We'll plan to hold a table at the back of +27 Cafe. For any questions, feel free to reach out to Paul Grobler directly on the Asana Together Slack or firstname.lastname@example.org
I have more than ten years of experience starting and managing a variety of projects and teams, and I am passionate about how technology can be used to improve productivity. I coach individuals and teams on how to be more productive and get more out of online tools, whether it is identifying the right tool for the job, getting setup with a new tool, or consulting on how to use current tools better. I am a Professional Scrum Master, and Asana Certified Pro and Google Cloud certified in G Suite, and can help you use these tools more effectively.
I am a follower of Jesus and the husband of my wife, Carla. I enjoy good conversations and good coffee. I studied Engineering for two years, before switching over to study Theology. Currently, I combine my love for Theology and Technology by working on and leading a variety of projects. I focus on coaching individuals and teams work more productively, and on helping cause-driven entities and individuals to create relevant environments for growth. At present, my wife and I live in Boston, USA, while she is pursuing her Ph.D. We hope to return to South Africa upon completion of her studies in 2021.
Paul Grobler is a Social Entrepreneur, New Human, and Kingdom Agent
As a Social Entrepreneur, I try to recognize social problems and uses entrepreneurial principles to organize, create and manage a venture to achieve social change.
As New Human, I follow Jesus on the journey of being a human as God intended. (Yes, it took God to show us how to be human again)
As a Kingdom Agent, I aim to make the reality of God's kingdom visible by living a life of grace.
Married to Carla Grobler
Co-Founder of Watu Youth Village where we create relevant environments for growth.
Co-Founder at Missionet where we connect and coach people to collaborate on God's mission.
Journal Manager and Scrum Master at Scriber Editorial Systems where we empower academic journals to publish open access articles.