Now in its second year, Mashable’s Social Good Summit is the place for big ideas to meet new media to create exciting social innovations. We’re happy to announce that we will be taking the stage on Day Two of the Summit together with some leading agents of change.
We invite you to join us in person or online at the panel, “Women and Girls Lead: Where Storytelling, Games and Public Media Converge“.
This panel is part of Women and Girls Lead, the global campaign from ITVS designed to focus, educate, and connect women and girls while addressing the challenges of the 21st century. Featured panelist include:
- Geena Davis, @GDIDM
The Academy Award-winning actress (Founder of the Geena Davis Institute of Gender in Media)
- Paula Kerger, @PaulaKerger
President and CEO at PBS, (one of the participating media channels and major funder for Women and Girls Lead)
- Abigail Disney, @WomenWarPeace
Executive Producer of Women, War, War & Peace (one of the first documentaries to be released for the Women and Girls Lead project)
- Aaron Sherinian, @ASherinian
Vice President of Communications and Public Relations of the United Nations Foundation (panel moderator)
- Asi Burak, @ABurak
Co-President, Games for Change (executive producers of the gaming component behind Half the Sky)
To learn more about Women and Girls Lead prior to seeing tomorrow’s panel, view the video below or visit their website here.
If you can’t make it to New York City tomorrow, you can RSVP to watch the event on Mashable’s Livestream channel. You can follow the conversation on Twitter through the hashtag #socialgood. And you can find us on Twitter at @ABurak and @G4C.
The rest of this week’s agenda covers even more topics related to new media for social change. Check out the rest of this week’s schedule to learn more about how Twitter, Skype, social media, new startups, and more are looking to create positive change, economic impact, and stronger social relationships for good.