Session: How Building More Inclusive Communities Creates Opportunities for Impact
Carrie Freeman will talk through her experience at SecondMuse where she is leading the company in important work that advocates for and advances women in and through technology. She can speak to various examples of progress in this regard, such as the GET Cities program with Pivotal Ventures. This program is building a more inclusive future in tech, aligning local tech and entrepreneurial ecosystems to support both short and long-term change. In addition to this, Carrie will be able to speak about how SecondMuse has been able to help entrepreneurs build innovations that serve women and breakthrough male-dominated spaces, such as advanced manufacturing.
- How building more inclusive communities creates opportunities for impact.
- By aligning local tech and entrepreneurial ecosystems, we can support both short and long-term change.
- Designing, developing, and implementing a mix of innovation programming & investing capital for positive change.
Carrie Freeman is Co-CEO of SecondMuse, an impact and innovation company that builds resilient economies. Since 2012, she has been steering the global company's approach to finding and nurturing innovators dedicated to social and environmental good, and building supportive ecosystems around them. Its mission aligns with Carrie's fundamental belief in the infinite capacity for humans to learn and grow, and the potential for inclusive markets and businesses to massively scale positive change. Prior to SecondMuse, Carrie spent 15 years at Intel in various management and leadership roles.