Ryan Goldstein, President/CEO, has been invited to attend the prestigious Kairos Global Summit in February 2011 as one of 25 special alumni guests.
The Kairos Global Summit 2011, taking place February 25th-26th in NYC, is bringing together 350 of the most innovative and entrepreneurial students from the United States, China, India, and Europe to meet 150 of the world’s most influential and globally impactful leaders. Over the course of two days, these current and future world leaders will gather at the United Nations and New York Stock Exchange to explore humanity’s most pressing challenges, develop sustainable and entrepreneurial solutions to these problems, and unveil 50 of the most innovative student startups that are working to change the world.
Ryan will have the opportunity to take part in:
- A gathering at the United Nations to hear from a group of social entrepreneurs about their innovative solutions to global issues using emerging science, technology, and entrepreneurship models.
- Multiple breakout sessions at the New York Stock Exchange, led by groups of prominent CEOs, to develop models for sustainable and profitable social ventures.
- Roundtable discussions with global leaders to identify and address some of the world’s most pressing issues.
- Meetings with leaders of prominent companies and private tours to get an in depth understanding of how global business operates in various industries.
The impressive list of Kairos Mentors includes William J. Clinton (41st President of the United States of America), Bill Gates, Sr. (Co-Chair, The Gates Foundation), Ellen Kullman (CEO, DuPont), Bob Berkowitz (Former White House Correspondent), Phil Condit (Former Chairman & CEO, Boeing Co.), Admiral William Owens (Former Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff), Duncan Niederauer (CEO, New York Stock Exchange), and many more.
View full information about the Kairos Global Summit 2011 [pdf].