Last week the Thunderbird Net Impact Chapter kicked off it’s second Global Citizen Forum with the help of the TAP, TEMBA, NAWMBA and Tech Clubs. The forum, inspired by Thunderbird’s mission of educating global leaders who create sustainable prosperity worldwide, brought together industry leaders in corporate social responsibility, international development, social entrepreneurship and education to make the business case for sustainability. GCF kicked off on Thursday night with a keynote speech from Mick Dalrymple from ASU Energize Phoenix and the Global Institute of Sustainability. The forum continued on Friday with panel sessions that covered a range of topics including the role of technology in education as well as nonprofit management. Use #tbirdgcf on Twitter for a recap of the insights from each panel. The Net Impact club would like to extend a big thank you to the collaborating clubs as well as all students that attended the sessions and helped make this a successful event!
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