Be A Feast Scholar at the Feast Conference NYC


World shaking change returns this year to New York City October 14-16 through The Feast. The Feast guarantees “to gather the world’s greatest innovators from across industries and society to empower, inspire and engage each other in creating world-shaking change.”

Last year I couldn’t make it due to another conference engagement (the fall is such a busy time) but this year it’s top of my list and I can’t wait. Jerri Chou and Mike Karnjanaprakorn (also founders of All Day Buffet and TBD) are amazing innovators with a tremendous network and I’m looking forward to connecting with like-minded people and having creative and thought-provoking conversations about, well, just about everything.

This year they’ve added an extra element of learning by introducing Feast Scholars. Three Feast Scholars will receive a ticket to the conference and great opportunities to network with speakers and participate in a unique way. So my question to you is are you making the world a better place? Do all of your friends and colleagues stare in awe at all the remarkable things you’ve accomplished? Need an extra boost in some network skills? If any of these are you, or someone you know, encourage them to be a Feast Scholar! Apply here. Deadline is Wedneday September 22nd and scholars will be announced on September 29th.

You can also still buy tickets to the conference and if you’re feeling generous micro-sponsor another person/organization to attend as well.

Hope to see you at The Feast!

Sloane Berrent
Sloane Berrent is a cause-based marketing and social branding consultant, nonprofiteer and budding social entrepreneur. She uses social media, product evangelizing, fundraising and community development services to help for-profit and nonprofit companies with a focus on social action campaigns. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, she has lived in Burlington VT, Boston MA, Rome Italy, and Los Angeles, CA. She spent 2009 as a digital nomad, traveling the world experiencing life and volunteering including stints in South America, New Orleans and three months in the Philippines as a Kiva Fellow.

She co-created “Cause It’s My Birthday” a campaign to raise money (over $19k to date) and awareness for malaria prevention in Ghana. Sloane moved to New Orleans as her new home at the end of 2009 and co-launched NOLAlicious, a weekly newsletter of events in New Orleans. She was recently named the citizen journalist to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland for the MySpace and The Wall Street Journal communities. Her consulting practice, Answer With Action, focuses on strategic integrated marketing consulting. She speaks frequently on building community and blogs at The Causemopolitan.
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