Hub Culture: Davos 2010 Interview with Sloane Berrent

While at the World Economic Forum in Davos, I walked by the Hub, a central meeting place for the Wall St. Journal writers and also where the Hub was interviewing Young Global Leaders, CEOs and social entrepreneurs about Davos and their experiences. They were gracious enough to ask to interview me and readers of The Causemopolitan might remember that I’m only now growing into liking myself on video. I’m being honest! It’s the third medium that I’m adjusting to (after writing and photos). Submitting the MySpace Journal video was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done, it was really putting myself out there and without the help and support of friends here in New Orleans I don’t know that I would have had the courage to do it.

That said, big thank you to Edie Lush and Hub Culture for the interview above and for all you New Orleans readers out there, check out the interview starting around minute 3 where I really get into WHY I love New Orleans and what is of the most value in being here and being part of the community.

From The Hub’s Introduction:

Sloane V. Berrent, Founder of the Causemopolitan, is the winner of a contest through My Space and the Wall Street Journal to be a citizen journalist in Davos. She spent her time in Davos interviewing and blogging to her audience at Causemopolitan. Sloane also talks about her social entrepreneuship web show in New Orleans. Hub Culture journalist interviewed her at the Hub Pavilion in Davos.

For those who might have missed it, here is my MySpace Journal award-winning contest entry video:

[myspace]http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid;=102125621[/myspace]

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