SolEx, a new collaboration between The Resolution Project and MIT Solve, was a groundbreaking two-day program, immediately preceding United Nations General Assembly Week and the Solve Challenge Finals, convening our global communities of social innovators for an exchange of resources, learnings, and partnerships to create effective solutions to the world’s most pressing problems.
60 Resolution Fellows from around the world
60 Participants from the 2018 Solve Challenge Finals
Social sector leaders, investors, and corporate partners
Knowledge Sharing – Through Solution Sessions, Challenge Design Workshops, and Panels, Fellows and Finalists will rapidly ideate and learn from each other and experts to scale and transpose successful models
Partnership Acceleration – Fellows and Finalists will showcase their work to partners, investors, and the press at a networking and exhibition session
Individual Skills Development – Opportunities for Fellows and Finalists to build skills through mentoring sessions with experts
Community Building – Connections between Fellows, Finalists, and partners from the public and private sectors through discussion sessions, topic meals, and networking
2018 PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS:
Uzodinma Iweala, award-winning writer, filmmaker, medical doctor, and CEO of The Africa Center in New York.
Prabhjot Singh, Chair, Mount Sinai Health System.
Asha Varghese, Director, Global Health, GE Foundation.