With over 3,200 delegates, 300 speakers and facilitators and 40 hours of programming, the 2016 HOPE Global Forums | Annual Meeting became the largest gathering of leaders on behalf of poor and underserved communities around the world. We are pleased that the conversations started in Atlanta have generated robust social engagement around this critical issue.
In response, we are launching a series of Facebook communities to promote ongoing dialogue, engagement and commitments for change. These communities will serve as a platform for attendees, panelists, and anyone passionate about the issues we examined to share their thoughts. We will continue to unveil new communities daily over the course of the next six weeks.
Click a community, expand the conversation.
Comeback Cities: Detroit as a Case Study
Tonya Allen, The Skillman Foundation
Hon. Sandy Baruah, Detroit Regional Chamber
Kevyn Orr, City of Detroit
Hon. Gerald Rosen, U.S. District Court
Delivering Digital Inclusion
U.S. Secretary Julián Castro,
U.S. Department Housing and Urban Development
Impact Philanthropy: Pathways from Success to Significance
Bryan Breckenridge, Box.org
Rodney Bullard, Chick-fil-A
David Fuller, SunTrust Foundation
Reimagining the Urban Ecosystem
Sameera Fazili, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Tishaura Jones, City of St. Louis
Ceasar C. Mitchell, Atlanta City Council
Tameka Montgomery, U.S. Small Business Administration