When:
Monday, Oct 02, 2017 12:00p -
1:00p

Where:
Impact Hub Boston
50 Milk Street - 15th Floor
Boston, MA 02109

Admission:
FREE

Categories:
Business, Festivals & Fairs, Innovation, Lectures & Conferences, Meetup, Social Good

Event website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/impactfest-food-for-thought-advancing-change-through-public-narrative-tickets-37771119435

Start off Impact Hub's week of social impact events at ImpactFest with an engaging "Food For Thought on Advancing Change through Public Narrative" with Abel Cano. We will discuss how to tell our own stories and better understand others to advance change through action while also exploring how to create unity from diversity. Food For Thoughts are casual brown bag lunch discussions around a particular social impact topic.




This event is a part of ImpactFest, our first week-long celebration of our community’s impact, of the strength of our social impact ecosystem in Boston, and of our fourth birthday at Impact Hub Boston. Learn from current members, Impact Hub alum, and other local social entrepreneurs about their work on pressing social and environmental issues and lessons from their entrepreneurial journeys. Contribute your skills to projects making a better Boston at Open Project Night. Discuss pivotal cultural issues of our times and the roles we have in resolving them. Celebrate our fourth birthday as a community and home for social impact in Boston, and help imagine the local issues we might work together to tackle into the future. Build your network into a community.

Join us: October 1-6, 2017. See the full ImpactFest events listing here: boston.impacthub.net/impactfest

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