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EP504: Karen Greve Young on Inclusion

Welcome to Season 5 of Connected Intelligence - a podcast about all the things we bring to work that aren’t actually about the work.


In a world that’s changing every day, what is most important to young entrepreneurs?


Karen Greve Young is the Chief Executive Officer of Futurpreneur Canada, a national organization dedicated to supporting young entrepreneurs aged 18 to 39.


A graduate from both Stanford and Harvard, Karen previously held finance, management and strategy roles in San Francisco, New York and London, UK, at organizations including Bain & Company, Gap Inc. and the UK’s Institute of Cancer Research. She was the Vice President, Corporate Development & Partnerships at MaRS Discovery District.


Along the way, Karen co-authored a book with her mother about their shared experience through her mother’s ovarian cancer journey; and joined the Board of Directors of Ovarian Cancer Canada.


We talk about the role of sport in developing leadership skills, practicing gratitude, and the importance of inclusion.




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