Masters in Sustainability with Jeffery Smith, Jacqueline Corbelli and Yarrow Kraner

Wednesday April 28 at 10:00 am EST / 3:00 pm GMT


Recovering from the global pandemic has brought us to a collective moment of humanity that is activating synchronistic partnerships and collective change like never before. There is an intense interest in transforming our old ways of being into something that is guided by a unified purpose.  Join change makers in Sustainability, Jeffery Smith of Six Senses, Jacqueline Corbelli of the US Coalition, and Yarrow Kraner of Hatch and as they share from their unique vantage points as sustainability leaders some of the incredible progress happening on a global scale and learn how you can be a part of the collective change.

Everyone’s talking about sustainability but how much do you really know about it?

Tune in to find out:

  • How you can look good, follow fashion, and respect the environment.
  • Why personal small changes do make a difference to global sustainability.
  • And why collective achievement is the only way to really address sustainability and regeneration.

About this event

This 90-minute expert discussion includes:

  • 60-minute panel discussion
  • 30-minute Live Q&A

Our presenters

Jacqueline Corbelli is a transformational leader that drives positive business growth and societal change. As CEO, Founder of Brightline, a technology software company that is a cornerstone of advanced TV advertising and interacting content for all of America’s leading broadcasters, including NBCU, ABC/Disney, CBS, and Fox, among others, she tackled issues that redefined industry verticals, reshaped culture, ad rebuilt communities. Jacqueline served as Chairman of the Board of the Millennium Promise Alliance overseeing Columbia University’s Millennium Villages Project. She is a Member of the Board of the Sustainable Development Goals Centre for Africa, a Member of the Leadership Council of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, and a Governor at the New York Academy of Sciences She also plays a leading role for the Vatican as a founding member of Pop Francis’ Ethics in Action Forum created under the auspices of the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy of Sciences.


Since joining Six Senses in 2016, Jeffery Smith has been an integral part in supporting the group’s leadership position in sustainable hospitality. He spearheaded the redevelopment of the group’s Earth Lab concept with sustainability leaders from across all Six Senses properties and lead the first Six Senses Sustainability Conference.
Jeffery draws upon a decade of experience launching community-based tourism programs where he focused on capacity building and facilitating connections between travelers, indigenous peoples and the natural world. He is a strong believer in the hospitality sector’s capacity to engage with sustainability, to welcome guests and communities to join in rebuilding a better future and foster the authenticity and optimism that the world seeks.

Yarrow Kraner is the Founder of HATCH and, is an Aspen Institute Fellow, RSA Fellow, and named 2015 top 100 creatives in the U.S. by Origins. He is a pioneer of social networking and has been building communities for twenty years. He’s directed projects with Richard Branson, The Rock, P Diddy, and more. In 1999, Yarrow created an online network – The Hero Project, which grew to 1.5 million users and was acquired by FOX. In 2004, Yarrow founded HATCH, connecting global influencers to accelerate solutions for the UN’s SDGs. In 2016 Yarrow founded, a machine learning impact collaboration platform. H360 connects people to resources and unlocks the potential of communities and organizations, powering a “Network of Networks.” Yarrow is featured in the book Talent for Humanity, is on the Advisory Board for the Water Innovation Accelerator (WIA), was honored with the Audfest Impact Award in 2019, and has led think tanks with Intel, Hasbro, Ernst & Young, NASA, spoken at TEDx, Vivatech, EarthX, Day One, and Business Innovation Factory Summit (BIF). 

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Wednesday April 28 at 10:00 am EST / 3:00 pm GMT

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