Nantucket, Mass.: David Brown, Founder and Creative Director of Columbus nonprofit Harmony Project, will appear as a guest presenter at the nationally-acclaimed Nantucket Project September 19-22.
Brown was invited to share about the power of harmony, and how Harmony Project is changing the Columbus landscape.
“It is an honor to be able to represent our community and share how we are building connectivity in an increasingly divided world,” said Brown.
Each fall, the Nantucket Project gathers a group of bright and curious people to explore ideas and share stories about what truly matters. The goal is to spark conversation, share insight and build relationships with one another and in service of greater communities. Attendees and presenters alike discover, share, interpret and then apply new meaning to their lives in the afterglow of an intimate, social, emotional and intellectually humble gathering.
The Nantucket Project takes place annually on Nantucket and features marquee presenters, change makers, artists and more. Some of this year’s presenters include Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative; Susan Rice, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations; Adam Silver, Commissioner of the NBA; and Liz Murray, author of Breaking Night: A Memoir of Forgiveness, Survival, and My Journey from Homeless to Harvard.
To learn more, visit nantucketproject.com.
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Harmony Project connects people across social divides through the arts, education, and volunteer community service. Working together, we are building a stronger, more inclusive community with a focus on developing a social infrastructure that unites the community for the common good.
ABOUT THE NANTUCKET PROJECT
The Nantucket Project is about what matters most in our noisy, messy world. We bring fresh ideas to curious audiences in live talks, short original films, and unforgettable experiences.