Elevating Impact Stories: Kazi Huque

April 4, 2013 at 12:43 pm 1 comment

Leading up to the Elevating Impact Summit on June 21, we’ve invited event speakers and panelists to engage in a storytelling project. We believe that storytelling is an essential part of effective social innovation. How can we tell stories in a way that generates interest and creates connections? How can we listen to the stories of others with the empathy needed to achieve true understanding? We hope that by sharing stories of failure, transformation and success, you’ll learn more about our speakers and the promise and challenges of social innovation around the world. 

Kazi Huque answers the question, “What lessons has your work taught you?” with a story of designing technology services for the poor in Bangladesh:

“You come up with creative solutions when you’ve internalized other people’s perspective.”

kazi_v2 Kazi Huque is the CEO of Grameen Intel Social Business Ltd. He has more than 12 years of experience with Intel Corporation as a Finance Controller based in the US with worldwide financial and strategic investment responsibilities. Prior to Intel, he worked as a technology consultant and program manager for EDS. In 2009 he was tasked to lead the formation of the Grameen Intel company and Intel’s first investment in Bangladesh. Kazi Huque has a bachelors in applied mathematics, computer science and an MBA from the University of Rochester.

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