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Monday, March 11 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Changing Lives Through Collaborative Video Storytelling

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Video is a powerful way to tell and share stories. Organizations around the globe are finding innovative ways to use collaborative video storytelling to make a difference in the world. With the explosion of online video sharing, high quality video cameras built into mobile phones and more accessible video editing tools, video as a medium for sharing ideas and telling compelling stories has never been so available and easy.
In this session, representatives from the Qatar Foundation and the Global Women’s Empowerment Network will share how they have used these new video tools to bring together a global community and affect change. You'll learn about specific tools and techniques for doing this on a small budget, with limited infrastructure. Through their examples you will find new ways to share your message and inspire any audience.
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Tess Cacciatore

Chief Operations OfficerGlobal Women's Empowerment NetworkTess Cacciatore is an award-winning producer, videographer, journalist and social entrepreneur who has dedicated her life advocating for peace, justice and equality around the globe.
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Christopher Dubia

Sr Education Technology AdvisorQatar Foundation InternationalChris is an accomplished artist, educationalist, environmental activist and innovator. He currently serves an Education Technology Advisor to various organizations across the globe.
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Mark Floisand

VP Sales & MktgWeVideoMark Floisand is VP, Sales & Marketing, with WeVideo, an online video editing company based in Palo Alto, CA. Mark is a seasoned executive with over twenty years' global experience in the high-tech sector, spanning blue chip and start-up companies across three... Read More →

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