Theme: You Have an Impact – Breaking the Africa Stereotype
Table Leaders -Facilitator 
Topic-QuestionFacilitator /Affiliation
1How can we write about opportunities and achievements from Africa to inspire others to get involved?George Bamu, Africa Agenda  
2How can we make a visit to an African country or countries that makes a difference?Ryan Chase – U.S. Department of Interior 
3How can we contribute to address big health issues holistically?Abby Schneider (PhD) – Regis University, Denver 
4What are strategies to encourage newspapers and media to improve coverage of African news and issues?A. Scott DuPree -PhD, Africa Agenda 
5How can we get involved with good businesses or start ones ourselves?Boniface Omina, Watson Institute, Boulder  
6What are ways to assist organizations with compelling visions for development?Julia Kennedy -Posner Center, Denver 
7How can we encourage American political leaders to pursue better policies with African countries?Singumbe Muyeba (PhD) – University of Denver 
8How can we work together to reinforce local and global peace?Jack Farris – University of Denver 
9What are ways to immerse ourselves in Africa’s rich and diverse cultural wealth?Jude Fokwang (PhD) – Regis University, Denver
10What are ways to root for African sports and athletes?Douglas Mpondi (PhD) – Metropolitan State University, Denver 
11What are good ways to engage with the African diaspora?Yuri Coret , Watson Institute, Boulder
12How can we find and buy great products from Africa?Charles Msilanga -Watson Institute, Boulder
13How can we support and advocate for a sustainable environment?Laura Deluca (PhD) – University of Colorado, Boulder
14How can we empower women to lead in building strong links with the continent?Sarada Krishnan (PhD) – Denver Botanic Gardens 
15How can we empower youth to lead in building strong links with the continent?Andy Astuno, Astuno Law Firm