Don’t Miss the 2011 Social Good Summit

by Colleen Rugg

Join the entire My SMN team for the 2nd annual Social Good Summit in New York City in only 50 days! This 4 day conference is brought to you by Mashable, 92Y and the United Nations Foundation and includes many of the most influential and powerful leaders in the world today. Taking place in Manhattan on the Upper East Side from September 19-22, 2011, this is an event packed full of fresh-new ideas on many of the issues facing our world.  This is your chance to join the conference LIVE online or in person and help spread the message to millions across the world via Facebook, Twitter, and the dozens of other social media outlets.  With an overall goal of sharing the collective message, the 2011 Social Good Summit is expected to reach millions on viewer online.

Watch the YouTube video posted by Mashable about the 2011 Social Good Summit at and for more online conversations search the hash tag: #socialgood

Tickets are available to participate online for FREE or for $30.00 per day in person at the NYC event. Registering early online for the event is highly recommended and can be done at at or directly at

My SMN’s Kristian Zaspel at the Mashable Awards in Vegas January 2011

Below is a list of world leaders who will be joining the event to help find solutions for many of the world’s toughest challenges in order to help make the world we live in a better place for everyone.  For additional information you can always contact us directly at or by calling the My SMN team at 877.576.9766.

Lance Armstrong

Ronit Avni

Matthew Bishop

Asi Burak

Kathy Calvin

Pete Cashmore

Beth Comstock

Ami Dar

Abigail E. Disney

Brian Gott

Tamara Gould

David Jones

Nancy Lublin

Simon Mainwaring

Alec Ross

Raj Shah

Peter Sims

Ted Turner

Doug Ulman

Elie Wiesel

Muhammad Yunus


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