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Thursday, November 12 • 10:33am - 11:03am
The World's First Wearable for Good

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American kids now spend the majority of non-school time - seven hours a day - in front of a TV screen or mobile device consuming content and playing games. But screens and devices are not necessarily bad, and some content and games can promote learning and health. The panel will discuss the insights that drove the development and scale-up of UNICEF Kid Power, which uses the world’s first wearable-for-good to gets kids moving by tapping into their inherent desire to help their peers.

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Robin Kim

Practice Head, Global Technology & Innovation, Ruder Finn
Robin leads the Global Technology & Innovation Practice for Ruder Finn, a leading communications consultancy. She is a 20-year industry veteran who was recently cited as one of the top 100 most influential tech PR executives in the world by a major trade publication. She has lived and worked in nine cities across the the U.S., Western Europe & the Middle East.

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Rajesh Anandan

Rajesh Anandan is an intrapreneur, entrepreneur and growth architect. Rajesh began his career at Microsoft and then joined Bain where he focused on business incubation and strategy. Rajesh has worked in the social sector for the past decade, most recently as co-creator of UNICEF Kid Power and co-founder of ULTRA Testing. Rajesh has a BSc & MEng in Computer Science from MIT.
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Sven Newman

Partner, Daylight
Sven Newman is a design thinker committed to social impact. He is a founder of Daylight, a design and innovation agency that helped create the UNICEF Kid Power digital experience. Prior to Daylight, Sven cut his teeth at IDEO and the Stanford d.School.

Thursday November 12, 2015 10:33am - 11:03am
Santa Monica Pier Summit Stage 200 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA

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