Educate young people about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) via original artistic work, non-profit partnerships, and socially conscious sponsors. It's important we stay mindful of our day to day actions on an individual level. Many may feel large-scale global issues are fated — but they don’t have to be. If we can use our collective voices & talents for social/environmental change, we can change our culture, which will change our world.

 
 

 We believe the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and creativity are the key to mobilizing young people in taking action  against the global challenges we face; including those related to all forms of inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, and social justice.

The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals serve as a blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. Each goal is significant, and in order to leave no one behind, everyone should do their part. History has shown all artists serve as a catalyst for impact through expression, civil engagement, and education in order to do their part to achieve these goals.

WHY THE UNITED NATIONS' 17 SuSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS?
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JONATHAN LICHTMAN

Corporate Attorney and President of LN Development LLC

 

LEE PELTON

President of Emerson College

LU ANN REEB

Entrepreneur, Two-time Emmy Award-winning TV

Executive Producer & Associate Chair/Director of

Business Studies/Entrepreneurship at Emerson College

ALYSIA REINER

Actress on Netflix series "Orange is the New Black" 

& Producer of "Equity"

PAM ROTHENBERG

Business Lawyer & Managing Partner of

"Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP" Washington D.C.

ERIN SCHRODE

Environmental Consultant/Speaker & Co-Founder of

“Teens Turning Green” & ran for Congress in California District 2

MARCI ZAROFF

Leading Pioneer in ECOfashion 

Founder of “EcoFashionCorp"

DAVID ALAN BASCHE

Actor on TV Land's "The Exes" & Emerson College Alum

 

RICK BRATMAN

Founder/CEO of the largest action sports event and TV

production company in the US, "ASA Entertainment"

 

THOMAS COOPER

Visual & Media Arts Professor at Emerson College

MARISSA FEINBERG

Chief Storyteller/Founder of "Triple Bottom Why"

PR/Marketing Consultant

ROBERT FRIEND

Vice President, Business Development & Consulting

at "Patron Technology"

 

JEFF GREENHAWT

Chairman of Emerson’s Board of Trustees

JODI WILINSKY HILL

Strategic Consultant & Director of Sponsorship

for "Clean Green Music Machine"

CONTACT US!

WE LOOK FORWARD TO MAKING AN IMPACT WITH YOU

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