Linda Cruse is a remarkable frontline humanitarian, leadership expert, author and inspirational speaker.
After a period of extreme stress, Linda suffered temporary blindness. The experience prompted her to reassess her life, sell up, and fulfil her dream of becoming an international humanitarian.
To this day, she only owns the content of one suitcase.
Her work has taken her to some of the most extreme places on earth. She is committed to supporting communities following disasters such as tsunamis, earthquakes, floods, and typhoons. She also works with survivors in refugee camps and war zones.
Her work has won global leaders' admiration, including Sir Richard Branson, HRH The Prince of Wales and HH The Dalai Lama.
Her ethos is defined by creating innovative high impact programmes, including RACE4GOOD and COURAGEOUS LEADERSHIP.
In this absorbing interview with Jonathan Gabay of Thought and Leaders, Linda discusses her life and how talented students and business leaders can work together to solve some of our planet’s most critical humanities issues.
Her story is guaranteed to make you consider your own greater meaning and purpose.
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(43 minutes listening time).