We (un-)COVER change makers and CONNECT people to COLLABORATE on projects that drive cultural, social, and economic impact.
impactmania has profiled 300+ inspiring people from 30+ countries representing $1.9 trillion. A number of our interviews have been featured in international media, universities, U.S. Consulates, U.S. Embassy and the United Nations.
impactmania offers interview services for individuals and organizations. It includes a 50 min. personal interview, transcription, editing, design per impactmania template, and delivery in electronic format (.pdf), video, or uploaded on your own website.
Email [email protected] for more information.
Barbara Whye, CDO at Intel
Sylvia Earle, Oceanographer, National Geographic explorer-in-residence
Wynton Marsalis, 9-time Grammy award winner
We also produce video interviews. The following impactmania video story went on to be featured at the United Nations: Jaipur Rugs .
Why an impactmania interview? An interview is a powerful way to explain your ideas, vision, products, and services.
The interview process also provides an opportunity to share your message unfiltered by the media or third-parties.
Interviewees have credited their impactmania interviews for help securing a commencement speech; speaking engagements; fundraising; strategic partnerships; and attracting new clients.
A number of impactmania interviewees have gone on to be covered in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Wired, Departures Magazine, United Nations, U.S. Consulates, U.S. Embassy, the White House, Harvard Business School, UCSB, USC, SFSU, PNCA, etc.
impactmania has interviewed hundreds of change makers in 30+ countries including
Impact Makers X
impactmania events have been attended by thousands of people, including a Nobel Peace Prize nominee; Chair Federal Commission on Long Term Health Care; MacArthur Fellow; Women Hall of Fame inductee; Emmy winner; Mayor of Santa Barbara; Baroness; VP Intel; ABC TV Senior Producer; artists; scientists; entrepreneurs; philanthropists; etc.
Women of Impact
We were invited by the U.S. Consulate to organize Women of Impact New Zealand! On November 3, 2019 the U.S. Consulate General welcomed Women of Impact at the Residence in Auckland. On November 9th, a public event took place to further connect the women traveling to NZ and the public. In between those dates, we traveled and met with organizations and companies across the country.
impactmania conceives interdisciplinary projects focused on societal themes. We have advised and realized a number of community programs for organizations. Examples:
impactmania created a new interdisciplinary internship for AD&A Museum students. Selected interns research and formulate projects in collaboration with departments on campus and organizations off campus. The resulting multi-platform projects include original web-content, publications, exhibitions, talks, and other interactive community programs. impactmania’s first collaborative project offered the AD&A Museum a 10x return on investment; broadened the audience to include global engagement; and deepened community relationships.
Jaipur Rugs Foundation (JRF), India
A video story envisioned, directed, and co-produced by impactmania went on to be featured at the Global Compact Conference (2017) United Nations (UN) and became part of UN Foundation’s EWEC program. A number of connections were established for JRF through impactmania that resulted in global visibility and support for the company.
Material Research Lab (MRL), UCSB
Initiated and developed a public event for 300 people that presented scientific research with cultural, social, and economic impact. The majority of audience members of the inaugural event were invited by and connected via impactmania.
We invite you to participate in the following programs: Human Mind & Migration, Women of Impact, and/or Global Social Entrepreneurship / Impact X.
Your support will allow us to further grow the network and connect people with projects that matter.
Social Entrepreneurship / Impact X
impactmania with global social enterprises and Newton Paiva University in Brazil
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