“My favorite part about PRIME MOVERS is that everyone has a chance to take part, even though you don’t have previous experience. You learn about social businesses, branding strategies, working in a team but also about yourself”
What do you think is a crucial societal challenge?
I think in our society we have two main problems. 1. People are not educated on important societal issues 2. People don’t feel responsible for those societal issues and don’t believe that they can change something.
What do you think could be a good solution?
Classes about current global issues in every classroom and presenting solutions.
“ONE DAY, I’d like to live in a world where each and everyone realizes that they are responsible for the earth.”
What was your favorite workshop in the program so far?
Principles of Graphic Design and Introduction to Adobe Illustrator
“My favorite thing about PRIME MOVERS are the people and the amazing energy. We learn a lot from each other and also through the workshops we get. It was amazing to see during our onboarding weekend that we had couple of workshops, and we already came up with a strategy for the whole semester for each venture! That was a very powerful experience, and we’re learning by doing right after we get the “theory” from the workshops.”
Where do you see a societal challenge that we need to address?
What concerns me personally the most since I relate to fashion the most, are the working conditions of factory workers in the fashion industry and textile waste.
What do you think could be the solution?
I would like to raise awareness about the issue of the working conditions of the factory workers in the fashion industry and also come up with new possibilities on how to make a circular solution for the use of clothes which we already have.
“ONE DAY I’d like to live in a world where the Sustainable Development Goals are achieved and people feel loved.”
What is your favorite workshop in the program so far?
My favorite workshop so far in the PRIME MOVERS program was the Pitching workshop. This is not because I didn’t know how to pitch, but because the structure of the workshop implied the statement: “Less talking, more doing”.