How investing in social impact networks can spur innovation and change
Social impact networks already exist within organizations, but challenges such as COVID-19 and the climate crisis require mobilization beyond traditional boundaries. Image: Unsplash / @claybanks
Rana DajaniFounder, We Love Reading, Jordan & Hashemite University, Jordan, and President of the Society for Advancement of Science and Technology in the Arab world
Maria GalloVisiting Research Fellow, Trinity College, Dublin
Ján MichalkoSenior Project Lead, inHive
Margaux JacqueminHead of Alumni, Enseña por México / Teach For All Network
Joseph MunyambanzaYouth Engagement & Inclusion Consultant, Scholars Program, Mastercard Foundation
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