The Impact movement's flagship event

October 18-20, 2021
12:00 am - 12:00 am
Virtual

Our flagship is the vanguard of the emerging global impact economy – convening ideas and capital to catalyze world change. The largest gathering of investors, entrepreneurs, and social impact leaders come together to accelerate progress against the world’s toughest challenges through market-based solutions.

SOCAP is the largest and most diverse impact investing community in the world.

We convene a global ecosystem and marketplace – social entrepreneurs, investors, foundation and nonprofit leaders, government and policy leaders, creators, corporations, academics and beyond –through live and digital content experiences that educate, spur collaboration, and inspire investment in positive impact. SOCAP unlocks the potential of markets to accelerate impact and have convened more than 100,000 people since our first event.

For more than 13 years, SOCAP Flagship has been the leading convener in the space.

3

Days

100

Sessions

250

Speakers

5000

Attendees

Driven by the global pandemic and social and racial justice movements, 2020 saw a surge in impact investing and interest in the impact economy. We saw an acceleration and amplification of many of the challenges facing our society which led to a push for more purposeful investments, primarily driven by younger generations and women. The past year also forced many of us to slow down in our personal lives, providing a moment to reflect, reimagine and redesign what a just and inclusive future looks like. How is the SOCAP community and impact industry radically collaborating to rise to the massive challenges facing societies? And how are we holding ourselves and each other accountable to contributing to the future we all aspire to? 

This year’s themes are intentionally broad. The challenges facing our society are complex; they are intersectional and none of them exist in a vacuum. None of the challenges can be solved without bringing everyone to the table-and we are intentionally designing SOCAP21 to include more voices and more perspectives in each and every conversation. Racial equity and representative voice will be woven into all of our themes and conversations. Artists and culture makers are critical to helping open up, surface and create durable solutions, we are adding their perspectives across our themes and discussions this year too.  Solutions will require cross-sectoral innovation from around the globe, whether revolutionary or more evolutionary. We want to hear from the SOCAP Community, and beyond, about how you are rethinking and reimagining a more inclusive future. 

Themes

Impact Investing 

Impact Investing is the umbrella that encompasses much of the work being done in the themes below. For that reason, with this category we are looking at fundamental industry questions.  What are the innovative investment mechanisms that are being developed to encourage investment into underserved populations? How are the core impact investing conversations evolving and being codified among an increasingly disparate field? How are we democratizing impact products to make impact investing more accessible? How can we address the tension between deploying capital with speed and intentionality? 

Equity and Inclusivity 

To build an economy centered on equity, justice, inclusion and impact, we need to continue to peel back what’s behind racism and decolonize economic structures. We need to look for the intersections and build bridges toward new possibilities, reimagining how capital flows. To ensure a just transition to a new society and economy, we must focus efforts on opportunities for women and girls, people of color, indigenous people, LGBTIQ people, people with disabilities, formerly incarcerated people, older or very young people. How are we including the lived experiences of underrepresented populations into building back better?  How are we supporting these leaders forging solutions?

Social Entrepreneurship 

At the core of a just and equitable economy are the founders providing impactful goods and services, creating high quality jobs, and driving innovation for underserved populations. Many of these small and midsize enterprises are in the midst of an unprecedented year full of challenges. How are we providing the tools, resources, and connections to help these social entrepreneurs at a time when they are needed the most? What new innovations and solutions have been developed over the past year that need to be scaled and amplified?

Climate Action and Climate Justice 

“Climate change is happening now and to all of us. No country or community is immune,” according to UN Secretary-General António Guterres. “And, as is always the case, the poor and vulnerable are the first to suffer and the worst hit.”

Preparing the economy, communities, people and planet for climate change is critical. The intersection of climate with racial and social justice is crucial for durable solutions. There are many areas to focus on from carbon reduction to infrastructure to supply chains to waste. How are investors and companies taking a portfolio-wide view? Recognizing that not all climate impacts are distributed equally, how are we growing strategies that center the most vulnerable populations in restorative and regenerative social and environmental solution design? 

Sustainable Development 

ESG and sustainable development become focus points for the global community and impact investors as we approach 2030 and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) milestone. Highlighting issue areas such as health, affordable housing, education and work of the future. 

How are SDGs being centered in innovative ways within strategy, portfolios and products to ensure we meet the 2030 deadline? How are we taking a global approach to learning best practices and gleaning insights to apply to a regional geography? What is needed to help foster regional impact ecosystems that bring the best of the best ideas forward to scale and model? How might we continue the connectivity and collaboration the virtual world provides us to accelerate ideas, cross-pollinate and localize actions? 

Stakeholder Economics

Rethinking and reimagining an economy where everyone thrives is the responsibility of all impact leaders. Bold moves are required to shift toward stakeholder capitalism, net-zero, and regenerative market-based solutions, operations and practices. How are leaders and their enterprises measuring success in new ways? How are impact companies connecting to impact portfolios? What support do leaders need to make the transition and maintain centering impact? How might we create a community of accountability? 

Global Health 

The social and economic ramifications of the COVID-19 are still playing out across the globe. 

The pandemic is poised to set back decades of hard -won gains in global health from maternal and child health to infectious diseases.  Additionally, a devastating impact on mental health is occurring across the world. How are we strengthening preparedness for these and future emergencies?  What solutions and innovations are emerging in addressing health inequities, creating a global health workforce, child and maternal health, climate change and health and preventative care?  How do we radically reimagine building back better for the global health sector with innovators, investors, new partnerships and communities?

Digital Inclusivity 

The pandemic accelerated the shift to digital, highlighting and exacerbating the digital divide around the globe. Three billion people globally lack internet access, including 30 million in the U.S. alone. This means students can’t access online learning, the unemployed can’t submit job applications or attend training programs, and many can’t sign up for vaccination appointments – often the most vulnerable populations. There is also a profound negative impact on the global economy, representing trillions in lost productivity. What infrastructure and investments are necessary to bridge this digital divide? What innovations are happening to address this challenge in financial inclusion, education technology and other industries most impacted by lack of digital access?

Impact Investing

Social Entrepreneurship

Equity & Inclusivity

Climate Action

Stakeholder Economics

Digital Inclusivity

Speakers

Agnetha Jaime Gloshay

Co-Director

Native Women Lead

Aisha Said

Research Manager

Dalberg Research

Akasha Absher

President

Syntrinsic Investment Counsel

Alex Amouyel

Executive Director

MIT Solve

Alexander Dale

Lead, Sustainability and US Interior Communities

MIT Solve

Alexandra Korijn

Co-Founder

New AJE Capital

Alexandra van der Ploeg

Head of Corporate Social Responsibility

SAP SE

Alexandra Salas

Chief Program Officer

Business Council for Peace (Bpeace)

Alice Waweru

Regional Program Manager

TechnoServe

Alison Lingane

Co-founder

Project Equity

Alison Powers

Cooperative and Community Initiatives Manager

Capital Impact Partners

Alison Medina

Consumer and Generational Strategist

EY

Allie Burns

CEO

Village Capital

Amir Kirkwood

Chief Lending and Investment Officer

Opportunity Finance Network

Amit Bouri

Co-Founder + CEO

GIIN

Anand Kesavan

Founder & CEO

Equitable Facilities Fund

Andrea Parnell

Chief People Officer

Southern Bancorp

Andrea Mainelli

Senior Advisor

Tyton Partners

Andrew Greenspan

VP Sustainability; Wholesale Credit & Market Risk Manager

HSBC Holdings plc

Andrew Herscowitz

Chief Development Officer

U.S. International Development Finance Corporation

Anna-Lisa Miller

Executive Director

Ownership Works

Anne Park

Global Director of Impact

Small Enterprise Assistance Funds (SEAF)

Anuj Kumbhat

Co-founder & CEO

Weather Risk Management Services Private Limited (WRMS)

Aron Betru

Chief Strategic Officer & Chief Operating Officer

Trident

Åsa Skogström Feldt

Managing Director

IKEA Social Entrepreneurship BV

Ashley Speyer

Head of Research Operations

60 Decibels

Audrey Selian

Director

Artha Impact (Rianta Capital Zurich)

Aurelio Arroyo

Presidente Ejecutivo

Jesús Obrero Cooperativa

Belissa Rojas

IMM lead

UNDP

Bennett Freeman

Principal, Bennett Freeman Associates LLC

Bennett Freeman Associates LLC

Bessie Schwarz

Co-Founder & CEO

Cloud to Street, PBC

Bindu Bhandari

Program Associate

Climate Interactive

Bonnie Foley-Wong

CEO

Pique Ventures

Brandon Anderson

Founder & Executive Director

Raheem

Canem Arkan

Managing Director

Managing Director, Endeavor NWA & Tulsa

Cari Hanson

Vice President

SOCAP

Carla Thompson Payton

Vice-President for Program Strategy

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Carolien de Bruin

Head of COVID Response Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs

World Economic Forum

Carolina Henriquez-Schmitz

Director, TrustLaw

Thomson Reuters Foundation

Catherine Berman

Co-founder and CEO

CNOTE

Catherine Burnett

Chief Impact Officer

Phillips Foundation

Cathie Mahon

President\CEO

Inclusiv

Cathy Clark

Faculty Director

Duke University

Chad Dyer

Aspiring Ally

Future Allies

Charlot Magayi

Founder

Mukuru Clean Stoves

Charlotte Kaiser

Managing Director

The Nature Conservancy

Chelsea McDaniel

Senior Fellow

Activest

Cheryl Campos

Head of Venture Growth & Partnerships

Republic

Cheryl Dorsey

President

Echoing Green

Chris Herrmann

Senior Vice President

Enterprise Community Investment, Inc.

Chris Bentley

Managing Principal

Decarceration Fund

Chris Motley

Founder & CEO

Mentor Spaces

Chris Rizik

CEO

Renaissance Venture Capital

Christa Velasquez

Director, Lumina Impact Ventures

Lumina Foundation

Christina Page

Business Partnerships

Climate Interactive

Christina Hollenback

CEO

Justice Capital

Cindy Belardo

Co-Founder and CEO

Menstrual Mates LLC

Claudia Mercado

Founder & CEO

Calibueno

Cristina Shapiro

President of the Impact Fund for Children

UNICEF USA

Dana Linnane

Policy & Comms Officer

WK Kellogg Foundation

Danai Musandu

Senior Associate Investor Relations

HPE Growth

Daniel Cossío

Regional Director – Latin America

Village Capital

Danielle Burns

VP, Head of Business Development

CNote

Darrin Williams

CEO

Southern Bancorp, Inc.

Darryl Ratcliff

Founder

Gossypion Investments

David Bank

Editor & CEO

ImpactAlpha

David Sharp

CEO

Urban Advisors, LLC

David Cooperrider

Distinguished University Professor at Case Western Reserve University

Case Western Reserve University

Debra Schwartz

Managing Director, Impact Investments

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Dena Devaney

Vice President, Financial Planning & Analysis Mastercard

Mastercard

Derrick Morgan

COFOUNDER

KNGDM GROUP

Don Graves

Deputy Secretary

Department of Commerce

Donna Gambrell

President and CEO

Appalachian Community Capital

Doug Sims

Senior Director, Resilient Communities Division, People & Communities Program

Natural Resources Defense Council

Dustin DiTommaso

SVP Behavior Change Design

Mad*Pow

Edgar Villanueva

President

Decolonizing Wealth Project

Eldra Jackson III

Co-Executive Director

Inside Circle

Eli Pollak

CEO

Apollo Agriculture, Inc.

Eliza Berg

Lead, Learning & Solv[ED] Communities

MIT Solve

Elizabeth Chou

Partner

Leeds Illuminate

Emely Ramirez

Founder

Bilingüe

Emma Sissman

Director, Portfolio Acceleration

SJF Ventures

Eric Chapman

Managing Principal

SustainVC

Eric Horvath

Partner

The Sankofa Group

Erika Seth Davies

CEO

Rhia Ventures

Essma Bengabsia

Senior Associate, Sustainable & Impact Investing

Glenmede Trust

Eugenie Mathieu

Senior Impact Analyst

Aviva Investors

Fran Seegull

President

U.S. Impact Investing Alliance

Gabino Vicente

Incoming Cabinet Member, City of Tuxtepec and Community Advocate

Community of Tuxtepec, Oaxaca, Mexico

Gaurav Agarwal

Cofounder

1mg.com

George E. Ashton III

Managing Director, Strategic Investments

Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)

Gillian Hinde

Global Corporate Responsibility Leader

EY

Dr. Gillian Marcelle

Managing Member

Resilience Capital Ventures LLC

Glen Jones

Chair of the Board

Southern Bancorp, Inc.

Gloria Mirrione

Sector Leader, Asset Management and Co-Leader ESG & Impact Investing

Korn Ferry

Greg Bennett

Principal

Kapor Capital

Hardika Shah

Founder & CEO

Kinara Capital

Harley Blakeman

Founder & CEO

Honest Jobs

Henk Jan Beltman

Chief Chocolate Officer

Tony's Chocolonely

Issifu Issaka

President

Sefwi Bekwai District Cocoa Farmers Cooperative Union Ghana

Jacqueline Corbelli

Founder, CEO

US Coalition on Sustainability

Jacqueline Novogratz

Founder & CEO

Acumen

James Olsen

Founder and Managing Partner

Concord Health Partners

James Andrus

Investment Manager

Calpers

JaNay Queen Nazaire

Senior Advisor

PSG Equity

Jane Reisman

Social Impact Advisor

Jane Reisman PhD

Jasper Gosselt

Research Director

Dalberg Research

Jawad Aslam

CEO

Ansaar Management Company

Jenna Nicholas

CEO

Impact Experience

Jennifer Garcia

Jennifer Pryce

President and CEO

Calvert Impact Capital

Jennifer Stula Rivera

Vice President - Corporate Social Responsibility

Moody's

Jenny Flores

Head of Small Business Growth Philanthropy

Wells Fargo

Jenny Yip

Managing Partner

Adjuvant Capital

Jeremie Greer

Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director

Liberation in a Generation

Jessica Matthews

Global Head of Sustainable Investing, Private Bank

J.P. Morgan

Jessie Coates

Global Impact Entrepreneurship Leader

EY

John Mulliken

Founder

Carbonware.org

John Olaimey

President and CEO

Southern Bancorp

John Howkins

Author and Global Strategist

John Elkington

Author & Entrepreneur

John W. Haines

Executive Director, Community Investment Trust

Mercy Corps

Jorge Calderon

Managing Director, Impact Investments (Latinx Startup Fund)

HIP

Joshua Levin

Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer

OpenInvest

Juan Carlos Thomas Soto

Global Entrepreneurship Director

TechnoServe

Julianne Zimmerman

Managing Director

Reinventure Capital

Justin Kulla

Partner, Impact Investing & ESG

TZP Group

Karina Wong

Senior Executive

Small Foundation

Kat Taylor

Co-Creator

The Good Life Pledge, Office of Kat Taylor

Kate Shattuck

Senior Client Partner & Co-Leader Impact Investing

Korn Ferry

Keenan Beasley

Founder & President

Venture Noire

Kelly Burton

CEO

Founders of Color, LLC

Kerry O'Neill

CEO

Inclusive Prosperity Capital

Kimberlee Cornett

Director, Impact Investments

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Kirsten James

Water Program Director

Ceres

Kristina Francis

Executive Director

Jobs for the Future

Kristine Michie

Managing Partner

ImpactFull, Inc.

Kristy McCann Flynn

Co-founder & CEO

GoCoach

Lara Metcalf

Venture Partner

The Social Entrepreneurs' Fund (TSEF)

Larry Marcus

Managing Director

Marcy Venture Partners

Lauren Grattan

Chief Community Officer

Mission Driven Finance

Lauren Ruffin

Co-founder & CEO

CRUX

Laurie Spengler

President & CEO

Courageous Capital Advisors, LLC

Laurika Harris-Kaye

Portfolio Director

Runway & REAL People's Fund

Lisa Ellis

President & COO

New Island Capital Management

Lucas Turner-Owens

Founding Partner

The Sankofa Group

Luz Borchardt

Cofounder & VP of Acquisition

HENRY

Lyndsay Handler

Partner & Chief Venture Builder

Factor[e] Ventures

Madhyama Subramanian

Head of Programs and Partnerships

Solidaridad North America

Maggie Monast

Senior Director, Climate-Smart Agriculture

Environmental Defense Fund

Mahlet Getachew

Managing Director, Corporate Racial Equity

PolicyLink

Marina Rosemberg

AMD – Head of LatAm Commercial

Moody's

MAKISHA BOOTHE

CEO

Sistahbiz Global Network

Mallun Yen

Founder & Partner

Operator Collective

Maria Moreno

Lead Organizer

Restaurant Opportunities Center of The Bay

Marieke Spence

Executive Director

Impact Capital Managers

Marisa Drew

Chief Sustainability Officer and Global Head of Sustainability Strategy Advisory and Finance

Credit Suisse

Mark Newberg

President

Stockbridge Advisors

Martha Londagin

Executive Business Consultant/ NWA Kiva Hub Capital Access Manager

Startup Junkie Foundation

Maryann Kilgallon

Founder & CEO

Pink Lotus Technologies, Inc.

Matt Schaar

Senior Director

Accion Venture Lab

Matt Zieger

Chief Program Officer, Americas

Village Capital

Melissa Malkin-Weber

Sustainability Director

Self-Help Credit Union & Ventures Fund

Meredith Sumpter

CEO

Council for Inclusive Capitalism

Michael Moreland

CEO & Co-Founder

Field Intelligence, Inc

Michael Schreiber

COO

RFK Human Rights

Michaelyn Baur

Managing Director for North & Central America

Solidaridad

Michel Gelobter

CEO

Cooler, inc

Mishkah Jakoet

Partner

Genesis Analytics

Missie Frandsen

Project Manager

Conveners.org

Monique Aiken

Managing Director

The Investment Integration Project (TIIP)

Nana Ama Nketia-Quaidoo

Community Development Manager

Advocates for Community Alternatives

Natalie Bridgeman Fields

Founder & Executive Director

Accountability Counsel

Nazir Pandor

Managing Director

Live Clean Initiatives

Neda Arabshahi

Director, Inclusiv Center for Resiliency and Clean Energy

Inclusiv

Nicholas Colloff

Executive Director

Argidius Foundation

Nick Jean-Baptiste

Founder and Managing Partner

Jacmel Growth Partners

Nikki Gwilliam-Beeharee

Investor Engagement Lead

World Benchmarking Alliance

Nyra Jordan

Social Impact Investment Director

American Family Insurance

Oliver Withers

Biodiversity Lead

Credit Suisse AG

Oghale Oddo

Deputy Mission Director

USAID/Haiti

Opoku Acheampong

Chairman

Biakoye Cocoa Farmers Cooperative

Olga Elizarova

Founder and Behavior Change Designer

Play Collaborate Change

Omar Blayton

CFO

Sunwealth Power, Inc.

Pam Fitzpatrick

Head of ESG Center of Excellence

OneTrust

Poppy Hanks

Executive Vice President, Film Production and Development

MACRO

Rachel Robasciotti

Founder & CEO

Adasina Social Capital

Raj Sisodia

Distinguished University Professor of Conscious Enterprise and Chairman, Conscious Enterprise Center

Tecnologico de Monterrey

Regina ("Gina") Kline

Founder and CEO

SmartJob

Roberta Annan

Founder & Managing Partner

Annan Capital Partners

Robert Jr. Paret

Chairman

Groupe ProFin

Roblin Webb

Founder & CEO

Freedom Prep Charter Schools

Roger Liew

Partner

Impact Engine

Rose Goslinga

Cofounder and Co-CEO

Pula Advisors AG

Roy Swan

Director, Mission Investments

The Ford Foundation

Rudo Mutambiranwa

Regional Head of Corporate Social Responsibility - APAC &EMEA

Moodys

Ryan Stowers

Executive Director

Charles Koch Foundation

Sabrina Wu

Senior Program Officer

East Bay Community Foundation

Samir Ibrahim

Chief Executive Officer

SunCulture

Sarah Sterling

Program Catalyst

Conveners.org

Sarah Rapp

Senior Manager, Alumni & Marketing Campaigns

JA Worldwide

Sasha Brown

Partner

Ecosystem Integrity Fund

Sasha Fisher

Co-Founder & Executive Director

Spark MicroGrants

Sasha Dichter

Co-founder

60 Decibels

Seyi Fabode

CEO

Varuna

Sharon Bort

Manager, Community Programming

MIT Solve

Shashank Kumar

Co-founder & CEO

DeHaat™

Shayne Veramallay

Founder & CEO

CARBON

Siddharth Nautiyal

Partner

Omidyar Network India

Sikowis Nobiss

Decolonizer

Great Plains Action Society

Smitha Das

Principal, Impact Investing

WES Mariam Assefa Fund

Stacey Faella

Executive Director

Woodcock Foundation

Stefanie Thomas

Founding Member & Investor

Impact America Fund

Stephen Deberry

Venture Capitalist

Bronze VC

Sumita Ghose

Founder and Managing Director

Rangsutra Crafts India

Susie Lee

Program Related Investments Officer

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Tash Nguyen

Network Coordinator

REAL Peoples Fund

Taj James

Co-founder

Full Spectrum Capital Partners

Teresa Dacha

Research Manager

Dalberg Research

Teresa Ish

Oceans Initiative Lead and Senior Program Officer

Walton Family Foundation

Thony Moise

General Manager

SOFIHDES

Tiffany Thompson

Senior Director, Global Partnerships & Equity

Echoing Green

Tim Freundlich

Founder & Executive Director, Strategic Development

ImpactAssets

Timothy Rann

Managing Partner

Mercy Corps Ventures

Timothy Spurlock

CEO

American Diesel Training Centers

Todd Leverette

Co-Principal

Apis & Heritage Capital Partners

Tynesia Boyea-Robinson

President and CEO

CapEQ

Vanessa Archambault

Co-Founder, CTO

DealEngine

Vanessa Karel

Founder

Greether

Vanessa Roanhorse

CEO

Roanhorse Consulting, LLC

Veronica Olazabal

Managing Director, Measurement, Evaluation and Organizational Performance

The Rockefeller Foundation

Yaquta Fatehi

Program Manager

William Davidson Institute at U. of Michigan

Yaritza Vargas

Founder

LingoHealth

Yasmina Zaidman

Chief Partnerships Officer

Acumen

Yazeed Moore

Program Officer

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Yee-Lin Lai

Senior Program Officer

Walton Family Foundation

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Presenting Partner

Innovation Partners

Launch Partner

Pitch Partners

Media Partners

Network Partners

Updates

What people have to say

“This industry uses the power of finance and business to make the world a better place, and SOCAP, which is the biggest convener of all the main stakeholders in the industry, is a big part of the reason why.”
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“The largest and most interesting community of impact investors, social enterprises and impact leaders across the globe. ”
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“Honestly, really loved the setup -- I have attended a few virtual conferences, this was by far one of the best. ”
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General FAQ

The event starts at 7:45 a.m. Pacific Time, 10:45 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday, October 18.

Tickets are non-refundable. The only exceptions are volunteers with prior approval of the volunteer coordinator.

We will not transfer the ticket to a future event. Since you will be able to access replays the sessions after the event, there will be no exceptions.

We will not refund tickets, accept no liability to you and will not pay any compensation where the performance of our obligations is prevented or affected directly or indirectly by or as a result of force majeure or any circumstances beyond its reasonable control including, but not limited to, flood, earthquake, extreme adverse weather conditions, natural disasters, other acts of God, acts of terrorism (or threats of such acts), pandemics, fire, failure of electric power, failure of hardware or software, cyber security attacks or any collapse of building structures.

We do not give credit toward the following year’s conference.

We reserve the right to make changes to the Cancellation and Refund Policy at any time without notice, so please check back and review the Cancellation and Refund Policy from time to time.

If you cannot remember whether you have already registered, or suspect that you may have registered twice, ask us! The refund rules stated above apply to accidental multiple purchases.

Registration Issues

No,  we will not refund the difference if you get a better discount code in the future.

Discount codes cannot be combined.

However, if  you simply forgot to apply your discount code at registration, please contact us RIGHT AWAY (within 24 hours) and we will give you the discount.

Most tickets are fully transferable. Exceptions: volunteers and complimentary tickets given to a specific person (scholarships, or speakers).  Only the buyer of the ticket can transfer.  The link is in the original order confirmation email.

If the self-edit option is disabled, or you cannot access your ticket, the original buyer of the ticket should email [email protected]  with the following information about the new attendee: name, email address, cell phone number, gender, job title, company, city & state of residence.

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To update your profile in Hopin, please follow the steps here.  Unfortunately, we cannot help you with updating your Hopin profile.

It is possible that some email addresses are misspelled or that several tickets share one email address.   Hopin requires a unique address for each attendee. Please transfer the ticket(s) to the attendee’s own email address, or contact us  so that we can update the records and make sure each of your attendees get a link to Hopin.  Do this as soon as you suspect there is an issue.

About our online conference platform, Hopin

If you are registered, you should now have received a “magic link” to access Hopin.    You must click on that “magic link” to access Hopin and finalize your registration. It came in an email titled:

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If you registered for the full conference before September 28, the email arrived in your inbox on September 28 around 4:30 p.m. PT.  If you registered for the Monday-only ticket before October 10, the magic link email was sent to you around 8 p.m. PT.  For all later purchases, the email should arrive within minutes after registering.

 

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Networking at SOCAP21

You’re invited to join SOCAP Assembly, a new online platform where you can meet others in the impact movement at a greater scale than ever.

SOCAP21 ticket holders have received an invitation to an SOCAP21 Attendees-only group on August 26.   That invitation will also be included with the Hopin access link.

If you have not received or located your invitation, sign in SOCAP Assembly  and request access to the SOCAP21 Attendees’ group.

The SOCAP Assembly will be available indefinitely.  Come back often to:

  • Network, post content, and interact with content others have posted.
  • Share information about yourself and your organization, post resources, questions, thoughts, and advice.
  • Explore what our collective community is working on, learn from others to help accelerate your own impact, send direct messages, and follow other members.
  • Join the main discussion group or subgroups broken out by themes, including equity & inclusion, climate action, and sustainable development.

 

 

Yes, you sure can.  You can find a list here.

Session recordings

Yes, most sessions will be recorded.

Networking sessions and sessions in the sponsor booths will not be recorded.

Please note that the recordings are in the mp4 format.  Some people using Safari have had issues watching our recordings.  Usually, they are able to watch it on Chrome or Firefox.

 

Main stage session will be available within hours. The recordings of the sessions will be available shortly after the conference.

To watch the recordings, go to the Agenda above.  Sessions with a blue camera before the title are ready to watch.

Click on the title to open the session page and watch the video replay.   Most recordings will only be available to ticket holders.  You will first need to login with the email address you used to register.

Unedited replays might be available in Hopin for a few weeks after the event.  It’s a beta version of a Hopin feature that we hope will be available for us.

The recordings will be accessible for at least a year.  Make sure you remember which email address you used to register.

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