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Catalyst For Change = Think Nusantara | Steven Wongsoredjo | TEDxYouth@SPH
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TEDxYouth@SPH was an independently organized TED event held on February 20, 2016 at @america, Pacific Place, Jakarta.

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Steven has just retained his Master Degree in Negotiation from Columbia University with 3.98 GPA last month. While pursuing his graduate degree, he is responsible as the Co-Head of Think Nusantara in New York City. Furthermore, Steven received his Bachelor of Science in economics and finance from Johns Hopkins University.

In college, he was awarded magna cum-laude honor and dean’s list. Steven was the President of United Nation Children’s Fund (UNICEF) at his college, he succeeded creating a sports tournament charity at West Coast of the US and did fundraising for Typhoon Haiyan’s Emergency Relief.

More about Think Nusantara here: http://thinknusantara.com/
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Steven has just retained his Master Degree in Negotiation from Columbia University with 3.98 GPA last month. While pursuing his graduate degree, he is responsible as the Co-Head of Think Nusantara in New York City. During his short tenure at the Think Nusantara New York City, he arranged an economy forum with Indonesia’s Former Minister of Trade and Creative Economy Mari Elka Pangestu for hundreds of Indonesian students that live on the East Coast of the US. Furthermore, Steven received his Bachelor of Science in economics and finance from Johns Hopkins University. In college, he was awarded magna cum-laude honor and dean’s list. Besides that, he was highly involved in a non-profit organization. Steven was the President of United Nation Children’s Fund (UNICEF) at his college, he succeeded creating a sports tournament charity at West Coast of the US and did fundraising for Typhoon Haiyan’s Emergency Relief.

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