On January 12th, 2023, fylí was thrilled to join Logictry for World Logic Day in Austin, Texas at the Long Center 🎉! The day was filled with programming, the UN Global Award showcase, and closing party. World Logic Day was created by the United Nations stating that Logic can help solve some of humanity’s most pressing challenges from climate change prevention to poverty.
The United Nations selected Logictry as one of just 5 US partners to host World Logic Day in partnership with UNESCO, the CIPSH, KFG Foundation, and NOVA Impact. World Logic Day takes place in over 62 countries to help promote better collaboration and world peace in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This year Logicty also hosted the UN Global Impact, Climate, and Tech Showcase as well as the official UN closing party. ESG leaders, UN team members, Global and Local organizations, diverse founders, next gens in impact, and family offices gathered from Austin and from around the world to celebrate a better, more peaceful world through shared Logic.
For more information about the UN’s World Logic Day visit: http://wld.cipsh.international/wld2023.html.
Logictry featured Logic in a variety of industries such as technology, philanthropy, venture, impact, innovation, sustainability, education, fashion, and more. We had the opportunity to host a fantastic panel focused on gender equity and the economic empowerment of women 💪.
fylí’s Panel: “Resources & Opportunities for Women to Rise”
The fylí tribe brought together top entrepreneurs, funders, and corporate leaders to discuss the economic empowerment of women. This included a women’s ability to participate equally in existing markets, access to work, and increased voice, agency and participation in economic decision making. Women’s economic empowerment boosts productivity, increases economic diversification and income equality. The panel covered available resources, stories of personal resiliency, and strategies to pave the way for a more equitable future.
⭐️ Janice Omadeke, Exited CEO and Founder, The Mentor Method
⭐️ Sheena Paul, Chief Operating Officer at World Class Holdings
⭐️ Karen Dixon, Regional Managing Director of Truist Bank
⭐️ Eunice Ajim, Founding Partner at Ajim Capital
⭐️ Sarah Larson Levey, Founder & CEO of Y7 Studio
Moderator: Jaclynn Brennan, CEO of fylí
Watch the highlight reel on IG
If you missed out, you can watch the full replay of all the panels on Logic.Wiki’s site!
fylí is incredibly grateful for:
“A successful partnership for Logictry is one where we are able to amplify one another’s missions and visions while working together to create a more peaceful and collaborative world. We are very fortunate to have built a robust network of experts, decision makers, and advisors. As a result, we often rely on our trusted community to help determine who best to partner with. Each of our core partners and sponsors for World Logic Day came from long term engagements and recommendations from our broader networks.Dream as big with your partnership goals as you do with innovating for your company. We often think about how partners can benefit and or help us achieve our company goals, but instead should also consider how we can better solve problems, provide solutions, and effect real change together.” –Chris Fronda, CLO of Logictry
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