Join us at Impact Hub SF on August 17 & 18 for an unparalleled gathering of visionary thinkers, culture makers, and change agents coming together to cross-pollinate wisdom and take action on some of the most important subjects of our time.
Pollination 2019 is a fully participatory event and immersive hackathon featuring a wide range of expert contributors interacting both on and off-stage, collaborative labs, workshops, and skill sharing. Attend to build capacity among regenerative culture initiatives, and to learn practices you can implement in your company or community initiative.
Participatory design breakouts that work on real innovation needs among regenerative development communities.
Workshops and Skillshares
Learn from peer leaders and workshop ways to collaborate better together as an entrepreneurial ecosystem.
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Embodiment and the Arts
Pollination features several spaces to relax, get inspired, and connect with regenerative initiatives.
What is regenerative culture?
Read the Interview with Maya Zuckerman, emcee for Pollination 2019, and check out the video below.
Featured Talks & Speakers
Most sessions at Pollination are interactive! Leaders you’ll collaborate with include entrepreneurs, designers, social movement organizers and more.
Dr. Joan Ball
WOMBLab, St. John’s University
Joan will lead a workshop following the Future of Work panel discussion, to build skills for navigating flux.
Social Innovation Collective
Mansi will introduce five qualities for forming regenerative relationships, to set our compass together for the weekend. She is the lead designer of Pollination Labs, bringing her experience working around the world with social innovation teams from MIT, Stanford, Ashoka and more.
Jessica designed the Pollination logo and the cover illustration on Bloom’s homepage. She’ll be present in discussions sharing her visions for collective liberation.
Leading Through Connection
Uvinie’s keynote will anchor participants in compassionate leadership to improve how we communicate, interact with others, and take action.
Is reducing single-use plastics in our lives a gateway to regenerative cultures? Join Manuel’s workshop to play and discover. Manuel teaches regenerative entrepreneurship at UC Berkeley and other business schools around the world.
Vice President and Research Director, Co-Intelligence Institute
Tom has been researching wiser democracy practices for the last 40 years. He will share his knowledge of tools for more effective and inclusive decision making, as well as host an immersive workshop to prototype solutions for migration.
Transmedia Producer and Emcee for Pollination
Maya writes about regenerative cultures and the role of myth and narrative. She leads start-up teams as head of operations, and bridge-walks across Hollywood, tech, and nature based communities. She will facilitate the opening and closing stage each day to set shared context.
This event is limited to 250 participants total. Register today to secure your place at Pollination 2019.