the broader, international Net Impact organization that seeks to empower students and professionals to drive positive change in the workplace and the world. At IE, we endeavor to increase awareness, inspire, and equip the IE community to bring environmental and social impact through business.

Current coordinators

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Net Impact Club members and supporters in Barcelona while we were attending Doing Good Doing Well conference at IESE

President of Net Impact Chapter: Tanya Shariff

VPs of Net Impact Chapter : Barbara Schmaelh and Brian Cabezas

VP Marketing: Chetan Bhardwaj

VP Speaker Series:  Antonis Schwarz

VP Fundraising : Aimee D.

President EcologIE : Keryn Bayliss

President SRF: Javier Avilés

VPs SRF: Kathryn Wellemeyer and Jason Habel

President Global Village: Carolina Schildknecht

VP Global Village:  Arturo Ramirez

President Impact Wknd:Agnes Blanco Querido

VP Impact Wknd: Aditya Sinha

Club activities

This year we have some exciting events lined up:

On Wednesday, March 6th we have an event called “Making More Health” regarding a collaborative effort between Boehringer Ingelheim, one of the world’s 20 leading pharmaceutical companies, and Ashoka, a global association of social entrepreneurs, to try to improve health in communities around the world. (Please register on ie.edu/alumniagenda.)

In April, we will be hosting Impact Weekend in collaboration with the Entrepreneurship Club. Impact Weekend is a social entrepreneurship competition to help budding projects develop a business plan for a social enterprise idea. This year we hope to attract entrepreneurs from other schools in Spain as well.

Net Impact will also host the annual IE favorite – Global Village.  This event celebrates the cultural diversity of IE’s student base. Each club presents some ethnic cuisine and there’s always music and performances to enjoy. It’s a lively event and is always looked forward to with great anticipation.

In November we’ll be hosting our 8th Annual Social Responsibility Forum that brings together students and professionals to discuss sustainability within the context of a variety of topics. Topics cover diverse areas such as energy, finance and entrepreneurship. We are looking for speakers to join us so if you know someone that might be a good fit, please e-mail us.

Our vision

Beyond the activities we previously discussed, we are always on the look out to plan additional panel discussions or to collaborate with other clubs to highlight sustainability issues. We envision more co-sponsored events in the future.  Last weekend, about 13-15 club members travelled to Barcelona to attend IESE’s Doing Good Doing Well conference. In regards to the event, Barbara Christina Schmaehl, a Net Impact VP, said “I particularly liked the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with other Net Impacters from around Europe.” Over the past week several of our members travelled to San Francisco, Boston, London and Dubai to participate in the prestigious Hult Global Case Challenge – a start up accelerator for social good. We wish them all the best! 

Get in touch and participate!

Join us at our next event! We are always happy to welcome new members and new ideas to our club! For more information, register with the club in IE Communities and/or email us. You can also follow the club on Facebook.

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