2023 Sponsors

Thank you to the 2023 Global Respectful Disruption Summit Sponsors!

Activators

Activators support the summit with $2,000-3,000 USD that provides funding for twenty summit grants and/or can contribute to the Compear Professional Development Fund. This fund supports underrepresented International Education professionals' career goals.

Affirmists

Affirmists support the summit with $500-750 USD that provides funding for five attendee grants and/or can contribute to the Compear Professional Development Fund. This fund supports underrepresented International Education professionals' career goals.

Advocates

Advocates are globally focused minority led/owned businesses or organizations that will support the summit by sharing it with their respective networks. This is in line with our mission to support underrepresented voices.
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True North Intercultural, owned and operated by Tara Harvey, Ph.D., helps higher education institutions that are serious about inclusive excellence and developing interculturally-competent global citizens by building intercultural capacity among faculty, staff, and leaders. Through transformative professional development programs, True North Intercultural helps educators develop their capacity to better navigate cultural diversity and integrate intercultural learning into their courses, programs, or other work.

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The GREEN Program (TGP) is an award-winning, experiential education program focused on our world’s most pressing issues in sustainable development. TGP’s mission is to educate and empower future sustainability leaders through experiential education, responsible travel, and adventure. By using the world as our classroom, and aligning with the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), our program model expertly balances sustainability-focused course work, exclusive industry exposure, and bucket-list adventures in just 10 days. 

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Tangible Culture mission is to engage changemakers locally and globally to create a world free from identity-based violence and other forms of group-targeted harm. Our organization expands the scale and reach of social justice through our popular education programs that help movement workers and educators counteract political, economic, and cultural violence.

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Teens of Color Abroad (TOCA) creates language learning and cultural exchange experiences for high school students of color. Founded by Brooklyn-based educator Lamar Shambley in 2018, TOCA has sponsored new passports for 20 students, served over 1,000 youth across the U.S., and provided more than $100,000 in scholarships.

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Inspired by personal experiences as classmates in Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, Hilltop Global Group was founded by Phil Agbeko from Ghana, and Osa Imohe from Nigeria. The Founders seek to bridge the gap in study abroad experiences and opportunities focused on the African continent. Hilltop’s mission and operational philosophy is to “Shape the African Narrative through Experiential Learning”.