Youth voices and youth stories are at the center of Get Lit’s curriculum in which students claim classic/contemporary poems that resonate with their hopes, dreams, and life experiences.
Chef Chris Hill believes the dinner table is the center of the community, both in and out of the home, and has ideas for how we can regain this sense of Community.
EdTech expert Richard Culatta argues that technology can be a powerful tool for learning, solving humanity’s most challenging problems, and bringing us closer together. He offers a refreshingly positive framework for preparing kids and educators to succeed in a digital world.
In this episode, we discuss the mobilization effort for protecting the arts and culture sector of the U.S. through the grassroots campaign Brooke Ishibashi and Matthew-Lee Erlbach co-founded.
In this talk, Fabiola breaks down the need for empowering other women, especially women artisans and female entrepreneurs to sustain their craft knowledge and skills. She shares her experience partnering with women artisans and female entrepreneurs in Oaxaca, Mexico through her social enterprise tlali•pani, co-founded with her husband.
Where, when, and, even, why we work has been turned on its head by the pandemic. In a far-reaching yet jargon-free conversation, Alex and Mark discuss where we are heading and what leading organizations are doing to harness the opportunities, mitigate the risks, and see beyond the horizon to the new normal.
Dan will explain how marketing will drastically change in web3 and the metaverse as we go to community-centric brands. With the adoption of DAOs and other community-driven projects, brands and people need to look at how they bring others in on the company journey and into decision making.
With Web3.0 in the news and being talked about in the general media, most of us are still in the dark about what this means. In addition, there seems to be a new language that has evolved, dominated by acronyms and code words, like DAO, NFT, Crypto and DEFI. It’s a lot.
How we partner is continuously evolving, and Penelope’s examination of differing perspectives on work forums provides an avenue to advancing recognition of the value of the virtual environment.
The word has been used and overused for the past few months as if it’s just been discovered, but in fact, it’s not new, and the concept has been around for over 25 years. Connected virtual worlds have long been a dream, but is the hype for real this time?
Bruce is an expert in the underlying technology that powers what is called the Internet of Things (IoT). He suggests the underlying technology that powers IoT allows us to create Intelligent Environments that will have a transformational impact on businesses and the industries that affect our daily lives.
In this talk, Jennifer explains why it’s never too early (or too late) to create a healthy relationship with tech. Through the use of simple screen swaps and intentional choices, it’s possible to boost your child’s development and connect more closely, both on and off tech.
Agriculture suffers from sea-level rise, increased soil salinity, and unsustainable and environmentally damaging farming. With the next world crisis likely to be a battle over fresh water, a lot needs to change in how we grow our food.
Working 80 to 100 hours a week for 7 years in healthcare investment banking finally caught up to Kavi Misri, founder and CEO of Rose. Like many, he found himself burned out, depressed, and in need of help.
The critically important role of public policy in maintaining a functioning, working Democracy, needs participation by citizens to be effective. As the current political landscape seems impossibly polarized, Hannah-Beth will make the case to exercise our citizenship by involvement at all levels of politics.
Scott sees the Metaverse as a terribly disruptive and possibly dangerous platform. However, as corporations continue to be driven by profits, increasing stock prices, overestimating technology’s potential (VR/AR), and convincing investors that the Metaverse is the holy grail… we will see significant technical advances in CGI.
We need kids to know that college is not the only option, that the trades need them. I believe getting into a trade saved my life; it gave me purpose and a sense of pride that I could do anything if I set my mind to it.
Whether it’s a morning commute or a weekend ride with friends, bike share can help cities meet their sustainability goals, and with e-bikes, can revolutionize transportation in their communities. People will not leave a major city without experiencing or seeing an active rider or bike-share system live.
With the rise of businesses exploding on social media, Muslim women who once had barriers in place, such as not being able to commit to working hours due to children, are now creating successful businesses online. It is now time to speak up and share their stories.
Wondering how accessibility, collaboration, and learning will shape the metaverse? Anthony Duca shares vision, values, and solutions for connecting from anywhere in the world with ways to unify ideas, products, and people through shared experiences.