Starting the new decade by finalizing our #FutureofWorkHK video series with UCommune, we interviewed Carol Yeung, Founder of iNNOVGoals as she elaborates about her Start-up in Education and Corporate Social Responsibility consultancy services for businesses, schools and communities about the Sustainable Development Goals. The goal for her business is to find, educate and take collective actions to make our world more sustainable, for the better of our future.
Carol believes the best way in educating people about sustainability starts with the people. By learning and getting insights about each individual’s knowledge on the specific topics, she can customize her programs tailored to every individual and business.
Carol thrives on flexible workspaces. As a new mother Carol’s ideal workspace caters to both her business and her family. Ucommune’s flexible coworking and event space offers exactly that by helping her juggle between the two. Ucommune is fully committed in helping Carol on her sustainability journey, support her company iNNOVGoals as she makes impactful strides toward making our world a better, more sustainable world, one person at a time.
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Carol’s motto, “Live Life Vividly,” symbolizes her energy and her intention to live with passion. She believes every individual has the ability to make a positive impact in our society. The 2030 SDGs Game is a transformational experience that led her to become a social entrepreneur and create her company iNNOVGoals – a company with a social mission to innovate sustainable activities for the Global Goals.
A Chinese-Canadian currently based in Hong Kong, Carol is an active member of the Junior Chamber International (JCI), an international non-profit youth leadership organization, and served as 2015 JCI UN Affairs Commission Committee and attended the summit at UN Headquarters in New York. She was also Executive Manager of sustainable education programs and events at UNESCO Hong Kong Association. In recent years, Carol has have helped local organizations to develop SDGs training for primary and middle school students. As a certified game facilitator, she aims to engage people of all ages and backgrounds. Simulation gameplay arouses awareness to create collective action together for a better world. As a public relations specialist with over 10 years of experience, she also focuses on developing the brand and promoting the 2030 SDGs Game worldwide.