League of Intrapreneurs’ Mentors for You /3
Intrapreneurs, you are not alone.
All around the world in back offices and boardrooms are systems shifters like you working to harness the assets of our most powerful institutions for good.
In the League of Intrapreneurs, a global community of misfits, disruptors, tempered radicals and dreamers who do, we know that being an intrapreneur comes with its fair share of challenges, ups and downs, and feelings of isolation.
This mentoring session is created with an intention to share with you knowledge and insights about making the change from within.
You will have an opportunity to meet three seasoned intrapreneurs from the League of Intrapreneurs community, and ask for their advice on how to overcome obstacles of the intrapreneurs journey.
The session will be limited to 30 participants.
After introduction, there will be three rounds of conversation in smaller groups, each time you will be accompanied by a different mentor (intrapreneur).
The League of Intrapreneurs is a learning community, with more than 300 members around the globe who share their success and failures, learn from each other, and create systemic impact across organizational silos.
Miki Stricker-TalbotLeague Global Fellow
Miki Stricker-Talbot is working to make the public good better. As a settler on Treaty 6 Lands, she is an Intrapreneur at the City of Edmonton, and an Unlearning Facilitator with the School for Social Entrepreneurs Canada. Miki is a mama (x2), and is honoured to be a LOI Global Fellow.
Shauna Alexander is Vice President of Coffee and Sustainability at Stumptown Coffee Roasters, headquartered in Portland, Oregon. She leads the coffee sourcing, roasting, quality assurance and education teams, as well as directing the company sustainability strategy. For more than two decades, Shauna has worked the research, development and implementation of sustainability strategy across global agricultural and natural resource supply chains, particularly within specialty coffee. Her experience spans competitive strategy, stakeholder engagement, precompetitive and cross-sector collaborations and organizational development. Her passion for coffee began while researching her master’s thesis on the economics of shade-grown coffee in Costa Rica. She holds degrees from the University of Virginia and Yale University.