To launch the GES ShortTalk series, Jake Nickell of Threadless, and Melissa Elliott of Standby Task Force advised GES delegates and staffers how to harness group energy to create social change.
Jake Nickell of Threadless, advised the crowd to “use your hobbies to do good. You never know what it will turn into. You never know what will happen.”
Melissa Elliott of Standby Task Force also emphasized the power of a single individual. “Every individual can make a difference; they just have to stand up and start.”
Be confident, and do something to start change in the world around you.