Author: Lea Peersman Pujol

Lea Peersman Pujol

Léa is a “thinkepreneur” passionate by the future of education, people empowerment and the strategic management of human potential in the 21st century. She aims at developing innovative solutions to the talent gap by combining technology, business and policy. Léa has been working in the educational sector for the past 7 years both in venture philanthropy and in higher education. She also launched two NGOs that lead her to work closely with the French Minister of Education and Economy to design innovative policies for closing the achievement gap. During the summer of 2014, she traveled solo around the world to investigate the future of work and learning. Today, Léa is an MBA candidate at MIT Sloan and an MPA candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School. She is actively involved in the Leadership & Human Capital Club and the Design Club. She started the Sloan Salons - small high quality dinners to discuss important topics - and is currently preparing the first conference on the "Future of People".

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Fast Forward – Building your future at MIT

On the edge, that’s how I feel when starting the second year of my MBA at MIT Sloan.
One year behind, one year ahead, and realizing how incredible and unique this experience is. I feel the urge of making the most of every minute. I feel more confident about my skillset … Read more 

Among amazing women : My MIT Sloan experience


 
« A goal without a plan is just a wish » Antoine de St Exupéry
I had many wishes coming into my MBA at MIT Sloan. I am proud to say that, thanks to some amazing women, my wishes have now blossomed into achievable goals and a few successes.
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