What Children Can Teach Us About Culture and Innovation
A 15-year-old boy solves a problem that has baffled oncology's top researchers. A group of children in a remote African village teach themselves how to hack into an Android tablet. A 14-year-old girl invents a solar-powered jug to purify water.
These are just a handful of examples of how youths across the globe are shaping the future of innovation.
Join us at our Jan. 28 luncheon for a discussion on what young people can teach us about fostering a culture of creativity and ingenuity in the workplace. Our discussion will be led by Nicola Smith, a founding member of Digital Divas and member of the technology committee for the Atlanta Chapter of Junior Achievement.
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About Nicola Smith:
Fascinated by new forms of communication and technology, Nicola Smith drives thought leadership around innovation. Her understanding of the compelling connection between technology and human behavior contribute to her digital marketing knowledge; in turn helping her play a role in identifying marketplace trends. Nicola has led strategy around first-to-market opportunities in social media, mobile marketing, content development and more.
Nicola serves on the technology committee for The Atlanta Children's Museum and the Atlanta Chapter of Junior Achievement. She is also a founding member of Digital Divas, a community organization focused on promoting and mentoring women in digital and technology based fields.