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Monday, April 2 • 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Inclusive Innovation Week Kick-off - Tackling the Worlds Wicked Problems: A Celebration of Social Innovation Champions LIMITED

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Join us for the Inclusive Innovation Week Kickoff - Tackling the Worlds Wicked Problems: A Celebration of Social Innovation Champions in partnership with Robert Morris University and BNY Mellon.

Ignite your innovative prowess and discover your power to make lasting change. Join us for a two-part celebration to kickoff Inclusive Innovation Week featuring a social innovators roundtable, followed by breakout talks facilitated by each innovator.

Leave with key insights about how to re-imagine problems into possibilities. Learn from social innovation champions key principles in their process of creating and enacting for the greater good.

Agenda:
• Inclusive Innovation Week Opening Remarks
• CSforPgh Launch with Remake Learning
• Social Innovators Roundtable
• Breakout Talks

Moderator:
• Eliada Wosu Griffin-EL, PhD
Associate Professor & Director of the Massey Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Robert Morris University

Roundtable and Session Speakers:
• Marita Garrett - Mayor of Wilkinsburg
• Leah Lizarondo - Executive Director of 412 Food Rescue
• Zaheen Hussain, Director of Sustainability, New Sun Rising
• Nicole Kenny, Impact and Compliance Manager , Thread International
• Jonathan Reynolds, Outreach Project Manager, Carnegie Mellon University - School of Computer Science

CSforPgh details:
Remake Learning has been working for ten years to solve wicked problems.  One of those wicked problems are the lack of computer science in both in and out of school settings and the lack of a diversity in the pipeline for computer science and STEM in the region.

To solve this wicked problem, Remake Learning is bringing together various stakeholders in computer science to work on closing these opportunity gaps. We are calling this collaborative group of stakeholders, CSforPgh, a regional coalition that will be working to bring this essential literacy to every student in our region. This effort is sponsored by the BNY Mellon Foundation.

Our goal is to bring together those working on closing that opportunity gaps for our girls and students of color.

For accessibility questions contact Christine Marty (christine.marty@pittsburghpa.gov)

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