Virtual Youth SummitS
A Trusted and Interactive LIVE Student Empowerment Distance-Learning Event for Individual Schools and School Districts
(Virtual Event Tour Spots Now Available Worldwide)
Now, more than ever, students in this time of distance learning need a sense of belonging, meaning and personal connection to their school community. The Virtual Youth Summits are answering that call with an interactive done-for-you live experience that is designed to bring your students together to uplift, encourage and equip them and your school community.
The Virtual Youth Summit is a live virtual distance learning event just for your school or school district that is led by some of the world’s most powerful youth advocates and experts featured alongside your school principal and selected student leaders from your school.
Each interactive 60-90 minute summit is led by Julie Carrier, former Pentagon leadership consultant, top youth leadership speaker for teens and The World’s #1 Coach for Young Women and, Monique Coleman, Co-star of High School Musical and the United Nations Ambassador for Youth and Maryam and Nivaal Rehman, Award-Winning Twin Filmmakers and Activists who were filmmakers in Disney’s Dream Big Princess Campaign Highlighting Positive Role Models.
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Featured on the Today Show, The New York Times and
Boston Globe, Julie Carrier is a trusted national authority on leadership development and confidence for teens and youth. Additionally she is recognized as the #1 Coach in the World for Young Women by Leading Global Coaches/Thinkers 50. Julie is also the #1 National Bestselling author of Girls Lead and is featured in Chicken Soup for the Extraordinary Teen Soul and the Success Principles for Teens.
This Emmy-nominee has also been seen in millions of homes as a confidence and success coach that has been featured on MTV’s positive goal-setting show, MADE.
Julie is also a former Senior Management Consultant in Leadership Development for the Pentagon. She specializes in applied neuroscience in leadership
development—translating current best-practice research into applied learning experiences that engage students and have lasting connection and impact long after her programs end.
Because of her work as thought leader in student leadership education, Julie is one of only 100 people worldwide to be named as one of the Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches, along with the Dean of Harvard Medical School, the President of the World Bank and the CEO of the Rockefeller Foundation. She has reached over a million teens, young women, and those who care about them, worldwide.
Monique is most recognized as Taylor McKessie from
the tremendously successful High School Musical
franchise, as well as the 4th place contestant on
season 3 of ABC’s hit show, Dancing with the
Stars. Additionally, this Teen Choice Award and
Billboard Award Winner has co-hosted The View,
appeared on such shows as Rachael Ray, Good
Morning America, The Today Show, Ellen, and The
Tyra Banks Show.
Monique was also named the frst-ever United Nations
Youth Champion for the International Year of Youth and
led a global 24 country tour to empower and inspire
young people. Monique has worked closely on
projects with UNFPA, UNICEF, UNESCO, USAID, and
Monique’s real and down-to-earth speaking style engages audiences of thousands. She is a Champion for UN Foundation’s Global Girls Program, “Girl Up” and is Allstate Foundation’s “Good Starts Young Ambassador.”
Maryam and Nivaal rehman
Maryam and Nivaal Rehman became activists when they were eight years old, and started inspiring girls in their village in Pakistan to continue their education, when poverty was leading them to quit school and work instead. The now 18-year-old twins have since worked in their local and global community for causes including girls' education in Pakistan and around the world, climate justice, gender equality and inclusivity. They even have their own non-profit, The World With MNR, that uses advocacy, storytelling and development to take action and inspire others to do the same.
They are continuing their activism through volunteering, traveling and sharing their experiences through their social media and their YouTube channel, The World With MNR. They’ve used their platform to cover several events — from the Social Good Summit in New York City, to the Girl Up Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. — and interview global figures, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai, and Madame Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the IMF.
Their activism has led to recognition in media and several awards, including the Governor General's Caring Canadian Award (now the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers). Most recently, they released their documentary on the status of girls’ education in Pakistan, and held global screenings to spark further conversation and inspire audience members to take action themselves.