It’s time to #BuildBackBetter.
Income inequality, collective mental trauma, weak elder care, online bullying, food insecurity, systemic racism. These problems, and many more, are exposed and amplified by the coronavirus pandemic. They are problems that aren’t simple to solve. But — the pandemic also illuminated a new breed of problem-solver. Let’s bring them all together in a first-of-its-kind digital experience.Buy tickets now
Antonio Zappulla is Chief Executive Officer of the Thomson Reuters Foundation, which works to advance media freedom, foster more inclusive economies and promote human rights. He is also the founder of Openly.
Bianca Wylie is an open government advocate with a dual background in technology and public engagement.
Cassie Robinson is Senior Head of the UK Portfolio for the National Lottery Community Fund, a Co-founder of the Point People, Co-founder of Foundation Design Lab, Co-founder of Stewarding Loss, Co-founder of the Community Tech Fellowship, and a Fellow at The Institute of Innovation and Public Purpose at UCL.
Diane Roussin is the Project Director for The Winnipeg Boldness Project, a research and development project focusing on improving outcomes for children in the North End of Winnipeg, through social innovation and social lab processes.
Jason Rissman leads OpenIDEO—IDEO’s open innovation practice—which changes the way the world addresses tough societal issues by enabling people everywhere to come together and innovate through design.
Kamau Bobb is the Global Lead for Diversity Strategy and Research at Google and the founding Senior Director of the Constellations Center for Equity in Computing at Georgia Tech. He is an engineer and science and technology policy scholar whose work focuses on the relationship between equity in the STEM enterprise, large educational systems, and the structural conditions that influence contemporary American life.
Panthea Lee is the co-founder and Executive Director of Reboot. Panthea is passionate about facilitating unlikely but effective collaborations between communities, activists, movements, and institutions to tackle structural inequity—and working with cultural institutions to build momentum for courageous change.
Robert Opp is currently the Chief Digital Officer of UNDP, the United Nations' global sustainable development organization working across 170 countries globally with more than 17,000 staff. He leads the agency’s digital transformation, an organization-wide effort, to harness the power of new technology to improve the lives of those furthest behind.
2020 Future of Good Summit
November 25+26, 2020
A digital first experience you won’t want to miss.