FLYNN COLEMAN is a writer, international human rights attorney, public speaker, professor, and social innovator. Flynn has written extensively on issues of global citizenship, the future of work and purpose, emerging technologies, political reconciliation, war crimes, human and civil rights, innovation and design for social impact, and improving access to justice and education.
Her forthcoming book on the future of artificial intelligence, human rights, and humanity will be published in fall 2019.
She speaks five languages, and her wanderings have taken her from rebuilding homes and schools in New Orleans and Fiji, to distributing gifts to children in Haiti and school supplies in Guatemala and Ethiopia, to teaching How to Make a Difference in a Mongolian yurt in the English countryside, to huffing up Mount Kilimanjaro with her dad, to zodiac boating in Alaska with her mom.
Community architect. Integrative performance facilitator. International speaker.
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Co-Founder & Executive Director, Conveners.org
Founder & CEO at UCOT.
CEO & Founder, iO Corp.
Chief Instigator, Instigation Protocol.
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Impact Investing and Entrepreneurship Thought Leader. Founding Director, REDF and Larkin Street Services.
EdTech and Connected Play Designer. Co-founder & Chief Design Officer at Vai Kai
Partner at KNOWEAUX Applied Futures.
Director, Social impact & Innovation at the University of California San Diego
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COO & Co-founder, WarOnCancer.
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