Global Symposium – New York City 2017

New York City, September 28, 2017

Our 5th Global Symposium featured the premiere of our latest GD-IQ 2.0 analysis, a look at 2017 family films and was our first STEM event in New York City. Influencers including content creators, business leaders, actors, directors, media personalities, policy makers, engaged in meaningful dialogue around the empowerment of women and girls. Read More…

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Symposium Attendees

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Danelle Marqui Brown and symposium attendees

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Karishma Shah, Chief Catalyst, Google X

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Danelle Marqui Brown and symposium attendee

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Symposium Attendees

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Courtney McCarthy, Strategist of Computer
Science Education in Media, Google

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Madeline Di Nonno, CEO,
Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Mary Ellen Holden, Advisor/New York Council Lead,
Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Krishna Somandepalli, PhD Student, University of
Southern California (USC) Viterbi School of Engineering

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Krishna Somandepalli, PhD Student, University of
Southern California (USC) Viterbi School of Engineering

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Krishna Somandepalli, PhD Student, University of
Southern California (USC) Viterbi School of Engineering

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Panelists: Madeline Di Nonno; Danelle Marqui Brown, Founder, By Mnemosyne; JJ Johnson, Founding Partner, Sinking Ship Entertainment; Rita Karl, Executive Producer, PBS SciGirls, Managing Director of STEM Media & Education, Twin Cities PBS; Karishma Shah, Chief Catalyst, Google X

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Symposium Panelists

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Madeline Di Nonno and Danelle Marqui Brown

GDIGM Global Symposium NYC

Panelists: Madeline Di Nonno; Danelle Marqui Brown, Founder, By Mnemosyne; JJ Johnson, Founding Partner, Sinking Ship Entertainment; Rita Karl, Executive Producer, PBS SciGirls, Managing Director of STEM Media & Education, Twin Cities PBS; Karishma Shah, Chief Catalyst, Google X

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