WASHINGTON DC CHALLENGES 2015


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WASHINGTON DC CHALLENGES 2015


 
 
 

PAST CHALLENGES

 

Teams gather to hear from leading thinkers, who tackle some of our world's toughest issues. These leaders propose challenges to the teams,
asking them to create innovative solutions.

 

 

2015 WASHINGTON DC CHALLENGES

 

Chris Plutte

I challenge you, the students of Washington DC, to leverage technology and design a platform to engage with youth from around the world. This platform should be scalable and convince high school students, and society at large, that engaging with people from different cultures should be the norm.

Eric Dawson

I challenge you to unleash peace to counter the culture of violence present in all of our communities. By working with unlikely allies to identify a place of common hurt and disconnection, design a project that addresses it with creativity, humor, and courage.

Jose Andres

By focusing on the appetites of your generation, I challenge you to come up with an irresistible food concept that features all natural fruits, vegetables and sustainable meats and fish.

Jo- Ann Tan

I challenge you to create and test a business idea that will help address a problem of poverty within your community.

 

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CHARLES “LIL BUCK” RILEY,  & DAMIAN WOETZEL & ALFRE WOODARD

We challenge you to use art to preserve the cultural identities of your community and to collaborate with another community to celebrate your differences and similarities.

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JOSH BERNSTEIN

I challenge you to change our civilization’s relationship with water through community actions and initiatives.