Travis Goes to Denmark!

by Cody Chapin, Marketing & Communications Coordinator
| Jul 21, 2017

unleash un 2017 blog 300 widthTravis Mears, GSBA's Director of Development & Scholarship Programs, was selected as one of Microsoft's sponsored talents to participate in UNLEASH, a global innovation lab that brings together people from all over the world to transform 1,000 personal insights into hundreds of ideas and build lasting global networks around the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This year, the event takes place in and near Copenhagen, August 13-21.

UNLEASH accepts top talents aged 20-35 who demonstrate commitment to solving the world’s most pressing challenges, possess a creative and innovative mindset, have a proven track record of making contributions to solving social causes, willingness to engage in co-creation with peers and experts, and have the language proficiency needed to engage in complex discussions.

UNLEASH chooses different themes annually within the SDGs to work on. This year, seven themes have been chosen: Education & ICT, Energy, Food, Health, Sustainable Consumption and Production, Urban Sustainability, and Water. Travis has been chosen as part of Microsoft's Business and Corporate Responsibility organization's efforts to sponsor the Education/ICT/Accessibility track.

The Sustainable Development Goals are part of the largest global partnership agreement and development plan for the planet ever made. It was agreed upon by all UN member states in September 2015 and consist of 17 goals and 169 targets. The goals ultimately aspire to create a better, more inclusive and more prosperous world by 2030.

Congratulations Travis for being selected to be part of this monumental global initiative! Stay tuned to GSBA's social media feeds in August, where he will be posting from Denmark! Visit Unleash.org to learn more about the program.


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