Your Name and Title: Sharon Brown-Peters, Director of Ed Technology
School or Organization Name: American School of Bombay
Co-Presenter Name(s): Student leaders: Mary Dudani, Miel Marwani, Shiv-Louis van den Ven, Junko Mogi, & Katie Milne; Karishma Galani (co-director of Summit)
Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Mumbai, India
Language in Which You Will Present: English
Target Audience(s): Educators, Students
Short Session Description (one line): Social Entrepreneurship: The Student Voice. Listen to the students’ perspective on leading the first Global Social Entrepreneurship Summit at the American School of Bombay this year, the impacts, and how they plan to take it forward.
Full Session Description:
Let’s get the student perspective on leading ASB’s first Global Social Entrepreneurship Summit in Mumbai India, in February 2014. Student leadership in planning this summit inspired out of the box thinking and helped them get a better grasp of design thinking, social entrepreneurship and leadership.
In an interview style approach, participants will hear the students’ journey through leading this summit. From the planning stages, understanding the design thinking process, and the experience of leading others through the summit, to what moved them the most. The session focuses not only on the past GSES, but also on what their vision is for the next summit in a few months.
Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: www.asbgses.org
Sharon, your proposal needs the proper strand tags. Can you edit and add these?
Thanks Lucy - I was racing out the door to catch a plane to go off the grid on a student trip in Central India when I discovered our presentation was accepted. Phew!