Our vision is to give people the power to collectively solve the world’s toughest environmental, social and economic challenges by facilitating and praising positive impact, globally.
Our mission is to connect you with the people and projects that matter to you and facilitate positive change for both nature and society. We aim to provide you with the tools to make sustainable choices, measure your impact, and become a leader in sustainability.
It all started on the sunny campus of Stanford University where our team met with one shared goal: to fix our vague and broken methods of measuring and achieving sustainable progress. Coming from all sides of the world we clearly identified the issue with how the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals were- or were not- being implemented and monitored. Various questions lingered such as how far we were towards achieving goals and what needed to be done to get there. So, in the fashion of the Bay Area and with the Stanford mindset we decided to create an organization ourselves that would solve exactly those issues we identified. Through months of coordination and hard work we managed to create an idea that resonated with everyone we spoke to, and the further we kept pushing the more support we managed to find. Thanks to the many supporters and excited backers we are now where we are: fighting to bring tangible impact to the forefront of business practices, empowering individuals to act, and creating communities around the most important causes everywhere. We are dedicated to make impact the most important status symbol. We are dedicated to Global Impact.
Why do we do what we do? … Its simple! We want to make a real difference!
This is what we have achieved through our network of impact leaders.
328 000 kgs Green House Gas Emissions Reduced
459 000 Litres of water saved
48 000 items recycled
73 500 meals provided to feed more than 22 700 people
500 sessions of tutoring provided
626 books donated
3 500 kgs of Plastic saved
Founder & CEO
Marketing & Communications
Lecturer at Stanford University
Founder and CEO at Cookie Jar
Tatiana ensures Global Impact’s vision and strategic operations. Her background in sustainable development began at a young age. She is known as Zimbabwe’s youngest author in history; at eight years old she wrote the book The Lonely Tiger, which teaches children about global issues and how to work with the world rather than against it. After the book was published, 100% of the profits went to empowering children in Zimbabwe to access education.
Tatiana received her BA in International Relations at King’s College London. After gaining work experience with various NGOs she is now a member of the global council for World Merit; an NGO in partnership with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In 2016 she was invited to speak at the United Nations in New York, delivering a speech associated to SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.
Daniel is focused on helping Global Impact run smoothly and ensuring we successfully convey our message to the world. He is an undergraduate student at Columbia University where he is pursuing a joint major in Economics and Political Science with a special concentration in Sustainable Development.
His past experiences range from working for Planon Software in business development, being a managing editor for his university’s journal, as well as working for the United Nations focused on improving their efficient and sustainable practices. In 2019 he was also invited to attend Harvard University’s Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership as one of their ‘high-potential emerging leaders’.
Junaid is a lecturer at The Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University, commonly known as the D School. He is a brand strategy expert and collaborates with the academic faculty across Stanford to design and teach strategic frameworks to help students solve real-world challenges.
Design thinking is Silicon Valley’s methodology for solving complex and multi-factorial business problems. Junaid’s interest lies in creating solutions at the intersection of design thinking and strategic brand management
Prior to his move to Stanford, Junaid was serving as the Director Communication and Brand Development U.S.A for F.P Journe. Having worked for Rolex, Montblanc and Vacheron Constantin in Asia, USA, and Europe, he is a recognised thought leader on how to build and manage truly aspirational brands
Hans helps us to ensure the quality of our platform. He received his bachelor’s in International Business from Lund University in Sweden. Hans is the founder and CEO of the start-up Cookie Jar and has experience as a Product Manager at the German startup Mapify- one of the fastest growing platforms.
He also works as a creative consultant, photographer, journalist, and digital designer for TravelPulse and his own personal brand. He has seen sustainability issues first-hand through his many experiences as a professional alpine skier and as an avid traveller across the world.