In the almost 13 years of Sistema.bio, we have learned a couple of things: 1) The future of farming is female. Most of our promoters and technicians on the field are female, 2) Farmers and our workforce deserve high-quality technology and world-class services, 3) You need to connect to people’s hearts, education, and culture. That connection brought by women’s empowerment
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We are elated to introduce Dr. Joyce Cacho, a newly appointed independent board member, and incoming board chair of Sistema.bio. Joyce is an experienced, non-executive/independent board director and change catalyst. She currently serves as an Independent Board Director of Sunrise Banks, N.A., a regulated bank with Fintech partnerships and a member of the Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV).
Mutuma Muriuki Agroecology Development | Marketing officer The World Day of Social Justice, marked annually on February 20th, pledges to promote a balanced distribution of income and resources through equality and equity for all. With this topic in mind, I asked myself, how does clean energy affect social justice through formal employment, the 2022 theme? The answer is, through decentralized
Swati Dhaigude Customer Care Executive Many days are celebrated throughout the year. One such day is World Social Justice Day, celebrated every February 20th to create awareness about social justice, and align all on the path of unity to overcome discrimination at various levels. This day, which is directly related to humanity, was started by the United Nations. Sistema.bio works
Miguel Granados LATAM Director “To create value from waste.” When you understand and live this phrase, it has a profound impact on your life. I have over 15 years working in social impact projects, generating energy savings that benefit families that rely on fossil fuels to be more productive and achieve an affordable lifestyle in their homes and businesses.
Stephanie Zayed BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE I am from Bogotá, Colombia, a city with 10 million inhabitants, and I grew up in a very ‘urban’ family, so to speak. Our vacations usually involved big cities, museums, subways, and downtowns. We took one camping trip, and to this day we still talk about how out of our comfort zone we were.
Alex Eaton CEO The United States has been joined by over 30 other nations to call for a 30% reduction in global methane emissions by 2030. Methane emission reductions is a smart goal, as reducing methane concentrations can have an oversized impact on the rate of global warming. It is also smart because effective actions to reduce human methane
Cécile Pompeï Chief of Staff When recruiting, I like asking candidates what are the 3 things they need to have in order to perform best in the role. It gives me insight into their level of self-awareness and it helps me assess, to a certain extent, team & company fit. In summary, I must say I was at first
Esther Altorfer Managing Director – East Africa As surprising as it may sound, we had never done any management retreats at Sistema.bio in Kenya. I run monthly strategy meetings with the senior leadership, hold annual end year parties, but nothing in between. This year, I decided to change that. I ran a January management retreat, and a June mid-year
Atul Mittal Business development director Impact partnerships are a specific type of multi-sector partnership designed to create clear and expressive impact towards a social and environmental goal. Over the years we have learnt that these partnerships work better when we set clear results and have transparent roles & responsibilities, and we build monitoring & learning mechanisms together. As a