TeenTechSF GLOBAL Youth Summit & World Pitch
"Teens Helping Teens through Tech" sponsored by:
Congratulations to our World Pitch winners who developed tech solutions to community problems from teen suicide to LGBT support. ICYMI: Check out details from this year's event here!
"Tech for Global Impact" Livestream @Salesforce
- Keynote by Evernote CTO and UN Academic Impact Advisor, Dave Engberg
- On-the-ground reports on Tech & Global Citizenship from:
- PARIS: Mission Laique Francaise Executive Director, Jean-Christophe Deberre
- ISTANBUL: Microsoft Corporate Vice President -- Middle East & Africa, Ali Faramawy
- AMMAN: Senator Haifa Najjar, Upper House of Jordanian Parliament
- NEW YORK: United Nations International School Executive Director, Jane Camblin
- TeenTech Civic Hackathon World Pitch Finals, lead judge Technovation Global Partners Director Madhavi Bhasin
- Hands-on workshops for students at "Salesforce U" by Salesforce, Microsoft, MakeSchool, and Singularity tech leaders
- "Reinventing School" Global EdTech panel with representatives from the public and private sectors, including the Gates Foundation
- Onsite events: TeenTechSF@Salesforce HQ, cloud-computing giant and 4x Forbes' "World Most Innovative Company"
- Concurrent events at TeenTechNY@Microsoft Times Square New York and TeenTechWA@TheLivingComputerMuseum Seattle.
TOP 8 TEAMS & WORLD PITCH JUDGING PANEL
1st Place: Project Voicepedia Deja Jackson, Noah Medina, Michael Royzen; 2nd Place Project EduVoice Amethyst Baumgartner, Tania Kiryukhin, Stacy Phan, Shreya Puli, Kaysie Yu; 3rd Place: Project perCv Sofia Albrecht, Zoe Friedland; Best First Time Hacker Award: Project Amal Ahliyyah School for Girls; Finalists: Project Do That Homework Ben Ha, Alex Shortt; Project Flyer Robert Liu, Jimmy Qiu, Ronald Shi; Project SmartShelter Keenan Van Deusen, Thomas Nielsen; Project OpenDoors Polina Florova, Anna He, Jarrett Mao
Judges: Technovation Global Partners Dir Madhavi Bhasin, Microsoft Developer Evangelist/FIRST Robotics Christine Matheney, Bay Area Teen Science Founder/UC Berkeley Dan Zevin, World Affairs Council Board of Trustees Maggie Cox, Peace Corps Technology Transfer Bob Asadorian, Resilience Challenge Founder/Singularity Libby Falck, TeenTechSF Founder & Global Chair/Stanford Marc Robert Wong