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All of Us: A Networked Approach to Systemic Change

We know how to solve problems that can be tackled by individual organizations. Those that remain - like an education sector that struggles to get and keep great teachers, especially in STEM - require multi-organization, cross-sector collaborations. Grounded in network science, community mobilization and system mapping, two leaders of 100Kin10 will share tools and approaches that have mobilized hundreds of organizations to collectively solve problems that have largely evaded individual efforts.

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  1. Illuminate the best practices of successful network building and identify areas of strength and growth for building your own networks.
  2. Learn how to enable and support collaborative problem solving in networks and walk away with specific tools to be used in your own work.
  3. Develop a networked impact framework that includes key components like data collection, system mapping, trust building, and knowledge diffusion.


  • Talia Milgrom-Elcott, Co-Founder and Executive Director, 100Kin10
  • Yasmin Fodil, National Director of Community, 100Kin10


Adeline Medeiros, Associate Director of Community, 100Kin10

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  • Tags: stem & steam
  • Event: SXSW EDU
  • Format: Case Study
  • Track: Leadership
  • Level: Basic Understanding
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