Janine Manning is studying a Masters in Social Innovation at Cambridge University. The Masters in Social Innovation program is a one-of-a-kind program operating in only its second year at the University of Cambridge. The program implores its students from a wide range of academic and professional backgrounds to examine and develop innovative solutions to the world's "wicked problems" like poverty, disease, and inequality in education. Outside of her Masters program, Janine works as an angel investor with a number of startups, serves as Director at Crimson Education, and works with the New Zealand Business Women's Network with young female entrepreneurs living in the UK. She began pursuing her Masters after mentoring and working with many of the young entrepreneurs at Crimson Education, and learning that she could pursue another post-graduate degree to equip her to tackle major problems. Follow a day in Janine's life and learn about one of the most unique Masters programs in the world!