Christine S. Ntim Mentor and Alumni Honoree
@ Clinton Foundation
[October 1, 2017- Boston, USA] We are pleased to announce that Christine S Ntim has been selected for the inaugural launch of the CGI U Honor Roll – a roster of extraordinary alumni, who over the past decade, have made a significant impact through their Commitments to Action or personal and professional achievements. Prior to the honor, Christine was selected as a CGIU mentor for commitments dedicated to empowering girls and women. She was also featured in 2014 as one of the top 10 commitment makers for expanding local emerging markets for her work with Vendedy-the world’s leading platform connecting travelers to street markets and governments to informal economies.
Clinton Foundation Announcement
Students and experts will come together on Oct. 13-15, 2017, to turn ideas into action to address hurricane and disaster response, the opioid epidemic, relief for refugees and displaced populations, violence against women, and more.
Media accreditation is now open. To apply, please register online here: https://forms.clintonfoundation.org/view.php?id=125492.
BOSTON, Mass. — The 10th annual Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) meeting will bring together more than 1,000 university students and experts at Northeastern University, October 13-15, 2017, in Boston, Massachusetts.Since its first meeting, CGI U has brought together more than 8,700 students from more than 940 schools, 145 countries, and all 50 states.
In addition to President Bill Clinton, founder and chair of the Clinton Foundation, and Chelsea Clinton, vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, featured participants at CGI U 2017 will include: Mayor Martin J. Walsh, City of Boston; Joseph E. Aoun, president, Northeastern University; Madeleine K. Albright, former Secretary of State, chair of the Albright Stonebridge Group, chair of the National Democratic Institute; Daryl Davis, musician/race relations expert, Lyrad Productions; Paul E. Farmer, M.D., Ph.D., co-founder and chief strategist, Partners In Health, and Kolokotrones university professor of global health and social medicine, Harvard University; David Gergen, faculty director, Center for Public Leadership, Harvard Kennedy School; Alan Khazei, founder and CEO, Be The Change, Inc.; David Miliband, president and CEO, International Rescue Committee; Ibtihaj Muhammad, Olympic medalist, activist, and entrepreneur, Louella; Vivek Murthy, M.D., 19th Surgeon General of the United States; M.A. Sanjayan, CEO, Conservation International; Amy Ziering, documentary filmmaker, Chain Camera Pictures, among others.
Media moderators and partners include: Rebecca Adams, senior editor, Refinery29; and Amelia Harnish, senior features writer, Refinery 29; Bethany Heinrich, vice president of global content and community, and global head of Mogul Studios; Peter Hopkins, president and co-founder, Big Think; Adva Saldinger, associate editor, Devex Impact; and Max Schorr, co-founder and executive chairman, GOOD Inc.