Good Discovery(s) Diaries, May 24. 2021

Priya Parker, author of “The Art of Gathering,” believes the After-Coronavirus economy presents opportunities for event producers to create something new.

Priya Parker, author of “The Art of Gathering,” believes the After-Coronavirus economy presents opportunities for event producers to create something new.

I’m an inventive marketing professional who’s led creative teams to design, build, and implement interactive events, including Good Discovery(s), an annual festival celebrating innovators working from the bottom up to impact their communities for good. 

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What I’m Learning:

Reconvene By Eventbrite: “The Art of Gathering” Author Priya Parker with Julia Hartz

Priya Parker, author of “The Art of Gathering” and founder of “Thrive Labs,” joins Eventbrite CEO Julia Hartz for an inspiring conversation around the heightened purpose of gathering during the waning days of the Coronavirus. Parker helps launch the virtual Reconvene summit by encouraging experience designers and event producers to ask themselves why they’re producing their events and why people choose to attend them. Parker answers her questions concisely. We gather because we need each other. Gatherings are moments that bind people. They are opportunities to share your purposes and values with others. Parker believes that designing experiences in the After-Coronavirus economy presents opportunities for event producers to learn from past missteps and create something new. Listening to Parker talk about the purposes behind experiences is transformative. It also makes one excited about the next wave of events. 

“What does your invitation say? It’s not just logistics about the date, time, and place. The invitation tells a story.” – Priya Parker, author of “The Art of Gathering.”

Angle Bush, Founder, Black Women in Artificial Intelligence, speaks at Adweek Elevate AI about working to create more tech opportunities in underrepresented communities.

What I’m Streaming:

Adweek Elevate AI: Empowering, Educating, Engaging and Embracing: Black Women in Artificial Intelligence. Angle Bush, founder, Black Women in Artificial Intelligence; Lauren Cole, program manager, talent acquisition, diversity, and inclusion, Capital One; Shannon Miller, senior editor of creativity and representation, Adweek.

Angle Bush, founder, Black Women in Artificial Intelligence; helps bring the Adweek Elevate AI summit to a close with an essential conversation with Lauren Cole, program manager, talent acquisition, diversity, and inclusion, Capital One; and Shannon Miller, senior editor of creativity and representation, Adweek, on the topic of increasing opportunities and representation of Black women in the fields of artificial intelligence. Bush and Cole are collaborating to create partnerships in tech and expand the talent pipeline, but they agree that there’s more work to be done in underrepresented communities. More tech companies are prioritizing diversity and inclusion when it comes to hiring. It’s exciting to see Bush and Cole build a growing community of Black female scientists in Artificial Intelligence. 

“AI is the fourth industrial revolution, and you cannot have a revolution without Black women.” – Angle Bush, Founder, Black Women in Artificial Intelligence.

What I’m Sharing:

People for Bikes May Bike Challenge 

There’s still time to complete five rides or more towards a May Bike Month Challenge with People for Bikes. You’ll earn Community Patches and a chance to win a Stromer ST1 Electric Bike. You’ll also promote equitable transportation, safe mobility networks, diversity, and inclusion in the two-wheel community. Learn more at PeopleForBikes.org 

News:

Winners announced for the 25th Annual Webby Awards 

Celebrating its 25th year, The Webby Awards honor individuals, organizations, and projects producing excellent content on the Internet. During an online award show featuring activist and actress Jameela Jamil, the 2021 Webby Awards recognized creative web content helping people stay connected during Coronavirus. Webby honorees include Dr. Anthony Fauci for using digital and social media to share factual COVID-19 information with masses of people, and Manjusha Kulkarni, Cynthia Choi, and Russell M. Jeung, co-founders of Stop AAPI Hate, a digital platform tracking and responding to incidents of hate and discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States. 

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