2017 Summer Conference & Hall of Fame Breakfast

Each year, over 200 diverse college students and young media professionals gather together at the Emma Bowen Foundation Summer Conference to take their first steps towards a career in the media and technology industries.



The 2017 Summer Conference took place from June 26 - June 30 in New York City

Visit our conference website for more information. There you can view:

  • Our Roster of Guest Speakers
  • Day by Day Agenda
  • Details on conference locations

 

Learn More

Each year, over 200 diverse college students and young media professionals gather together at the Emma Bowen Foundation Summer Conference to take their first steps towards a career in the media and technology industries.



The 2017 Summer Conference took place from June 26 - June 30 in New York City

Visit our conference website for more information. There you can view:

  • Our Roster of Guest Speakers
  • Day by Day Agenda
  • Details on conference locations

 

Learn More

The 2017 Hall of Fame Breakfast

On Tuesday, June 27th at 7:30 AM at Tribeca Three Sixty°, we inducted two of Emma Bowen Foundation's most influential leaders - Dennis Swanson and Phylis Eagle-Oldson - into the Emma Bowen Foundation Hall of Fame. 

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While we celebrated our legacy, we also looked to the future by honoring this year’s Emma Award winners and the 2017 Emma Bowen Students of the Year.

The 2017 Hall of Fame Breakfast

On Tuesday, June 27th at 7:30 AM at Tribeca Three Sixty°, we inducted two of Emma Bowen Foundation's most influential leaders - Dennis Swanson and Phylis Eagle-Oldson - into the Emma Bowen Foundation Hall of Fame. 

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While we celebrated our legacy, we also looked to the future by honoring this year’s Emma Award winners and the 2017 Emma Bowen Students of the Year.

2016 Conference Recap

2016 Conference Agenda  2016 Conference Recap

The Emma Awards

In 2016, the Emma Bowen Foundation recognized outstanding fellows with “Emma Awards” to reward their hard work and inspire others to follow their lead. The 2016 Emmas were awarded as follows:

  • The Emma for Courage –To Olivia Richard for her decision to go to Colorado to cover the GOP Debate no matter the obstacle to give her fellow students and community a hands-on look at the event.

  • The Emma for Storytelling – To Kally Kasulis for her work as a freelance journalist for the Boston Globe – she made it a goal of hers to win this award and wrote herself a letter at last year’s Link Conference pushing herself to be published this year, which she accomplished multiple times over. 

  • The Emma for Volunteerism – To Haleigh Hoskins, who spent her Spring Break in Ferguson, MO working to register people in the area to vote, then took her effort back to Atlanta, where she continues to work towards local voter registration.

  • The Emma for Innovation – To Marnice Davis, who developed a consulting business, Impact Inspiration LLC, to help walk high-school students through the scholarship application process.

  • The Emma for Ubuntu – To Ty Greenwood, who has worked tirelessly to promote diversity on campus throughout his time at Washington and Jefferson College, from challenging the theatre department to select more diverse works to joining the admissions department to push for greater diversity in incoming students.

  • The Emma for Influencing – To Murugi Thande, who helped to raise over $25,000 in donations for children in her local communities through a series of promotional videos that she helped to create.

 

 

2016 Conference Recap

2016 Conference Agenda  2016 Conference Recap

The Emma Awards

In 2016, the Emma Bowen Foundation recognized outstanding fellows with “Emma Awards” to reward their hard work and inspire others to follow their lead. The 2016 Emmas were awarded as follows:

  • The Emma for Courage –To Olivia Richard for her decision to go to Colorado to cover the GOP Debate no matter the obstacle to give her fellow students and community a hands-on look at the event.

  • The Emma for Storytelling – To Kally Kasulis for her work as a freelance journalist for the Boston Globe – she made it a goal of hers to win this award and wrote herself a letter at last year’s Link Conference pushing herself to be published this year, which she accomplished multiple times over. 

  • The Emma for Volunteerism – To Haleigh Hoskins, who spent her Spring Break in Ferguson, MO working to register people in the area to vote, then took her effort back to Atlanta, where she continues to work towards local voter registration.

  • The Emma for Innovation – To Marnice Davis, who developed a consulting business, Impact Inspiration LLC, to help walk high-school students through the scholarship application process.

  • The Emma for Ubuntu – To Ty Greenwood, who has worked tirelessly to promote diversity on campus throughout his time at Washington and Jefferson College, from challenging the theatre department to select more diverse works to joining the admissions department to push for greater diversity in incoming students.

  • The Emma for Influencing – To Murugi Thande, who helped to raise over $25,000 in donations for children in her local communities through a series of promotional videos that she helped to create.