Map the System 2018 competition page
In 2018, Map the System had 27 international, education institutions, with 15 finalists attending the Global Final in June.
Second place went to University of Melbourne, Luna Baby, who researched the issue of premature birth, specifically looking into supporting parent and infant well-being in Australia.
Third place went to Simon Fraser University, Bridging the Gap, who explored the mental health and mental wellness outcomes of Second-generation Asian immigrant youth aged 14-25 in the Greater Vancouver region.
University of Oxford
Runner up went to University of Oxford, Daughters, who focused on gender inequality in the U.S. State of Utah.
Utah Valley University
Runner up went to Utah Valley University, Lakeridge, who researched Utah’s Ogden-Salt Lake-Provo area (the Wasatch Front), and its unique geography that creates ‘inversion’.
+Chilenas en STEM
Teach for All
Runner up went to Teach for All, Chilenas en STEM, who investigated a new initiative to work with teachers on gender-stereotype awareness.
Jasmine Lau is a social entrepreneur and educator from Hong Kong. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Philanthropy In Motion (PIM), which aims to provide the funds, training, and networks for the next generation to maximize their social impact.
Odin Mühlenbein is a Partner at Ashoka Germany and Lead of Advisory at Ashoka Globalizer. Globalizer helps advanced social entrepreneurs from around the world develop strategies for social system change.
As the former Deputy Director of the University of Oxford’s Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship. Her report, Tackling Heropreneurship, has been widely referenced in the social impact education sector.
Chintal works at the intersection of international and private sector development and advises companies, governments and organisations on sustainable growth by balancing financial, social and environmental performance.
Annelies provides strategic planning, project management, evaluation and facilitation services through AnneliesVera Consulting to support NGOs, businesses and community projects. Highlights of this work include designing and delivering Indigenous Innovation Sessions across Canada for the First Nations Technology Council.
Driven by a passionate belief that all sectors of society must act together to achieve prosperous and sustainable business and society, Darian works with companies, the UN, NGOs, and governments with one aim: to unleash the power of cross-sector partnership to achieve widespread social innovation and sustainable development.