At Learning for Tomorrow, I am primarily concerned with the strategy, coordination and daily practice of the Sustainability Skills program. Together with our members and partners, I think about the issue of 'training for transitions' and design and coordinate interventions that contribute to this in practice in the short and long term. I am also concerned with improving the learning culture and strengthening our collective innovation capacity at the cooperative.
Learning is a joy. I believe that it is from curiosity that human beings flourish, and from flourishing that they can do the most for the world. That is why I consider it a privilege to work for a cooperative that is committed with heart and mind to learning for sustainable development. It is satisfying to work from the rich and diverse practice of our members to cooperatively build a common future.