Sabrina Vorbau - European Schoolnet
Sabrina Vorbau holds a Master’s degree in Applied Economic Sciences: Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Antwerp. Prior to European Schoolnet (EUN), she worked at the European Agency for Fundamental Rights in Vienna. Sabrina joined the eSafety team of EUN in January 2014, mainly managing logistics, financial and administrative aspects of projects. Within the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) project she took over the role as assessment officer, focusing on project evaluation and joint research approaches. Furthermore, Sabrina is also coordinating projects with industry partners called the “Web We Want” and the “eSafety Label”. In line with, she is in charge of offline dissemination and presenting the projects at external meetings.
Katja Schipperheijn - The Learnscape
Katja holds a Master in Economic Sciences and an eMBA from Antwerp Management School. Katja has oer 15 years' experience as manager and trusted advisor for multinational companies. In recent years she has developed lean and social learning platforms, integrating social tools and new media to stimulate learning and collaboration.
Katja is guest lecturer at several business schools and universities on creating sustainable organizations through knowledge sharing and social media for personal development. She is Board Member of DLII where she is responsible for the digital communities and programs towards digital social responsibility.
Farah Van Bulck is een enthousiaste leerling in het 6de leerjaar die naast dansen een passie heeft voor nieuwe media. Ze is samen met haar zus Helena de bedenker van het sociaal leerplatform sCool dat antwoord biedt aan de digitale uitdagingen voor de mediawijze lagere school. Farah was het eerste "kindje van de week” dat haar medestudenten hielp om een correcte sociale omgeving te creëren vrij van cyberpersten en met respect voor elkaars eigen keuzes en smaken.
Sponsors & Partners:
Volunteering, Donations & Sponsorship for DLI Activities:
If you or your organisation is interested in partnering, volunteering, sponsoring girls & women to participate in DLI activities, or would like to support DLI and its mission in other ways, please contact us. Donations to DLI are gratefully accepted and go toward furthering its mission of bridging the gender gap and the digital divide worldwide.
Move It Forward is supported by the
Ministry of Equal Opportunity of the Brussels Capital Region.
g-Hive, an initiative of the Digital Leadership Institute, is the first maker-, hacker- & FabLab space in the world just for girls! Join us and learn to design and build digital creations in fashion, 3D printing, robotics, graphics, music and more!
In order to purchase these tickets in installments, you'll need an Eventbrite account. Log in or sign up for a free account to continue.