At the World Economic Forum week in Davos, the Mia, Mission Impact Academy hosted a global leadership roundtable focused on the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to advance social causes. Global champions and leaders joined Mia's co-founder Tarja Stephens, including Bleu Blakslee, Mary Carbajal, Melissa Stires, and Sheila Rose, for a roundtable that explored AI's role in the non-profit sector.
Bleu Blakslee pointed as Mia's Non-Profit AI Working Group Chair
The AI Leadership Roundtable also marked the introduction of Bleu Blakslee, Senior Advisor- Emerging Markets/Philanthropy Partners of Save the Children as the Chair of Mia's Non-Profit AI Working Group. This group aims to help non-profits use AI effectively. With Blakslee's experience and passion for AI, she's set to steer the group towards impactful initiatives.
Bleu Blakslee, Senior Advisor- Emerging Markets/Philanthropy Partners, Save The Children
Bleu Blakslee's deep background in non-profits and her leadership in AI make her the perfect leader for this group. With her leadership, the Mia Non-Profit AI Working Group is ready to facilitate more discussions on the use of AI for social good
"With Bleu Blakslee leading our Non-Profit AI Working Group, her expertise is key to our mission of using AI for social good. We welcome Bleu to our new AI Working Group and are excited to work together, leveraging her expertise to drive forward our mission of harnessing AI for social good." Tarja Stephens, Co-founder of Mia, Mission Impact Academy
Mia AI Working Groups launched in 2024
The introduction of the Mia AI Working Groups marks a significant milestone in the company's initiative to connect AI with the non-profit sector.
The Mia AI Working Groups launch is a key step in linking AI with the non-profit sector, promoting collaboration, learning, and innovation. Led by experts like Bleu Blakslee, these groups are focused on simplifying AI for social good organizations.
The initiative aims to create a community where professionals exchange knowledge and grow, offering specific educational programs and encouraging teamwork. This effort prepares for an era where AI is essential for social innovation, enhancing non-profit capabilities and impact.
At the core of the Mia AI Working Groups is a commitment to building a vibrant community where professionals can connect, share insights, and grow together. By offering tailored learning opportunities and fostering a culture of collaboration, we're setting the stage for a new era where AI becomes a cornerstone of social innovation.
Benefits joining the Mia AI Working Groups:
Community Building: Creating a supportive network where professionals can connect, exchange ideas, and collaborate on projects. This community will serve as a foundation for sharing AI knowledge and best practices, fostering a culture of innovation and mutual support.
Education and Training: Offering tailored educational programs and workshops that are specifically designed to meet the unique needs of the non-profit sector. These opportunities will help demystify AI technologies, making them more accessible and applicable to social impact initiatives.
Innovation in Action: Encouraging the practical application of AI within non-profits to solve real-world challenges. Through hands-on projects and collaborative efforts, members can see firsthand how AI can enhance their work and increase their impact.
Networking Opportunities: Providing platforms for professionals to build meaningful connections with peers and industry leaders. These relationships will not only enrich the members' professional lives but also strengthen the non-profit sector's ability to leverage AI for good.
If you're inspired to dive deeper into the world of AI for social good and are interested in joining our new Mia AI Working Groups, we'd love to hear from you! Feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can become a part of our new initiatives.
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