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Strengthening Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Building Bridges with Diversity — Edmund Hillary Fellowship's Yoseph Ayele: Edmund Hillary Fellowship co-founder and CEO Yoseph Ayele joins us to discuss how his immigrant reform, establishing New Zealand as a base of operations for skilled and willing ex-pats like him to change the world.

Strengthening Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Building Bridges with Diversity — Edmund Hillary Fellowship's Yoseph Ayele: Edmund Hillary Fellowship co-founder and CEO Yoseph Ayele joins us to discuss how his immigrant reform, establishing New Zealand as a base of operations for skilled and willing ex-pats like him to change the world.

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Strengthening Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Building Bridges with Diversity — Edmund Hillary Fellowship's Yoseph Ayele: Edmund Hillary Fellowship co-founder and CEO Yoseph Ayele joins us to discuss how his immigrant reform, establishing New Zealand as a base of operations for skilled and willing ex-pats like him to change the world.

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Feb 12, 2021
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Yoseph Ayele is an entrepreneur who, for almost seven years, has been building the Edmund Hillary Fellowship and the Global Impact Visa -- an immigration program and a fellowship community combined together to catalyze positive change from Aotearoa (New Zealand).Yoseph joins us to discuss how his own lousy experience as an aspiring legal immigrant to the United States galvanized a movement for systematic reform and established New Zealand as a base of operations for skilled ex-pats like him to change the world.SELECTED LINKS AND RESOURCESGlobal Impact Visa (GIVs) | Immigration New ZealandEdmund Hillary FellowshipYoseph Ayele | TwitterYoseph Ayele | LinkedInYoseph Ayele | MediumYoseph Ayele: The Way We Think About Immigration is Flawed | TEDxAuckland1983–1985 Famine in Ethiopia | WikipediaWelcome, Entrepreneurs | Harvard GazetteInflection8 Things to Consider When Collecting Stamps | ChubbA Mister Rogers Postage Stamp, and a Legacy That’s Anything But Make-Believe | The New York TimesAnts Build Complex Structures With a Few Simple Rules | Quanta MagazineLeading Change From The Edge Of The Map | Yoseph Ayele, Edmund Hillary FellowshipEnspiralSteve Jobs: "Death is Very Likely the Best Single Invention of Life. It is Life's Change Agent." | Cult of MacThe Genesis of Kiwi Ingenuity: 'Number Eight Wire' | Motovated Design & AnalysisNew Zealand Conservation TrustXeroTrade MeRocket LabWhat Joe Biden Can Learn from Jacinda Ardern | The NationNew Zealand Building Bridges to Silicon Valley | Alina Siegfried, Edmund Hillary FellowshipWhy Do So Many Oregonians Hate Californians? Here's Why | That Oregon LifeNew Zealand Goes to SXSW | Edmund Hillary FellowshipWelcome to New Frontiers March 2019! | Yoseph Ayele, Edmund Hillary FellowshipY CombinatorEmergence CapitalKauffman FellowsHillary InstituteThe Next Phase for Kiwi Connect: Edmund Hillary Fellowship | Yoseph Ayele, Edmund Hillary FellowshipDiscover Māori Culture in New Zealand | 100% Pure New ZealandTips for Engaging in the Māori World | Edmund Hillary FellowshipNew Zealand Stars Tackle ‘Tiny Racists’ Helping to Normalise Prejudice | The GuardianNorth Korea Remains Self-Isolated and Defiant Amidst the Coronavirus | The Heritage FoundationLessons from New Zealand's COVID-19 Outbreak Response | The Lancet Public HealthScience Helps New Zealand Avoid COVID-19 Lockdown Again | AxiosMāori Hāngī | 100% Pure New ZealandSHOW NOTESWho is Yoseph Ayele, and how did his frustrations as an aspiring legal immigrant to the United States pave the way for New Zealand's Global Impact Visa? [00:00]Where did Yoseph's journey as an entrepreneur begin, how did his dreams of living in the United States falter (in spite of being a Harvard graduate with a Silicon Valley job), and what made him set his sights on New Zealand as the home where he now hangs his hat? [02:25]How did young Yoseph's parents foster an environment for exploration and learning? [10:12]What inspired Yoseph's comparison of the value of diversity to the health of a thriving ecosystem? [12:16]How does Yoseph practically apply the principles of an ecosystem to a business (even when one of those principles might be what Steve Jobs called "life's change agent": death)? [15:37]What was Yoseph's point of entry when he decided upon New Zealand as the next chapter in his journey, and what convinced him that doing things the "number eight wire" way was better than the Silicon Valley approach with which he was already familiar? [19:49]Examples of what "number eight wire" looks like applied to the real world of New Zealand entrepreneurship. [22:58]Why does Yoseph believe New Zealand fosters such a strong spirit of scrappy resourcefulness? [25:19]Yoseph explains how his team's networking efforts expanded into what he refers to as ecosystem bridges -- bringing in new talent from overseas and recapturing talent from over a million expatriated New Zealanders. [27:15]How does Yoseph propose selling the upsides of immigration and diversity to communities tha
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