Upcoming dialogue on “Service as a Solution”
Join us October 10-12, 2010, for an important dialogue on “Service as a Solution.”
As a Premier Partner to IBM’s upcoming Service Jam, the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship is pleased to extend an invitation to participate in this exciting event.
IBM’s Service Jam will bring together nonprofit organizations, corporations, academic institutions, government agencies and individuals from over 70 countries to engage in an important dialogue around “Service as a Solution.” Through IBM’s Jam technology, participants will collaborate virtually to generate breakthrough ideas that will redefine service and social innovation for the future.
Service Jam is a unique opportunity for you to connect with prominent leaders and network with other volunteers in the social sector. This virtual event provides a platform for you to share your experiences in community service, voice opinions and gather new ideas and techniques for your organization and volunteer programs. This is your chance to take an active role in helping to solve some of the world’s toughest challenges.
Register Now to reserve your ‘virtual’ seat! Participation is free. Space is limited and is ‘first come – first serve’. https://www.collaborationjam.com/minijam3/service/registration/
Once you’ve registered, you can participate from anywhere around the world at any time most convenient to you during Oct 10-12. Visit www.ibm.com/servicejam for more information about Service Jam and further Host updates!
During the Jam, registered participants will have the rare opportunity to converse with distinguished global leaders. Below are the Service Jam featured Guests and Hosts!
FEATURING SPECIAL GUESTS:
George H.W. Bush, 41st President of the U.S.
Ray Chambers, United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Malaria
Harris Wofford, Senator Pennsylvania
Michael Nutter, Mayor City of Philadelphia
Jean Case, CEO,The Case Foundation
Sam Palmisano, President and CEO, IBM
DISCUSSION FORUMS & HOSTS:
Quantum Leaps in Service
Helene Gayle, President & CEO, CARE USA
John Bridgeland, President & CEO, Civic Enterprises,
Stan Litow, VP, Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs, IBM
Steve Gunderson, President & CEO, Council on Foundations
The Digital Revolution in Service
Michael Brown, CEO & Co-Founder, City Year
Empowering the Individual
Gloria Rubio-Cortes, President, National Civic League
Michelle Nunn, CEO, Points of Light & Co-Founder, HandsOn Network
Increasing Value & Impact of Service
Deirdre White, President & CEO, CDC Development Solutions
Diana Aviv, President & CEO, Independent Sector
Alan Khazei, CEO & Founder, Be The Change
Measuring Social Impact
Marcia Ito, M.D., PhD, State Technology Education Center Paula Souza, Brazil
Patrick Corvington, CEO, Corporation for National & Community Service
Progress through Collaboration
Jane Jamieson, Vice President, Digital Opportunity Trust, Turkey
Sidney E. Goodfriend, Chairman and Founder, American Corporate Partners
Global Challenges, Local Action
Ariel Kestens, Head of Support Services, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Chile
Jim Anderson, Cities of Service
If for any reason you are unable to register directly, please request an invite to Service Jam at http://www.ibm.com/ibm/responsibility/minijam/registration.html.