After stepping down as a senior member of the royal family, along with his wife Meghan Markle, in 2020, Prince Harry started a new life in the U.S. So, where does the Duke of Sussex work this time?
It has been known that Prince Harry and Meghan started making content for Netflix and Spotify after stepping down as senior working royals. But aside from that, the price also has other significant work to do.
Prince Harry as an Executive
In March 2021, news emerged that the duke had a new job as an executive at a Silicon Valley startup called BetterUp Inc.
He became the chief impact officer of the company, known as the fast-growing coach and mental health firm.
"I intend to help create impact in people's lives," Prince Harry said in response to the questions about his job via The Wall Street Journal. "Proactive coaching provides endless possibilities for personal development, increased awareness, and an all-round better life."
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The British royal participates in initiatives like product strategy decisions and charitable contributions. He also joins advocacies on topics related to mental health.
"It's a meaningful and meaty role," BetterUp CEO Alexi Robichaux said.
The position of chief impact officer is rare in the corporate world but more common in nonprofit organizations.
However, Robichaux refused to reveal Prince Harry's salary and details of his employment agreement, though he announced Prince Harry would join the company's leadership team as an "officer of the corporation."
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The prince's work includes attending the company's San Francisco headquarters and joining meetings. He will also take part in special company events. He won't be managing employees or having direct reports.
Prince Harry as Commissioner of the Commission on Information Disorder
In the same year, CNN revealed that Prince Harry became a part of the Aspen Institute as the Commission on Information Disorder commissioner, joining 14 other commissioners.
It was part of a six-month research project in the U.S.'s "misinformation and disinformation."
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Meghan's husband joined renowned journalists like the U.S. broadcaster Katie Couric; the former director of the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Chris Krebs; the leader of civil rights organization Colour of Change Rashad Robinson; and businesswoman and academic Kathryn Murdoch, who's also the daughter-in-law of media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
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