… all over the internet. Here are the links.
- Alexa Hart interviewed me about my career path for Atlas Sliced.
Click here or on the picture to listen to the whole interview. It’s long, but it will be interesting to those of you who’ve been asking me to talk more about how I’ve gotten to where I am today. Alexa asks excellent questions, and she uncovered stories I hadn’t told in a while, like how I interned with a microenterprise non-profit in 2005 and how my “dream job” in Beijing disappeared in early 2009.
- Fellow China-Chile connector Kate Yu interviewed me for her Travelers of Awesomeness Interview – Bridging China, Chile and the World.
- Author Stacie Berdan quoted me in a Huffington Post article about the importance of learning multiple languages. She wrote:
Another came from a young entrepreneur, Leslie Forman, who wrote that “being able to speak more than one language has had an immeasurable impact” on her life. Originally from California, she moved to China and now lives in Chile as she builds bridges among three cultures working in three languages. She’s not even 30 years-old, but she’s on her way to becoming a global player.
- Nnenna Ozobia, a former researcher on development in Latin America who is in rural China on a teaching fellowship, interviewed me for Americas Quarterly, in an article called China, Chile, and Youth Entrepreneurship.
- I did the voiceover for this video introducing Chile Digital 2012, a major exposition that will take place here in Santiago on 12/12/12.
- And, last but definitely not least, I may or may not have lent some awkward dance moves to this video for Piehole.tv.