Resolution Fellows Liana Rosenman, Kristina Saffran and Ashley Tritt will create Project HEAL: Family Network, a network of supportive meetings, moderated by professional psychologists, for the families of young women suffering from eating disorders.
In order to reduce the vast amount of polystyrene foam degrading in landfills, Resolution Fellows Maryli Cheng, Jim Jin, Shilpa Mokshagundam, and Whitley O'Connor, are repurposing packing foam as filling for teddy bears.
GrowLanka's mission is to make post-disaster relief services more effective and efficient in the post civil war environment of northern Sri Lanka by connecting job opportunities to those who need it most.
Resolution’s first Social Venture Challenge partner is Harvard’s WorldMUN Conference, and every year since 2009 WorldMUN has hosted a Resolution Social Venture Challenge. WorldMUN is a one-of-a-kind intellectual and social conference that brings together an extraordinary assortment of young minds from around the globe to engage in cultural exchange.
The Resolution Project ran our fourth annual Social Venture Challenge at the Clinton Global Initiative University 2016 meeting, which took place from April 1-3, 2016 at the University of California, Berkeley in the San Francisco Bay Area.