Introducing Jo Cruse
Jo Cruse is the Managing Director of The Unreasonables – an education start-up which designs and delivers leadership programmes for the UK’s most ambitious schools. Born in London and raised in Cape Town, Jo last year co-led a nine-month expedition from Alaska to Argentina with her fiance Dom to uncover and share the stories of over 70 pioneering social entrepreneurs and investors across the Americas.
A former teacher of A-Level Politics and Economics, Jo read Politics, Philosophy and Economics at university. While living in South Africa, Jo held a number of key positions in the country’s main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance - including Chief of Staff to the Parliamentary Leader. Jo is passionate about encouraging young people to fulfil their highest potential. Her role as Managing Director of The Unreasonables enables her to combine two passions - entrepreneurship and education - to equip students across the UK with the insights and skills necessary to create powerful change in their own lives, and in the lives of those around them.
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