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TEBI podcast 47: Rozina Breen on taking a purposeful leap into the not-for-profit sector
TEBI podcast 47: Rozina Breen on taking a purposeful leap into the not-for-profit sector

In the seventh of a series of 12 TEBI episodes looking at meaning and money during later careers or second lives, Jonathan Hollow interviews CEO and Editor-in-Chief of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Rozina Breen.

Rozina candidly shares her journey from a working-class background to leading a not-for-profit newsroom, reflecting on the choices, challenges, and resilience that shaped her highly successful career path – through the BBC to her current role.

Together, they talk through the benefits of investigative journalism from a not-for-profit space, and her fresh mission to spark change and expose justice.

Rozina's journey and travels, resilience, and the choices she made unfold, providing a glimpse into the intricate balance of family, career, and risk-taking mid-career.

This podcast series has been developed with financial planning firm Mulberry Bow, who chose TBIJ as their philanthropy of the year 2023. Based in London, they offer a highly personalised service to around 150 individuals and families. Robin Powell and Jonathan Hollow are very grateful for their enthusiastic support for "Second Lives”.

Transcript of this episode: https://www.evidenceinvestor.com/second-lives-taking-risks-with-investigative-journalism/ --

Links to key mentions in this podcast:
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism - https://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/ —
To donate  - https://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/support-us —
Mulberry Bow financial planners: https://mulberrybow.com/ —
How To Fund The Life You Want: http://tinyurl.com/how2fund --

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In the seventh of a series of 12 TEBI episodes looking at meaning and money during later careers or second lives, Jonathan Hollow interviews CEO and Editor-in-Chief of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Rozina Breen.

Rozina candidly shares her journey from a working-class background to leading a not-for-profit newsroom, reflecting on the choices, challenges, and resilience that shaped her highly successful career path – through the BBC to her current role.

Together, they talk through the benefits of investigative journalism from a not-for-profit space, and her fresh mission to spark change and expose justice.

Rozina's journey and travels, resilience, and the choices she made unfold, providing a glimpse into the intricate balance of family, career, and risk-taking mid-career.

This podcast series has been developed with financial planning firm Mulberry Bow, who chose TBIJ as their philanthropy of the year 2023. Based in London, they offer a highly personalised service to around 150 individuals and families. Robin Powell and Jonathan Hollow are very grateful for their enthusiastic support for "Second Lives”.

Transcript of this episode: https://www.evidenceinvestor.com/second-lives-taking-risks-with-investigative-journalism/ --

Links to key mentions in this podcast:
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism - https://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/ —
To donate  - https://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/support-us —
Mulberry Bow financial planners: https://mulberrybow.com/ —
How To Fund The Life You Want: http://tinyurl.com/how2fund --

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