Social Impact Movement

LAST UPDATED: October 17, 2018
Civic Engagement
Social Impact Movement connects Miami to global topics, converging ideas, people, information, and resources related to the Sustainable Global Goals (SDGs) for Miami. We foment environments to boost social change linking and highlighting SDGs' initiatives taking place in Miami. Educating, creating events, workshops that facilitates an interactive dialogue among stakeholders from cross-sector industries. A curated social-info hub with topics related to: . SDGs information for Miami; . Impact stories; . Free courses and capacity building webinars; . Access to volunteering hubs and platforms; . Selection of curated TED talks and Youtube videos; . A space for browsing, discovering, sharing, learning about amazing people, mission-driven organizations, socially responsible entrepreneurs, government actions, and much more to inspiring you to join in our thriving Miami globally connected community! Our top meaningful engagement project started in May/2018, during the week of Connect Miami. #SDGsInMiami is an open channel for connecting Miami enterprises, citizens, and government to the Sustainable Development Goals, educating while fostering cross-sector dialogue among stakeholders. Sharing tables with hosts, dialoguing among proposed topics, and switching tables to learn another topic. With this specific format, it is the human interaction that creates the cultural environment for engaging in a nurturing dialogue.
1951 NW 7th Avenue
Ste 600
Miami, FL 33136

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CEO at Social Impact Movement
Vice President and Secretary
Associate at The Resourcefulness
Board Member
Vice President at Watson Institute
Board Member
Independent Production Manager & Consultant
Board Member
CEO at
Board Member
Managing Partner at Emergent Global Consulting


Claudia Akel
Marcelo Hallais
Business planning and web development
Monica Baron
Outreach and development
Andres Garcia Montoya
TI Development


This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.