Professional Information
Nicola
Gryczka
CEO
Gastromotiva
Education, Honors & Awards
IHEID Graduate Institute Geneva
Masters Degree in International Negotiation and Policy Making (2013)
Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne
Hospitality Management/ Major in Entrepreneurship (2007)
Yes
Ecole Hôteliere de Lausanne, Entrepreneur of the Year 2017
Personal Information
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro
Sports Travel
Nicola is currently the CEO of GASTROMOTIVA, a Brazilian social enterprise, founded by chef David Hertz, that works with food as a tool for transformation, offering gastronomy training towards employment, food entrepreneurship classes and nutrition education for under privileged communities and food waste solutions in four countries. She is also a co-founder of the global Social Gastronomy Movement that aims at making our Food System more inclusive. Most of her career was in the development world, continuously focusing on solutions through a multi-stakeholder approach. She started her career at the World Economic Forum, where she worked with Strategic Partnerships and later within the Latin American Centre for Regional Strategies, and has since worked for TIME Magazine and as a consultant in a variety of areas. Gryczka has become a motivational speaker and consultant at renowned organizations such as FAO, WFP and CIPE among others.
11-15 Years
social entrepreneurship, grass route activism, business, negotiation, hospitality management, policy making, technology and innovation in social organisations, leadership, team building, interpersonal skills, motivation speeches.
Nicola Gryczka has over 3 years of experience in her current field and role as CEO of a Brazilian social organisation. She works with strategical expansion and global movement designing and implementing models. She spent the last year in investment and restructuring. In the next few years she would like to take a more collaborative approach. She is looking forward to networking and connecting with other like-minded professionals, and to gaining the recognition and credibility of being a member.
Global Partnerships Organisational restructuring
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