What did you do as an intern at The Ground_Up Project?
As a digital intern, I prepared new content for social media and measured our online performance. I also designed a survey report and spoke with green entrepreneurs.
What’s the best part about working with The Ground_Up Project?
Working with a company that shares the same values as I do. Plus, I’ve been able to work with new tools that I’ll use in my future career.
What inspires you?
People. People with the same values as mine; people willing to take care of our planet and leave a better one for new generations.
Why is it important for small business to contribute to Global Goals (SDGs) related to the environment?
Because small businesses are a majority! Everyone must contribute as far as their means allow them to. If we all do a little, in the end, when we sum all our efforts, it will make a big difference.
What is the most valuable lesson you have learned so far?
Together we get better results. If you express your ideas and you desire to do something good, you will find thousands of people with the same desire, and together you can create a big change.
What advice do you have for aspiring social media professionals?
Social media is a powerful tool. Think carefully before using it.
Samantha Jaramillo is a Mexican Girl Scout passionate about building a better world. She majored in communication and is currently completing her Master’s in Digital Marketing in France. One of the things she is most proud of is having brought Tapatón to Mexico, a Scout project that aims to collect the biggest amount of plastic caps and recycle them to help non-profit organizations. In the future, Samantha aspires to work in an education non-profit to tackle Global Goal 4: quality education.