CollaborateUp and Net Impact will hold a series of 5-12 global SolutionsLabs over the next 6-12 months that engage students on the global food and water crisis.
Net Impact is a leading nonprofit organization that empowers its over 60,000 student and young professional members – who hail from over 300 volunteer-led chapters across the globe – to use their careers to drive transformational change in the workplace and the world.
Using CollaborateUp’s proven formula to co-create high-impact solutions in a short amount of time, we will host events that convene leading experts and next generation leaders to develop real solutions for a more sustainable future.
Spring 2015 SolutionsLabs:
April 2015 in Boston, MA
Dr. Timothy Griffin Dr. Ku McMahan
Director, Agriculture Food Team Lead, Securing Water for Food
and Environment Program Center for Development Innovation
Tufts University U.S. Global Development Lab l USAID
Daniel A. Goldstein, M.D. José Maria Cardoso da Silva
Senior Science Fellow and Lead, Professor of Geography
Medical Sciences and Outreach University of Miami
May 2015 in Davis, CA
Our expert panelists at UC Davis included:
Dr. Roger Beachy Dr. Marlin Edwards
Executive Director, Cheif Technology Officer,
The World Food Center Vegetable Research & Development
UC Davis Monsanto Company
Jessie Tientcheu Undersecretary Jim Houston
Deputy of Programs, California Department of Agriculture
Freedom from Hunger