Event Guide: Social & Enviornmental Change


Social Media Week

Social Media Week is a leading news platform and worldwide conference that curates and shares the best ideas and insights into social media and technology's impact on business, society, and culture.


We’re doing all that we can this week to help you optimize your #smw12 experience.  While each of our hubs serve as homes for specific content areas, the number of sessions we host on a specific topic far exceeds the capacity we have in our Hubs.

To help you navigate the schedule and find sessions that are relevant and interesting for you, we’re constructing a series of guides, which we hope will surface new and interesting content you might not have otherwise been aware of.

Your Guide to Social & Environmental Change

Monday February 13th 9-11am:
The Guardian Interviews, hosted on the Nokia Global Stage at Big Fuel: Don Tapscott

Tuesday February 14th 12-2pm:
Keynote: Rachel Lloyd, Executive Director & Founder of Girls Educational & Mentoring Services

Tuesday February 14th 3-5pm:
Social Media for Social Good

Tuesday February 14th 5:30-6:30pm:
Women, Money & Social Power: What Made The Komen Debacle A Win For Women

Wednesday February 15th 9-11am:
Keynote: Alex Bogusky followed by Social Innovators Collective’s Innovative Models for Social Good Collaboration

Wednesday February 15th 1:30-2:30pm:
Crowd Sourcing Human and Monetary Capital for Social Impact, Hosted by LinkedIn

Thursday February 16th 12-2pm:
Panel: Weapons of Choice: The Design of Insurgency

Friday February 17th 10am-11am:
RAPP presents RAPPATHON – Hacking for Change: A New Way of Collaboration

Friday February 17th 1-2:30pm:
Social Media HAS Changed the World

Friday February 17th 3-4pm:
Leveraging online platforms to inspire social good

Coming up over the next couple of days, SMW Guides on Advertising & Marketing, Music, Science, Technology, Startups, Small Business & Health & Wellness.

 

 





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