Announcement of our final keynote speaker: Christopher Breedlove from the Burning Man Project

We are incredibly thrilled to announce our final keynote speaker, Christopher Breedlove from the Burning Man Project. 

As Head of Burners Without Borders, Christopher supports volunteer-driven community leadership work, whose goal is to unlock the innate skills of local communities to solve problems that bring about meaningful change. Supporting citizen-led civic engagement solutions and community resiliency projects around the world, BWB is known for bringing unbridled creativity to every project. BWB believes that people have the inherent capacity to solve their own problems and that social transformation is within reach of all communities- when connected with the right tools, education and resources.


Christopher has served as Board President of both Burners Without Borders and the Chicago 501c3 Bold Urban Renaissance Network and co-founded the Lakes of Fire Regional Burn, where he co-created both their Volunteer Coordinator and Arts Honorarium programs. Before joining Burning Man, Christopher worked as a freelance designer, fabricator and experiential producer. He's produced several large-scale interactive sculptural installations for festivals and corporations, and he’s an avid silkscreen and laser technology print maker.

Read more about the Burning Man Project and Christopher here

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