Ever wonder what happens when you bring together global citizens, celebrities, and industry leaders to discuss how technology and new media can help make the world a better place? Well, that is exactly what I had the opportunity to experience while serving as a United Nations Association (UNA-USA) Blogger Fellow at the 2017 Social Good Summit. Read more
Held annually during the United Nations General Assembly week, the Social Good Summit unites global citizens and progressive thought leaders around technology and new media’s impact on human progress. This year I had the opportunity to serve as a United Nations Association Social Good Blogger to spread the word about the outstanding work of the individuals who are changing the world through technology and new media. Here is a list of three technological solutions presented at the 2017 Social Good Summit that are making the world a better place: Read more
Held annually during the United Nations General Assembly week, the Social Good Summit unites global citizens and progressive thought leaders around technology and new media’s impact on human progress. This year I had the opportunity to serve as a United Nations Association Social Good Summit Blogger Fellow. Check out five quotes from the 2017 Social Good Summit for a glimpse into the lively discussion around making the world a better place: Read more
On August 8, 2017, the United Nations Association National Capital Area (UNA-NCA) hosted, “Congress and the Sustainable Development Goals” with Congressman Don Beyer. Hosted at the Rayburn Office Building at the U.S. Capitol, over a hundred guests joined to hear from Congressman Beyer discuss the United States’ commitment to the UN, climate action, and other Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Giving back to the community has always been a value of mine. Growing up in Arizona, my family was fortunate enough to have support from the community during some tough times. This community support and the hard work of my mom to raise my siblings and me is what inspires me to help others in need and to give back to the community. For me, pursuing the Congressional Award aligned with my core values and I hope that my work will inspire others to engage with their community.
On September 28th, the White House Open Data Innovation Summit hosted in Washington, D.C. highlighted the Obama Administration’s extensive work in opening U.S. government data with an emphasis on the future of open data. For those who may not know, open data is the idea that some data should be freely available to everyone to use and republish as they wish, without restrictions from copyright, patents or other mechanisms of control.