“Where you come from often limits how big you dream…” – Zunaid Parker
Zunaid is a Principal Consultant at Pegasys, an advisory group focusing on development impact in emerging economies. Before that Zunaid worked at Eskom and Mckinsey. He tell us about his journey through his career and how important mentorship is for all of us.
We chat about grabbing opportunities no matter what the circumstances are, as well as his fundraising event happening on Saturday, 3rd March 2018, for the Kalusta Karjiker Educational Society (KKES).
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