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The Ambassador of JOY interviews one of the most articulate, dynamic, and engaging women in business today. Miri Rodriguez is the chief Storyteller for Microsoft. Yes, THAT Microsoft. One of the most international companies in the world with over 120,000 employees Miri encourages and enables people, especially engineers, to share their Stories of how they are working on a particular idea that may seem so SMALL and yet as PART of the Microsoft suite of products can be of BENEFIT to so many. YOU will learn how Miri teaches people to be Empathetic, allow Vulnerability, and be Authentic. As she so delightfully exclaims: its Like PERFUME…wafting through and touching the senses. YOU will hear how the next generations ARE different, that BRAND Matters and DOING SOCIAL GOOD is imperative. Miri helps NFTE: Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship, a national coalition to help High Schoolers recognize the pathway from Idea to Viable Business. YOU want to hear and share this Insightful Episode.

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Miri Rodriguez

Special Guest Miri Rodriguez

Miri Rodriguez is a globally recognized Storyteller and Head of Global Internship Program at Microsoft. She is a creative journalist and content advocate, evangelizing brand narrative and showcasing how Microsoft employees and partners can leverage Microsoft Storytelling techniques for their own success. Miri has earned several awards in digital marketing and customer experience and is ranked as a top in-demand speaker at leading industry conferences around the world. Miri brings 15+ years of expertise, valuable industry insights and a lighthearted approach. Her social advocacy and philanthropic work includes volunteering to train social enterprise leaders in Swaziland and Morocco through #MySkills4Afrika, coaching students at Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, content contributor at Trade+Impact and PR News, and mentoring men and women. Her biggest accomplishment to date is being a mother of 2 boys and an American Bulldog. She can also run in heels. Ice cream is her superfood.



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