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WEB-nesday Featuring Design for Change Champions from Taiwan, Jordan and Spain


Join Hsin Wei (Kate) Hsu (DFC Taiwan), Shirine Al Khudari and Jaafar Wahbeh (DFC Jordan) and Miguel Luengo (DFC Spain) as they share their experiences of running the Design for Change movement in their own countries.

Where and when is the webinar?

HundrED WEB-nesdays are via Facebook Live and we invite everyone to actively participate in the conversation! You can access the Webinar by joining the HundrED Facebook page.

Join the conversation on Wednesday, August 15, 2018, at 07:30 (UTC).

What is Design for Change?

Design For Change (DFC) is a global movement that cultivates the ‘I Can’ mindset in every child. DFC was born out of the conviction that children are not helpless, the optimism that change is possible and the belief that they can drive it. It equips children with the tools to be aware of the world around them, believe that they play a role in shaping that world, and take action toward a more desirable, sustainable future.  Children get an opportunity to be recognized not only for their academic achievements but also for being socially aware and proactive change agents in their community. 

Today, Design for Change is in over 60 countries and we are happy to have Hsin Wei (Kate) Hsu (DFC Taiwan), Shirine Al Khudari and Jaafar Wahbeh (DFC Jordan) and Miguel Luengo (DFC Spain) share their experiences of running this movement in their own countries.


Who will be hosting the webinar?

Hsin Wei (Kate) Hsu – Taiwan 

Hsin Wei (Kate) Hsu is the founder and 1st Director General of Taiwan Youth Creative Action Association. 

TYCAA is the non-profit organization that runs Design for Change, Taiwan.  

As a former English Substitute Teacher in High School of Taiwan Normal University, Kate discovered the FEEL, IMAGINE, DO and SHARE  process and was then "infected" by the I CAN bug.  Kate then dedicated to promote simplified design thinking methods in Taiwanese education system.  She is elected the “Ace” of 30 under 30 by The News Lens in 2015, and she is also the awardee of Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the Year in 2014.  She is also the author of two books - “My Riverside Experience” and “Design For Change.”  Kate wishes to stay an optimistic, energetic and enthusiastic learner, and she lives with her loving family in Taipei.


Shirine Al Khudari & Jaafar Wahbeh – Jordan

Shirine is an educator with more than 31 years of practical teaching, teacher training and leadership skills. She has led local and international schools and in the capacity of a school leader, she has been a passionate advocate of children’s leadership skills and children’s rights for a long time. For this reason, she immediately fell in love with Design for Change and become a passionate advocate of the initiative in Jordan; her beloved hometown.

She is currently the official global partner at Design for Change Jordan and a member of the NGO’s executive committee.

Her dream is to help support generations of responsible youth who will change their world for the better aiming at peace and kind coexistence always.

Jaafar Wahbeh was born in 2008. He is the founder of the National Day - Jordan initiative which serves the community, as part of his contribution to DFC Jordan. Jaafar is part of the biggest initiative for young entrepreneurs in Jordan and the Arab world.  ( YESJo ). He won the young entrepreneurs’ 2017 award for Jordan. Jaafar was also honored by HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum for winning the Arabic Reading Challenge at Jordan level for his age group. He loves everything about space and researches and reads about it avidly in the hopes of becoming a space scientist one day. 

Jaafar loves community service and hopes that through small acts of daily kindness and social responsibility, our world will change for the better. 


Miguel Luengo – Spain

Miguel is a Dream Awakener since 2010, he realized his profession after being an IT consultant for 9 years and Business consultant for 4 years. In 2010 he was infected by the I CAN bug by watching TED talk from Kiran Bir Sethi, and since 2011, he is a part of DFC Spain trying to bring a little bit of innovation and social entrepreneurship in the Spanish educational system.

Although being the President as DFC Spain is his main occupation, he also accompanies people and groups to achieve their dreams (goals) by combining different disciplines like coaching, appreciative inquiry, the art of hosting and design thinking.


You can learn more about our webinars by contacting our Global Community Manager, Pukhraj Ranjan, pukhraj@hundred.org