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About Lifeworks Global


Building On Our History

Lifeworks Global, originally known as Lifeworks Foundation, was created to research and promote effective solutions to pressing environmental and social issues that impact us on a global scale. Paul Manweiler founded the organisation in 2008, and he has been its sole funder since inception. He is passionate about making life better for all people, now and through the future. To fully realise its vision and affect positive change on a global scale, the organisation is now seeking additional funding sources to expand its reach and service.

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Meet The Team

Paul Manweiler

Founder & CEO

Paul Manweiler
Paul is a visionary leader who believes in a beneficial world for all. He was born in Dublin in 1950 and has had a successful international career as a project manager, developer and entrepreneur. After creating the largest global Systems, Applications and Products (SAP) company in the world in the 1990’s, he left work life to dedicate his energies and resources to social, spiritual and community causes. Paul founded Lifeworks Global in 2008 to help fulfill his global vision of a better life for all. He has been married for 17 years and has two children.

Prean Naidoo

HEAD OF GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT

 

Prean Naidoo…Biog to follow shortly.

 

 

Benna McCartney

HEAD OF OPERATIONS

Benna McCartney

 

Benna is extremely passionate and dedicated about being part of the catalyst that makes sustainable change for the better in the world.  She is an experienced entrepreneur who has run eight of her own businesses in total since leaving college at 18 and currently has three of those businesses running parallel with each other.  She is a volunteer for Homestart (supporting families who are struggling to cope) and a singer.

Want to know more..?

Our story is quite something, and with so much to tell we’ve struggled on where to put it all.

If you’d like to read about some of our earlier work, look at our youtube video’s on microbial agriculture, or see some past case studies then visit our archive and see what you can discover.