Do you have a unique business idea, community project, or non-profit mission that needs support or exposure? Join changemaker leaders from Ideation, innoFaith and Glean Network to learn what it takes to bring an idea to life and put together your best Start-Up Pitch to reach your goals.
Over $10,000 value in prizes and support will be awarded! Prize announcements will be made during this live webinar.
Top participants will be invited to present live to our panel of Advisors in Fullerton, CA on October 21-23, 2021.
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You will also learn during this one hour conversation:
Ideation: Ideas are a dime-a-dozen and talk is cheap. Improving our ability to execute well is essential for giving our ideas life. We are an idea-execution company that hustles with innovative people and their world-shaping ideas by co-creating custom solutions that deliver remarkable impact at the intersection of purpose and profit. More Info http://theideation.com
innoFaith: We are a network of people of different religious faiths and faith-based organizations who seek to inspire and empower our communities. Our goal is to enable our communities to engage in the world in innovative ways to help humanity thrive. We are rooted in sacred traditions that we know have great wisdom to offer modern society. We also know that a fast-changing world requires us to develop new frameworks and methods for engaging with complex social problems. More Info https://www.innofaith.org
Glean Network is a growing community of faith-rooted leaders who find themselves at the crossroads of tradition and innovation. We seek to reimagine the role of faith in an ever-changing world that yearns for meaning, belonging, and justice. More Info https://www.gleannetwork.org/
About Charles Lee
Charles is the Founder & CEO at Ideation, an idea execution company that specializes in helping executives and brands scale their business by effectively achieving clarity and integrating their strategic plans into day-to-day implementation. Ideation fills this gap between strategy and implementation with innovative approaches to idea refinement, strategic process & infrastructure development, leadership & team building, brand (re)development & positioning, and creative services that bridge concepts into the real world. He is also the author of Good Idea. Now What?: How to Move Ideas to Execution, a practical book designed to help people move ideas to implementation.
Charles is regularly invited to advise and speak to leading brands on topics such as clarity, creativity, leading innovation, idea-making, brand strategy, and ideation. In addition to advising and speaking, Charles has served as host and/or facilitator for numerous events with NY Times best-selling authors and executives from brands including Google, Twitter, MLB, Starwood, Disney, CAA, Toyota, TOMS, charity: water, United Way, World Vision, and many others.
About Danielle Goldstone
Danielle is a social impact consultant and the founder of innoFaith, an initiative bridging the worlds of faith and social innovation. She has over 15 years of experience in the global social entrepreneurship field. As Senior Advisor to Ashoka, the world's largest network of leading social entrepreneurs, she helps select new Ashoka Fellows around the world. She was the founding director of Ashoka’s global Empathy Initiative and the associated Changemaker Schools network. Danielle also served as Ashoka's Legal Director, helped launch Ashoka in East Africa and the Middle East/North Africa region, and was interim regional representative for Ashoka in francophone West Africa.
Her background additionally includes policy advocacy with the Jubilee 2000 debt relief campaign, as well as legal work on Guantánamo detainee cases and human rights analysis related to the U.S. war on terrorism. She has written on the topics of the International Criminal Court's involvement in Uganda and the importance of empathy for social change. Danielle has a B.A. in economics and international relations from Stanford University, and a Juris Doctor, Master of Theological Studies, and Graduate Certificate in Human Rights from Emory University, where she was Editor in Chief of the Emory International Law Review. She is an attorney, admitted to the New York Bar.
About Rabbi Elan Babchuck
I’m a rabbi and an entrepreneur and spend much of my time exploring the rich intersections between these two traditions, and the abundant possibilities therein. I'm committed to leaving behind a world that is more compassionate, connected, and just than the one I found, and - in pursuit of that commitment - I am the Founding Director of Glean Network, an incubator, and network for entrepreneurs who are building new models of faith in action, and Director of Innovation at Clal, a think-tank focused on the future of faith in America. I'm blessed to live and learn with my wife, Lizzie Pollock, and our three children, Micah, Nessa, and Ayla in Providence, Rhode Island. I read broadly and voraciously, cook adventurously, and find sanctuary on the rock climbing walls of New England.
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