Céline Semaan, designer, advocate, writer and founder of Slow Factory Foundation discusses fashion & socio-environmental injustice
Host, Moussa Mchangama
Founded by Frederik Larsen and Moussa Mchangama, In futurum helps businesses and organizations prepare for a sustainable future. By applying a research-based approach to sustainability to a deep understanding of strategic business processes and communication, they advise and create strategies for leading Scandinavian fashion and lifestyle businesses, do research on sustainable business practices and partake in public speaking on sustainability, social issues, culture and new business approaches.
Céline Semaan-Vernon is a Lebanese-Canadian designer, writer, advocate and public speaker. She is the founder of Slow Factory Foundation, a 501c3 public service organization working at the intersection of environmental and social justice, which produces a conference series promoting sustainability literacy called Study Hall, and the first science-driven incubator in fashion called One X One. She is on the Council of Progressive International, has been a Director's Fellow of MIT Media Lab, and served on the Board of Directors of AIGA NY, a nonprofit membership organization that helps cultivate the future of design in New York City.