Julia Levy is the Founder of Side Project Studios, a coaching and consulting firm championing ideas into action. She fell in love with side projects over a decade ago and shared why at TEDxEmory in 2019. Her projects have been featured in Forbes, Inside Edition, Huffington Post and The Atlanta Journal Constitution. She’s taught classes at The Brooklyn Brainery, produced and performed in a comedy show at the People’s Improv Theater in New York City and built community for the Communications Network. Currently, she’s building Tradition Kitchens to transform kitchens into classrooms, Peach and Prosperity to produce a podcast with stories of Georgia and National Muffin Day to foster a philanthropic food holiday helping people experiencing homelessness. She graduated from Orbital, a studio for building networks, housed in Kickstarer’s former headquarters in New York City and led by Gary Chou.
Join us for a panel discussion to explore the emerging landscape of "Digital Philanthropy".
Digital Philanthropy Panel
A conversation on how technology has fueled a bottom-up approach to giving and the role of the resulting grassroots communities.
Jumpstart Your Side Project Dream
Think like a designer, create like an artist and experiment like an engineer in this interactive workshop.