Tim Scheu

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Name: Tim Scheu
Organization: Ashoka
Website: http://www.ashoka.org
Title: Director of Engagement Management, Ashoka Changemakers
Bio:
I'm the Director of Engagement Management for Ashoka Changemakers. Over the past three years, I have had a particular focus on youth changemaking and elementary education - leading the day-to-day delivery of Ashoka's Re-imagine Learning, Start Empathy and Children's Wellbeing engagements. I work with Changemakers Program at Ashoka's headquarters. Prior to arriving in Arlington, I served as Innovation Manager for International Bridges to Justice, where I conceptualized and managed collaborative competitions specific to the human rights sector. From 2001 to 2005, I served as Communications Manager for GlobalGiving, where I helped launch, publicize, and populate an online marketplace for international philanthropy. I have also worked as a Farber Intern for the Roberts Enterprise Development Fund (REDF), a leader for Overland’s rocky mountain service and backpacking summer program, and a consultant for AES Sonel investigating rural electrification opportunities in Cameroon. I have BAs in English Literature and Political Science from Bucknell University and an MBA from Duke University, where I was a Center for Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) Social Sector Scholar.

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Sep 22, 2011 / 0 Comments / in Journalism

At the heart of journalism is a story. Every social entrepreneur has one to tell. This venture connects social sector leaders with volunteer journalists from print, photo and film backgrounds to create a dynamic network of storytellers and a media engagement model for social change. Builds on 3-year pilot with Ashoka Fellow Karen Tse that placed 30+ volunteers with hosts in 15 countries. See http://tinyurl.com/33vqozo.