Hawaii Pitch Competition, Design Thinking and Wellness! This Week at Kravis Lab
Mon, Oct 1 — Pitch Workshop
KLI Conference Room, Kravis 4th Floor
We’ll be hosting a workshop on Monday to get you pitch ready for the first Social Innovation Challenge on Oct 4. If you can’t make it and/or want one on one support, CWPD student consultants are offering their pitch/public speaking coaching services. Please sign up here for an appointment.
Thurs, Oct 4 — Social Innovation Challenge #1- Health and Wellness
SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TO PITCH
Pitch your innovative idea to improve Health and Wellness. Winners will be invited to join us in Hawaii from May 19–25 for our 3rd Annual Moonshot House where you’ll live with award winning successful social entrepreneurs and have the opportunity to pitch for start-up funds!
Thurs, Oct 4 — Dinner with World Changers with Antoinette Carroll,
Antoinette, the Founder/President/CEO, Creative Reaction Lab was moved to action after the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Antoinette founded CRL, equipping youth to lead movements combatting racial and health inequities in their communities. Read more here.
Fri, Oct 5 — Equity-Centered Design for Social Justice
Honnold Library Founders Room
REGISTER HERE Space is limited!
What is the role of equity and power in community-centered collaboration? How might we design more equitable communities and systems through the lens of personal and organizational humility-building? In this interactive introductory workshop, participants will learn and apply Equity-Centered Community Design strategies to examine how their own identities shape design and decision-making, and will practice collaboratively co-designing more inclusive and equitable communities. Led by Antoinette Carroll, Founder of Creative Action Lab.
Fri, Oct 5 — Innovations in Wellness Part 1 — Panel Discussion
Bauer Founders Room
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The first panel of a Wellness Series conceived to take a big picture view of how we can live healthy, productive lives as individuals and promote healthy, harmonious communities. It is organized and sponsored by three of the research institutes on campus — the Berger Institute for Work, Family, and Children; the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Lowe Institute of Political Economy, and the Kravis Lab for Social Impact.
Find out more on our website.