Lenovo recently announced its newest cohort of Lenovo Innovators – a group of global content creators that resemble Lenovo’s Smarter Tech for All (STFA) vision. STFA is the idea that smarter technology can help solve problems, create opportunities and enhance the way we all live, learn and work.
Being an “Innovator” goes beyond designing and using new devices. Real innovation happens when people see a problem and are passionately committed to solving it. These change-driven content creators embody that spirit and will be using Lenovo’s products and solutions in a unique way to elevate their missions, tackle some of society’s biggest challenges and bring awareness to key issues around the world.
Throughout the year, our Lenovo Innovators will be telling their stories through a series of videos and articles and sharing their personal experiences on Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok using #LenovoInnovators. Read more about last year’s inspiring cohort.
Meet the 2022-23 Cohort!
Cat Capon is an ecotourism specialist, environmental activist, naturalist, and YouTuber based in the UK. She has 15 years of experience in documentary filmmaking and environmental campaigning. Her mission is to live and travel the world more consciously and inspire people to choose wildlife destinations for their vacations. Follow Cat on Instagram (@CatherineCapon) and YouTube (Catherine Capon) to be a part of her #LenovoInnovators journey and support her mission.
Karla Huerta is an entrepreneur, model, and the Founder and CEO of Daisies. She is based in Mexico. Daisies is the first online subscription-based health program in Latin America. It focuses on giving women access to psychology, skincare, nutrition and gynecology consultations at a very affordable cost.Her mission is in addition to making healthcare more affordable and accessible for women, I am also on a mission to empower women’s leadership in the workplace and break down the “women CEO stereotype.” As a female CEO, I use my social platform to share career experiences, best practices, and actional insights to help more women land their dream job. Follow Karla on Instagram (@KarlaHuertaV) and TikTok (@KarlaHuertaV) to be part of my #LenovoInnovators journey and support her mission.
Aakash Malhotra is a Travelpreneur, Vlogger, Photographer and Speaker based in India. His mission is to travel the world and share advice on how to do it through cinematic content that captures my traveling experience. Follow Aakash on Instagram (@wanderwithsky) and YouTube (WanderWithSky) to be part of my #LenovoInnovators journey and support his mission.
Joan Marie Misner is a NASA engineer, a commercial astronaut in training and a STEM advocate based in Florida. Her mission is to humanize the STEM profession, empower others to pursue STEM-related careers, and bring STEM education to underrepresented communities. Follow Joan Marie on Instagram (@YourFemaleEngineer) and TikTok (@YourFemaleEngineer) to be part of her #LenovoInnovators journey and support her mission.
Marcelo Rocha is a climate and educational activist based in Brazil. He works in supporting and training black and favela youth on climate change. His mission is to democratize knowledge and to think about a future of opportunities for everyone. My passion is to bring people together, make connections and amplify voices in a connection of past and future, technical knowledge, and traditional knowledge. Follow Marcelo on Instagram (@NosMarceloRocha) and TikTok (@NosMarceloRocha) to be part of my #LenovoInnovators journey and support his mission.
Ruggero Rollini is an author, chemist, science educator, and speaker based in Italy. His mission is to help improve the general awareness of chemical knowledge and make science more accessible to all. I teach chemistry in a digestible way that hopefully everyone can understand and apply to daily life. I want to make people think and question assumptions. Follow Ruggero on Instagram (@RuggeroRollini ) and YouTube (Ruggero Rollini) to be part of his #LenovoInnovators journey and support his mission of making science more accessible.