Welcome to the Generosity Path Podcast – a space for global conversations with people from different walks of life, about the impact generosity has had on them. It’s a place of inspiration, encouragement and – hopefully – joy, as we hear about the transforming power and potential of generosity to change the world.
Recorded over Zoom calls, the podcast features interviews between Generosity Path team representatives and members of our global network. These conversations are full of stories which are set to excite and challenge our audience as they consider their own walks of generosity.
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In this episode, Lucy McDonald meets entrepreneur Anting Liu. Anting is the Founder and Board Chair at Teach for Taiwan, which places graduates from local universities as teachers in poor or neglected public schools, with a vision to boost rural education. Anting moved from Taiwan to study at Princeton and later became well-known for delivering inspiring TED talks, including one entitled 'Connecting my purpose with my past' in 2016, which really struck a chord within the Generosity Path network. Having taught in places such as Haiti and Ghana, with similar issues of systemic poverty to her home country of Taiwan, she was inspired to go back and improve under-serviced schools, affiliating her organisation with the Teach for All model. Impressively, Anting has appeared on Forbes' 30 Under 30 list. Her conversation with Lucy reaffirms the powerful 'domino effect' of generosity; how one act can spark another and another, until the whole world is ultimately caught up in the generosity movement!