How Unity Is Using The Power of Immersive Storytelling to Create Change
Jessica Lindl, head of social impact at Unity, the world’s leading platform for creating and operating real-time 3D (RT3D) content, will be joined by Tamara Shogaolu, the founder and creative director of Ado Ato Pictures, an Award-Winning Los Angeles and Amsterdam-based production company to discuss using the power of immersive storytelling (AR/VR/XR) to create social impact.
Vice President, Social Impact, Unity
For more than 15 years, Jessica has been a champion for Social Impact, working to improve learning outcomes and earning potential worldwide at both for-profit and non-profit organizations like Unity, Common Sense Media, GlassLab, Scientific Learning, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. In 2012, Jessica started using Unity as a platform for social impact and fell in love with the power and scale of the platform as a means for making change. As the Vice President of Social Impact at Unity, Jessica leads the Social Impact division for Unity, focused on empowering Unity creators and employees to make the world a better place through RT3D programs and practices. Jessica has spent extensive time in India and Asia working for global NGO’s prototyping new approaches to solving the challenge of illiteracy for our most under-served youth. Jessica serves on the Advisory Board of the GSV AcceleraTE fund and is an Aspen-Pahara Fellow. She is a graduate of the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, where she received a Masters in Business Administration with a focus on entrepreneurship and education.
Creative Director, Ado Ato Pictures
Tamara Shogaolu is the founder and creative director of Ado Ato Pictures, an Award-Winning Los Angeles and Amsterdam-based production company. Named as a leader in the field of new and immersive media by The Guardian, Forbes, and Vogue, Shogaolu’s work has been featured at Tribeca, IDFA, and the MoMA.