Episode 111: Michelle Welsch on founding a non-profit in Nepal

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November 12, 2018

Our guest today is Michelle Welsch, a social worker by training, who is leading an extraordinary life – she has organized major events in New York City for clients including Seth Godin, and for the past five years has been running a non-profit which she founded in Nepal. Her organization, Khata Life, is focused on education and leadership, and you can learn more about Khata Life on their website: http://www.khatalife.org/

If you’d like to get involved, as an online guest lecturer, as a mentor to a student online, or even with a visit in person (or a donation!) – go to the Get Involved tab.

I got to know Michelle through dinners that she organizes in New York City – we talk about those dinners on the show, and you can learn more about them on her website: http://www.projectexponential.com/

If you visit her site and click on the Host tab, you can download a free ebook that Michelle wrote: How to host a dinner party that gets everyone talking.