NYC Conference Report #TechonomyNYC

Techonomy NYC May 8-9, 2018

  • Economic Security Project's Chris Hughes discusses more than Facebook with David Kirkpatrick at Techonomy NYC, May 2018. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • Christina Sass of Andela documents her company's mission, which trains programmers in Africa, at Techonomy NYC. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • From left: Zoe Leavitt of CB Insights, David Rosenberg from AeroFarms, Gabe Blanchet of Grove Labs, and Farmers Business Network's Charles Baron talk food, agriculture, and its future at Techonomy NYC. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • The Creating a More Equitable Workplace panel at Techonomy NYC in May 2018. Moderator and author Rich Benjamin (far left) speaks with Sarah Gerber of Zero Gap, Gina Hadley from The Second Shift, and Tenshey's Maggie Chan Jones. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • Techonomy's David Kirkpatrick (left) and Columbia University's Jeffrey Sachs, champion of the U.N. SDGs, chat about economics, business, and the changes needed in the world today. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • U.S. Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang speaks to the audience on his platform at Techonomy NYC in May 2018. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • Microsoft's Brad Smith in conversation with David Kirkpatrick at Techonomy NYC in May 2018. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • Zoe Leavitt speaks about the future of food during her presentation at Techonomy NYC in May 2018. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • Dan Costa of PCMag and Vimeo's Anjali Sud discuss the future of video and media during their session at Techonomy NYC. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • Martin Sorrell during his conversation with David Kirkpatrick at Techonomy NYC in May 2018. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • David Kirkpatrick and Josh Kampel of Techonomy welcome attendees and speakers to Techonomy NYC. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • Speakers and other VIP guests mingle during the dinner prior to the conference. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

  • During the speakers' dinner, Techonomy's David Kirkpatrick and Johnson & Johnson's Lowinn Kibbey converse in advance of the conference. (Photo: Rebecca Greenfield)

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