Designers, Social Entrepreneurs & Storytellers: Designing Change
Join us for a special panel discussion and screening at the David Brower Center
Monday, April 30 | 7–9 pm
Village grandmothers are becoming solar engineers in India, data technologists in Brazil are transforming global rainforest conservation, former Hollywood producers are eradicating mother to child HIV transmission in Africa. Social enterprise organizations like Barefoot College, Imazon and mothers2mothers are creating breakthrough models that can ignite sweeping change for seemingly intractable problems.
They are part of the innovative Sundance Institute | Skoll Foundation ‘Stories of Change’ partnership, which pairs documentary filmmakers with social entrepreneurs to leverage the power of storytelling in their initiatives.
Hear from leading social entrepreneurs, filmmakers and designers about the inflection points they look for to uncover extraordinary opportunities for social impact at scale. How do the innovations we design, the systems we build, and the stories we tell work together to create lasting change?
Join the conversation at this inter-, trans-, multi-disciplinary panel discussion and catch a sneak preview of some upcoming Stories of Change films!
monday april 30th | 7-9 pm
david brower center
2150 allston way | berkeley ca 94704
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