Date: June 15, 2022 

Time: 6:00 pm EDT

Just back from his second solo mission on behalf of his relief effort, First Aid Kits for Ukraine, Steven Palmer,  Director of Corporate Relations  at MIT, will share how this grass roots initiative for the medical community in Ukraine, grew to involve church officials, ambassadors, law enforcement, and economic policy makers, and how a former intelligence officer in the US Government now finds himself inserted into the middle of the war, connecting ground truth to decision makers.
Moderated by GCNYC alumna, Charcy Evers, join us for an evening of insight and inquiry into Ukraine and see how a ripple of individual impact, can swell into collective action. 
Steven Palmer is the Director of Corporate Relations within MIT’s Office of Corporate Relations (OCR). Steve has many years of experience building relationships, advancing diplomacy, and seeking new business initiatives in both the public and private sectors. He has spent his career highlighting and translating technological issues for policy makers, engineers, analysts, and business leaders. Steven has worked in government, industry, and academia in the U.S. and abroad. He is also an Executive Coach at MIT Sloan and Harvard Business School. Steve earned his Bachelor of Science at Northeastern University, and his M.B.A. at MIT Sloan where he was in the Fellows Program for Innovation and Global Leadership.
Charcy Evers is a future focused cultural strategist, social impact advocate, and writer/researcher, exploring the way cultural change, future forward thinking and design can be harnessed for the greater good of our souls, systems and society.

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