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Jun 19, 2018

Jacinta shares her purpose journey from student politics to solving society’s biggest problems, via co-founding a social enterprise well-being initiative to overcome period poverty in New Zealand. Guest-hosted by Rebecca Stewart.

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80: Options For Women with Jacinta Gulasekharam of DignityNZ

Episode sponsor: Do Good Jobs

Show notes and links:


Victoria Entrepreneur Bootcamp

Emily Grinter ('agony mum') on #39: Deal With All The Woo Woo 

Xmas Period Pack:

Pharmac rejects funding bid for sanitary items saying they are 'not medicines or medical devices' |


Episode match from the archives: 41: Enjoy Every Sandwich

Blog - Do Good Jobs About Do Good Jobs

Home | Red Badge Group

Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand

New Zealand fairy tern/tara-iti: Sea and shore birds

Helen Clark - Wikipedia

Festival for the Future

Daniel Flynn: Thankyou New Zealand

Sofia Helin: Let’s talk about periods. Women should be proud of them, not ashamed | Opinion | The Guardian


Leveraging failure


Jacinta Gulasekharam: Twitter | | Dignity Blog

Twitter: @tweetdignity | Facebook @dignityforall | Instagram: _dignityNZ

Dignity’s Miranda Hitchings and Jacinta Gulasekharam on periods at work and equality (listen) | Idealog

Rebecca Stewart: shade guevara (@bo_recka) | Twitter

David Binstead Twitter | LinkedIn

Talks With Innovators, Creatives & Enterprisers | twice

Future co-host expressions of interest:

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Support: BizDojo Wellington, Collider Wgtn

New logo development by Emily and Carl at Plankton Agency Wellington New Zealand


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