In today’s episode, Kristin talks to Mei Ratz about her new podcast, the state of work in the world, and what it’s like trying to exist on an everyday basis in 2022
In this episode Mei and I talk about:
- Mei’s new podcast: Make Work Human
- What it’s like trying to live and work in the world today
- The people who are currently inspiring us to show up
Mei found the title “creative” hidden in her childhood among the Wind River Mountains. She traced out her love for creating connections on worn-out topographic maps and discovered a knack for problem-solving after frequently shooting her hand into the air to ask the hard questions. Now, several years later, Mei has replaced those worn-out maps with a degree in Communication Design—racking up awards with prestigious outlets such as National Geographic. After cutting her teeth with clients such as Pitch Engine, The Impact Investment Center, and NOLS. Mei is the creator of Nervous Means Do It. Mei is often recognized for her courageous pursuit of social justice initiatives, insightful content creation, and efficient team building. More recently, Mei spends her time working alongside Moe Carrick, where she passionately tackles topics such as leadership, fit, and DEIJ. She is a coach, a mother, an artist, and a determined optimist.
websites: mratz.com & moecarrick.com