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Presentation: Millennials for Change: Transforming the Inner City?
In today’s data-driven society it’s imperative that those who are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion must be at the forefront of utilizing data and technology to scale impact and measure accurately to address social issues. We want to continue to build a movement that is multi-generational, multicultural, and inclusive in our service. Not only do we want to build an institution that's focused on providing services but we want to ensure our impact is measured effectively using available data and technology. We want to alleviate poverty through digital tools and increase awareness through targeted online advertising and increasing support through digital fundraising.
This issue is relevant to other leaders because it answers one of today’s most pertinent questions around the role of data and technology in addressing social issues. As our society consistently is transforming and is being impacted by artificial intelligence, augmented reality, advanced robotics, and much other new technology we must strive to solve the most basic issues we have in today’s world which is access to food, water, and shelter. Many nonprofits and initiatives to fight against poverty are lost when it comes to understanding what role these new technologies play in effectively alleviating poverty and solving social issues. In this talk, Arbazz will highlight how using these technologies we can begin to solve issues within our own community and society at large.
Presented by: Arbazz Nizami, Sahaba Initiative
Arbazz is an award-winning higher education marketer and social entrepreneur. He is Founding President of Sahaba Initiative, a nonprofit he began at the age of 17 to provide low-income families with financial assistance, food and a support network to overcome poverty in San Bernardino, the second largest poorest county in the US. His organization has provided over 500,000 meals and over $450,000 to low income families. He was named to California 30 Under 30 list for his role as a game-changer and influencer among Millennials creating social change among diverse communities.
In 2018, Sahaba Initiative was recognized as the 2018 California Nonprofit of the year. That same year he led an online campaign to purchase a building that now serves as our headquarters to provide services and has also partnered with several nonprofits to house their effort in the building. Arbazz focuses on building innovative solutions across racial, religious, and socioeconomic divides to confront the challenges of poverty and disenfranchisement in the Inland Empire.
Most recently Arbazz was nominated to join the Martin Luther King Jr Foundation board of directors to prepare global citizens to create a more just, humane, and peaceful world using Dr. King’s nonviolent philosophy and methodology. Among his awards are the 2019 American Marketing Association for Higher Ed Marketer Team of the Year, American Advertising Federation's 2016 Young Achiever of the Year Award, the 2018 California Nonprofit of the Year award for Sahaba Initiative. In 2015 Arbazz created Young Inspirers, the largest network of Muslim young professionals of Southern California
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Topic: AFP IE Presentation - Arbazz Nizami
Time: Oct 20, 2020 09:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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