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Dream Change Opens Registration for its First Annual ‘Love Summit’ at Wieden+Kennedy

Dream Change, Inc., a nonprofit organization, opens registration for its new groundbreaking event – the Love Summit – on June 13, 2015 at Wieden+Kennedy advertising agency headquarters in Portland.

 PORTLAND — Dream Change, Inc., a nonprofit organization, opens registration for its new groundbreaking event – the Love Summit – on June 13, 2015 at Wieden+Kennedy advertising agency headquarters in Portland.

Dream Change invites business leaders, government officials and the public to come and explore the missing link in business and sustainability education – love – the most likely candidate for stabilizing the economy, decelerating climate change, protecting the environment and creating a socially just world for future generations.

The Love Summit is a daylong event co-hosted by Dream Change founder and New York Times bestselling author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, John Perkins, and Dan Wieden, co-founder and chairman of Wieden+Kennedy.

The conference will be comprised of lectures, panels and interactive presentations by renowned CEOs and world leaders including Freddy Ehlers, Ecuadorian minister of Buen Vivir, Darcy Winslow, Managing Partner of the Academy for Systemic Change and former General Manager of Nike, David Howitt, founder & CEO of Meriwether Group and author of Heed Your Call, Sarah Severn, CEO of Sarah Severn Consulting and former Senior Director of Systems Innovation at Nike, and Bruce Cryer, CEO of Lissa Rankin, Inc. and Senior Advisor at HeartMath.

Space is limited. Tickets (including early bird specials) are available for purchase at here.

About Dream Change Inc.: Dream Change is a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in 1987 by New York Times best selling author, John Perkins, to help shift humanity’s consciousness to inspire new ways of living. Through educational workshops and events, Dream Change experts teach individuals from all walks of life how to create a more sustainable, just and peaceful world for future generations.

Last modified onMonday, 19 October 2015 11:40

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