Step into the shoes of your fellow global neighbors and become enlightened by far reaching solutions catalyzed by technology and born from a deep cultural understanding.
Welcome to Second World, the place where we celebrate the possibilities! There are three parts to our mission:
Would you like to join our global team of event organizers, public art masterminds, photojournalists and passionate speakers? more
Contribute your skills, services or funds to help Second World in the fight to overcome global poverty through global solutions that respect culture and honor true empowerment. more
As an avid musician and “fine arts” major at Tulane University, Ben Moon immersed himself in the diverse artistic culture of New Orleans. Even at this early stage, he became fascinated by the ways in which his love of creating both sonic and visual elements could be combined to create a heightened emotional effect. After graduating and returning to New York, Moon’s work has been featured in a string of successful exhibitions throughout the world, including New York, London, New Orleans, Beijing, as well as several appearances at Miami’s prestigious Art Basel.
Stephanie Schorow has had a long career as a writer, reporter, editor and author. Currently she is an assistant professor of professional writing at Regis College, who continues to write, lecture and consult for a variety of media. Graduating from Northwestern University, she has worked for newspapers in Illinois, Missouri, Utah and Massachusetts before moving to Boston to work as a newswoman for the Associated Press, the Boston Herald and she has taught freelance writing and feature writing at Emerson College and Cambridge Center for Adult Education.
Valerie Parker is passionate about getting the tools of storytelling into the hands of all people worldwide. She has traveled the globe documenting humanitarian projects, art and culture, and sustainable development including Jamaica, Peru, Nepal, India and Egypt. She looks forward to fusing her discoveries found in Singapore and honed at the MIT Media Lab with the mission of bringing innovation to the developing world, as well as our communities throughout the United States.
Second World is currently combing the planet for the most passionate storytellers, photojournalists and technologists to join our team to arm the world with immersive storytelling tools to honor our global culture.
To be considered, please apply here.