It’s that time of year again! SXSW PanelPicker voting is now open and we need your votes to get to SXSW in 2018. We’re up for a few different workshops and speaking opportunities next year. Community voting is a large part of the PanelPicker process and we’d love your support. Here’s what to do:

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Sex, Tech & Money – What is the impact of technology on young people’s sexual decision making, habits and health choices in both the U.S. and globally? Panelists include Hopelab’s Fred Dillon, Rebecca Hope, Director of Programs at YLabs, Bhupendra Sheoran, Executive Director at YTH and Helen Fisher, Senior Research Fellow, The Kinsey Institute

How Can a Bot Discuss Death With Cancer Patients – Ashley Pandya will discuss Hopelab’s development of a cancer chatbot, answering specific questions about end-of-life care and how AI handles times of crisis.

Disrupting a System – Exploring Teen Mental Health – We’ll explain our approach to systems mapping and how we’re using our map at Hopelab to help young people struggling with emotional well-being. This is a hands-on workshop with Chris McCarthy and Caroline FitzGerald of Hopelab and Becky Richeson of The Omidyar Group. We’ll use our time together to talk about key leverage points in the system to drive impact for this under-resourced population.

Voting closes Friday, August 25, 2017. So don’t delay! Cast your vote today.

Thanks for your help – hope to see you in Austin!


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