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SOCIAL GOOD SUMMIT
#2030NOW
September 23, 2018

Watch The #2030NOW Conversation


SOCIAL GOOD SUMMIT

#2030NOW
Watch The #2030NOW Conversation

about the summit

The intersection of technology and new media has redefined our understanding of human progress. In the midst of this rapidly changing world, the Social Good Summit focuses on where we’re headed. Held annually during the United Nations General Assembly week, the Summit unites a lively community of global citizens and progressive thought leaders around a common theme: #2030NOW. A dynamic exploration of the world we want to live in by 2030, the Social Good Summit will focus on how we can unlock technology’s potential to make the world a better place.


The Social Good Summit is produced in partnership by:


Agenda

  • Session 1

    Programming starts at 10:00 AM sharp

    Performance

    Sonita Alizadeh

  • Session 2

    Welcome Remarks

    Henry Timms

  • Session 3

    Remarks from the Right Honourable Jacinda Ardern

    Prime Minister Ardern

  • Session 4

    Moderated by: Julie Gichuru

    Early Moments Matter

    Prime Minister Ardern, Henrietta Fore, Suraiya Haque

  • Session 5

    Driving Change That Matters

    Andrew Lee

  • Session 6

    Introduction

    Ulrika Modeer

  • Session 7

    Moderated by: Achim Steiner

    Amplifying Our Voices: How Women are Leading the Call to Leave No One Behind

    Padma Lakshmi, Ingrid Silva

  • Session 8

    Women Wanted

    Greg Attwells, Felicity McVay

  • Session 9

    3D Printing: Global Housing Solutions

    Alexandria Lafci

  • Session 10

    We the Young Peoples

    Introduction of the UN Young Leaders for the Sustainable Development Goals

  • Session 11

    United States Youth Observer to the United Nations Remarks

    Michael Scott Peters

  • Session 12

    Moderated by: Jessica Coen

    Youth is Never Wasted on the Young

    Lilly Singh, Jayathma Wickramanayake

  • Session 13

    Introduction

    Ulrika Modeer

  • Session 14

    Moderated by: Juju Chang

    The Lion's Share

    Farwiza Farhan, Marie Lalleman, Andy Pharoah, Achim Steiner,

  • Session 15

    Health Innovation Where It's Needed Most

    Nanette Cocero

  • Session 16

    The Untold Story of Girls & Mobile: The Digital Revolution & Who's Being Left Behind

    Zuriel Oduwole

  • Session 17

    Moderated by: Pete Cashmore

    The Power of Blockchain for Social Change and Empowerment

    Roya Mahboob, Enrica Porcari, Ben Siegel

  • Session 18

    How City Leaders are Stepping into SDG Action

    Penny Abeywardena, Jan Vapaavuori

  • Session 19

    Moderated by: Asha Curran

    Our Task: Health Solutions for the World's Most Vulnerable

    Zubaida Bai

  • Session 20

    Moderated by: Dia Mirza

    Hope for a Healthy Planet

    Erik Solheim, Miranda Wang

  • Session 21

    Moderated by: Monica Ramirez

    Time is Up for Gender-Based Violence

    Fatima Goss Graves, Joanne N. Smith

  • Session 22

    Moderated by: Kathy Calvin

    Youth Already Leading

    Sonita Alizadeh

  • Session 23

    Moderated by: Arthur Potts Dawson

    A Chef's Manifesto to Fight Hunger

    Manal Al Alem, Anahita Dhondy

  • Session 24

    A Thirst for Change

    Mari Copeny

  • Session 25

    Moderated by: Rebecca Ruiz

    In Defense of Human Rights

    Amber Heard

  • Session 26

    A Hand Up

    Uzo Aduba

  • Session 27

    Why Partnership for Peace Must Start With Women

    Leymah Gbowee

  • Session 28

    Remarks

    Chirlane McCray

  • Session 29

    Moderated by: Elisha London

    Access & Inclusion for Global Mental Health

    Sitawa Wafula

  • Session 30

    Moderated by: Annie Colbert

    Not Your Grandparents' Sex Ed.

    Nicole Cushman, Riyadh Khalaf, Nick Kroll

  • Session 31

    Moderated by: Deepti Doshi

    Building Global Communities

  • Session 32

    Moderated by: Rajesh Mirchandani

    Nothing About Us Without Us

    Nyle DiMarco

2018 Speakers

PENNY ABEYWARDENA

Commissioner for International Affairs, Mayor's Office for the City of New York  

uzo aduba

Emmy winning Actress, Advocate, and Heifer International Ambassador to Africa  

Manal Al Alem

Chef  

sonita alizadeh

Rapper and Activist   

Jacinda Ardern

Prime Minister, New Zealand  

greg attwells

Creatables Lead  

Zubaida Bai

Founder & CEO of ayzh Inc. and UBS Global Visionary   

Kathy Calvin

President & CEO, United Nations Foundation   

Pete Cashmore

Founder, Mashable   

juju chang

Emmy Award-Winning Co-Anchor of ABC News' "Nightline"   

Nanette Cocero

Regional President, Emerging Markets, Pfizer Innovative Health   

jessica coen

SVP and Editor-In-Chief, Mashable  

annie colbert

Executive Editor at Mashable  

Mari Copeny

Founder of #DearFlintKids, Women's March Ambassador  

ASHA CURRAN

Chief Innovation Officer, Director of Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact, 92nd Street Y  

Nicole Cushman

Executive Director of Answer, Advisor to AMAZE  

Anahita Dhondy

Chef  

Nyle DiMarco

Model, Actor, Deaf Activist  

farwiza farhan

Conservationist, Sumatra Indonesia  

Henrietta Fore

Executive Director, UNICEF  

Leymah Gbowee

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Founder of the Leymah Gbowee Foundation Africa, SDG Advocate  

JULIE GICHURU

Entrepreneur and Media Personality  

FATIMA GOSS GRAVES

President & CEO, National Women's Law Center  

Amber heard

Actress, Activist, and Human Rights Champion, UN Human Rights   

Riyadh Khalaf

Global Ambassador, YouTube Creators for Change  

Nick Kroll

Actor, Comedian, Writer & Producer  

Alexandria Lafci

Head of Operations & Co-Founder, New Story  

padma lakshmi

New York Times best-selling Author, Host/Executive Producer of "Top Chef," and Advocate for the UN Development Programme   

Marie Lalleman

Executive Vice President and Managing Director, Global Client Solutions, Nielsen  

Andrew Lee

Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing, Chief Investment Office Americas, UBS Global Wealth Management   

Elisha london

Founder & CEO, United For Global Mental Health  

Roya Mahboob

Founder of EdyEdy, Co-Founder & CEO of Digital Citizen Fund  

Chirlane McCray

First Lady, New York City  

felicity mcvay

Creatable Partnerships  

Rajesh Mirchandani

Chief Communications Officer, United Nations Foundation  

DIA MIRZA

Actress, Producer, UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador  

ulrika modeer

Assistant Administrator & Director of the Bureau of External Relations & Advocacy, UNDP  

Zuriel oduwole

Filmmaker & Girl Education Advocate  

MICHAEL SCOTT PETERS

United States Youth Observer to the United Nations   

ANDY PHAROAH

Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Strategic Initiatives and Sustainability, Mars Incorporated  

Enrica Porcari

Chief Information Officer, World Food Programme  

Arthur Potts Dawson

Chef, Eco Restauranteur  

monica ramirez

Founder, Justice for Migrant Women   

Rebecca Ruiz

Senior Features Writer, Mashable  

Benjamin siegel

Global Social Impact Project & Partnership Lead, ConsenSys  

INGRID SILVA

Professional Ballerina with Dance Theatre of Harlem, Activist, Founder of EmpowHer New York  

Lilly Singh

Creator, Comedian, & UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador  

Joanne Smith

Founder & Executive Director, Girls for Gender Equity  

Erik Solheim

Executive Director of the UN Environment, Under-Secretary-General of the UN  

Achim Steiner

Administrator, United Nations Development Programme   

henry timms

President & CEO, 92nd Street Y   

Jan Vapaavuori

Mayor of Helsinki, Finland  

sitawa wafula

Mental Health Strategist, Writer, and Public Speaker  

Miranda WanG

Founder & CEO, BioCellection, UN Environment Young Champion of the Earth  

Kevin Watkins

CEO, Save the Children UK  

Jayathma Wickramanayake

United Nations Secretary-General's Envoy on Youth  

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When is the Social Good Summit?

    The 2018 Social Good Summit is scheduled for Sunday, September 23. Follow @MashableEvents on Twitter for updates.

  • Who can attend the Social Good Summit?

    The Summit is open to everyone; all you need to do is purchase a ticket.

  • Can members of the press attend?

    When tickets go on sale, members of the press are invited to apply for the Digital Media Lounge--a designated workspace onsite for reporters and journalists from around the world. The lounge is equipped with Wi-Fi, workspace and a livestream of the stage.

  • What is the agenda for the Social Good Summit?

    The 2018 agenda will be released in early September. You can watch past sessions on Mashable Experiential's YouTube channel.

  • What is the dress code for the Social Good Summit?

    Recommended dress is business casual.

  • Do you accept speaker submissions?

    The Social Good Summit is no longer accepting speaker submissions for 2018. Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to provide regular status updates. If the Social Good Summit Speaker Team feels your suggested speaker is a strong fit for the year's program, a representative will be in touch.

  • When is the deadline for speaker applications?

    While there is no official deadline for submitting speakers, we recommend submitting your application by the end of July.

  • My company is interested in sponsoring the Social Good Summit. Who should I reach out to?

    Companies and organizations interested in sponsoring the Social Good Summit can reach out to events@handymanpros.pro.

  • Can I volunteer to work at/for the Social Good Summit?

    The Social Good Summit does not take volunteers.

  • Do you offer any discounted tickets?

    The Social Good Summit offers student tickets for $50. Valid student photo ID must be shown at check-in.

  • How can I participate if I won’t be in New York?

    The Social Good Summit is a global conversation! We invite everyone to participate online using the hashtag #2030NOW. All sessions are livestreamed, and are made available online shortly after the event. In conjunction with NY’s Summit, UNDP and +Social Good host hundreds of localized meetups around the globe. Find a meetup happening near you at UNDP.org or plussocialgood.org.

  • Mashable Experiential Newsletter

    For updates on the Social Good Summit and other events join the Mashable Experiential Newsletter.

Check out the best of the Summit over the years

the venue

92nd Street Y is a world-class cultural and community center where people all over the world connect through culture, arts, entertainment and conversation. For 140 years, they have harnessed the power of arts and ideas to enrich, enlighten and change lives, and the power of community to repair the world.
 



92nd Street Y: 1395 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10128

THANK YOU TO OUR 2018 SPONSORS