OPEN Boston's 20th Anniversary Annual Conference is centered on this year's theme,  Entrepreneurship & Leadership: Many Pathways to Success.   Tickets are still available for the  Soch: Columbia Pakistan Symposium (promo code SOCH19 extended until February 28)  and  Women2Women's International Women's Day celebration, both  taking place on March 9th.

OPEN Boston 20th Anniversary Annual Conference

9:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Harvard Law School,  Pound Hall 102
1563 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138

OPEN Boston works to accelerate entrepreneurship and business growth by bringing together entrepreneurs, leaders and professionals to collaborate, learn, and create lasting positive change worldwide.  Whether you are an executive, a parent, are just embarking on your career or in college, the program is designed for you to learn from the stellar breadth of professional talent in an interactive and engaging environment. There will be speakers and attendees from across the technology, media, law, public service, healthcare industries and explore how they overcame challenges to excel, often across domains. You'll be able to take their knowledge and continue to chart and refine what your path could look like. This conference will share the strategies to set you up for success - while helping you understand there is no singular definition of success.

There is a student discount available  and
an early bird discount available through March 8th.


Featured Conference Speakers

Showcasing exceptional stories from business, government and academia, OPEN Boston hopes to inspire a new generation of leaders to pursue their own unique paths to success regardless of their gender, ethnicity, or background.

Juliette Kayyem

F ormer Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security, CEO of Zemcar and Grip Mobility, and Professor at Harvard's Kennedy School  

Dr. Fareena Sultan
Professor of Marketing at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University
Lubna Khalid
International empowerment speaker and Founder of Real Cosmetics
Kalsoom Lakhani
Founder/CEO of Invest2Innovate, which supports startups in growth markets

Supporting LettuceBee Kids in 2019

According to UNICEF, there are more than 30 million street children in Asia. Surviving by sorting through trash at unhygienic dump sites and begging for money, these children--as young as three years old--are among the most vulnerable, neglected, and exploited.

LettuceBee Kids  (LBK) is working to develop a sustainable and scalable model for the education, care, and social integration of street children. They focus on four core values to prepare our children for regular schools and society: music, arts, farming, and family to help them build self-respect and confidence.  Since its founding, LBK has focused on a dignity centered approach, successfully generating market demand for the goods produced, while also contributing to a shift in cultural consciousness.  

With the help of our community, they have come a long way. However, in order to grow, build infrastructure and include more children, LettuceBee Kids is  seeking your support!