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Dr. Tatjana Kobb presented at the Webinar Series, Zhejiang International Business School, Haining, Zheinag, China
28 November 2019
Dr. Kobb presented at the Worldly Mindsets, Module 3,
IMHL McGill School of Managment, Health Collective, Montréal, Canada
November 2, 2018
In 2 days, Health Collective Conference brought together leaders from all over the world to share impact worth sharing! #healthleaders #healthcollective #montreal #impact
With Professor Henry Mintzberg, John Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies (Strategy & Organization); Faculty Director (International Masters for Health Leadership)
Tatjana Kobb, puts Fitchburg on the global map of the U.N.’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, that is.
Dr. Kobb strives to build partnerships and empower communities. This goes beyond guiding individuals to unlock their potential. It is a commitment to stretching the boundaries of opportunities available to everyone.
“We are never limited by our struggles,” says Dr. Kobb. She brings people together around initiatives in communities. Now Fitchburg can link up with similar efforts taking place all over the world.
Dr. Kobb has brought together the City of Fitchburg, the Fitchburg Art Museum, and Fitchburg Public Library to celebrate International Youth Day, which the United Nations General Assembly established in 1999.
The day serves an annual celebration of the role of young women and men as essential partners in change and as an opportunity to raise awareness of challenges and problems facing the world’s youth.
Quality of life and health depends on what food products we consume.
Ancient heritage and knowledge about healthy habits of consuming fermented food is making its way back in recent years.
Dr. Tatjana Kobb, an enthusiast and philanthropist, a health leadership and public health ambassador for sustainable development talked at Newton’s farmers market about the benefits of ferment food and drinks and contributed to the Goals in Action.
Global Dimensions with Local Actions – Promoting by educating the public toward the Sustainable Development Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
Toward SDG 3:Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/health/
Participating at the 4th Edition of The Arab Women in Leadership and Business Summit bringing together an unparalleled
speakers panel along with participative delegates from across the region to deliberate on the strategies that need to be developed to further advance women’s participation in the public and private sector along with power packed discussions, networking sessions, interactive panels and business lunches.
Entrepreuershipism- At a time of great reshaping, optimism and hope in the Arab World, entrepreneurs, especially the youth, have found new avenues in leading innovation. Large-scale transformations in some countries, combined with social dynamism particularly among the youth, have clearly put the employment challenge on the top of the regional agenda, with entrepreneurship being a key imperative. With nations already trying to diversify and evolve their economies, the Arab women have caught on to the need of the hour and have begun driving efforts towards innovation and entrepreneurship. The gathering will have a specific and deep focus on the rise of innovation, tech driven women entrepreneurial ventures and the challenges and lessons learned from Arab women entrepreneurial achievers. * the 4th Edition of The Arab Women in Leadership and Business Summit
Feminization- Only in a workplace where Men and Women meld their unique styles of leadership, can a strong leadership team be formed which is fierce enough to compete in today’s marketplace, as by combining the leadership styles, the organization can maximize the opportunities and minimize the threats. The rise of women into positions of power has created “feminization” of leadership which is reflected in the increasing importance of emotional intelligence, people skills and flexibility. The demand of today’s generation is aligned to the skill-set of female leadership styles. The gathering would encourage women to be visionaries, be visible, be vocal and add value, to move beyond their comfort zones and reinvent themselves.
STEMinism- STEM workforce is crucial to UAE’s innovative capacity and global competitiveness.Hence, it is very imperative for UAE organizations to support women and maintain a robust network of female professionals. There are numerous opportunities for women in STEM, hence the gathering will bring together eminent women to inspire aspiring women and capitalize on the wealth of experience gained through the setbacks and achievements throughout their career. These industry icons will enlighten progressive path of career in STEM as they have already proved their mettle and our future generation look upto them. The exclusive gathering will help advance current gender-focused initiatives including encouraging training and hiring for employee diversity, and continue to give back to the community through STEMinism.
We have the pleasure to announce you the new role of Dr. Kobb as a final paper advisor to students in the International Masters for Health Leadership (IMHL) at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management.
Joined in January 2018, because Dr. Kobb can speak the truth to power, see the unseen potentials and capacities by others and in others, her striving to build partnerships and empower communities goes beyond the guiding of individuals toward reaching their unlocked potentials and is committed to stretching the boundaries in understanding how the justice is available for all and we are never limited by our struggles.
Organized by Vineyard Power and Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center, the summit focused on how the island can move to 100% renewable energy like solar and wind. Dr. Kobb discussed the health impacts of climate change as well as PSR’s work on climate.
Dr. Kobb spent 3 months in the spring of 2016 at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), a graduate-level research university located on the shores of the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia. Advising the Social Responsibility department on developing and implementing social responsibility partnerships strategy to improve the quality of life for communities in Saudi Arabia. Just in thie to be aligning and integrating the themes of the Saudi Vision 2030 and the UN Sustainable Development Agenda 2030 and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Partnership development and stakeholders engagement strategic planning.
Participated on April 29-30, in the first STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) 48 hour Ideation Challenge that took place at KAUST. For the first time, 5 Saudi universities and 150 students came together to try to come up with the best solution for a global issues. More info: https://innovation.kaust.edu.sa/steam-to-save-the-day/
STEAM is a collaboration between KAUST Entrepreneurship Center, Spring Enrichment Program (SEP) and student group eBIG. The whole operation is in partnership with Islamic Development Bank, which awarded the winning team $10,000 USD. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zTbeUjVCIY
With Country Faces/Music/Date Palms we were part of ArtWeek Boston in the spring of 2017 and presented at the International Women's Club of Boston (IWCB).
More info about ArtWeek Boston:
We building foundations for understanding the diversity of our society. Through inclusiveness presenting an opportunity to know and respect the reach heritage of civilizations.
Learning about the variety of Date Palm fruits, its nutritional values and support to civilizations throughout the history globally. Participate and receive an invite to taste the delicious variety of dates.
Walke in the park and see the Faces of Qatar photography project that makes everyone re-evaluate their perception of the other people living here and to encourage the different nationalities to meet, get to know one another and understand the many similarities they share.
Bring your drawing and painting kits to work on painting the trees in the Arnold Arboretum and the palms at the Red Sea coast through the interactive art class with a female artist from Saudi Arabia. Listen while painting to the music created by Russian and Tajik musicians that creates happiness and helps to representatives of different cultures and generations to find common language.
Tamar – meaning “date” (the fruit), “date palm” or just “palm tree” and is same in Hebrew and Arabic.
Healthcare Policy and Politics in the Gulf States - Dr. Tatjana Kobb participated in the Working Group I meeting when she lived in Doha, Qatar.
Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS) convened the first working group under the research initiative Healthcare Policy and Politics in the Gulf States on April 27-28, 2014. Healthcare practitioners, strategists and social scientists from various disciplinary backgrounds gathered over two days to discuss the rapidly changing health profile of the region, the existing conditions of health systems, and the challenges posed to healthcare management across the six countries of the GCC.