Since 2011, we have grown in our promotion of sustainable agriculture as an economic development vehicle. We help amplify the voices of marginalized peoples through speaking engagements and articles. Key advocacy opportunities include:
- Challenge Camerounais, Business & Social Forum, Dortmund. Speaker 06.2014
- World innovation Forum- Speaker 11. 2013
- Social Enterprise Alliance- Competition Judge – Feature Speaker 11. 2013
- Passive Low Energy Architecture – Poster Presentation 09. 2013
- Africa reload: Migration & Innovation; Weimar, Germany ‒ Symposium speaker 07.2013
- International Aquaponics Conference- Membership 06. 2013 (link)
- Diaspora Business Conference; Den Haag, The Netherlands ‒ Exhibition invitee 06.2013
- Islamic Development Bank Annual Conference, Symposium Speaker 05. 2013
- MIT Sloan Africa Innovate Speaker + Innovation Contest Judge 03. 2013
- Structures For Inclusion, 03. 2013
- Eine Welt Landeskonferenz; Münster, Germany ‒ Panel speaker, 03.2013
- Hampton University, Architecture Lecture Series in 02. 2012
- Harvard University, Igniting Social Innovation Summit in Cambridge, MA USA. 10. 2011
- MIT Sloan Sustainable Development Conference. “Building the Future” in Cambridge, MA USA. 04.2011
- “From Kitchen Scraps to Healthy Food,” Digital Development Debates, Online Magazine for the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ). Hunger Issue- 10.
- Global Public Interest Design 100 List: Educator Profile, No. 74.
- ”Growing Food Anywhere,”Huffington Post by Atim Oton.
- “The Social Entrepreneurs of MIT School of Architecture + Planning: Maa-Bara,” SA+P, PLAN 80.
- “Project Niger Delta” by Joel Cornell in Architecture Leaders Today.
- “Students Focus on Worldwide Issues of Hunger,” by Deborah Chen. MIT Tech Newspaper