Samira Khan works at the intersection of social innovation/impact + tech at Salesforce.org. Samira has worked across corporations, governments, and the social sector for nearly fifteen years on innovative solutions to solving some of society’s greatest challenges. She is especially interested in business model innovations for good. Her work spans the Americas, the Middle East, and Asia. She is a former strategy / management consultant. Samira is also passionate about topics related to gender and youth empowerment toward the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). She can be found @samiraakhan on Twitter and on LinkedIn.
A Schulich Scholar at McGill University, Caitlyn McConnell is studying a dual degree BA in economics and BMus in classical voice performance. Combining these two passions, she is currently conducting research in cultural economics, specifically in the performing arts. Caitlyn is an associate with the Montreal Social Value Fund, Quebec’s first student-led impact investing group, as well as the Editor-in-Chief of the McGill Business Review. She can be found at Caitlyn McConnell on LinkedIn.