Filmmaking For Good Teams Up With Princeton University To Produce Videos For Positive Impact
(Case Study with John Danner at Princeton)
John Danner // Professor // Princeton University: “I have trusted Jessica Kizorek multiple times over the last 10 years to visit my Princeton students and provide instruction on best practices for making short-form videos about social ventures and causes. Student teams in my recent course about food insecurity and each group had to make a pitch video about original ideas to address problems related to food and poverty. Jessica met individually with each team, listening to their ideas and advising them on how to capture those ideas on video. At the end of the class, we Zoomed Jessica in to screen and review each group’s videos. She was able to do a critique while providing insights that only come from someone with 20 years experience in the field. Jessica and her curriculum are great partners in the classroom, and I hope to continue to collaborate for many years to come.”
Princeton University Students Produced The Following Videos:
OUR PARTNER: Professor John Danner
John Danner teaches courses on innovation, strategy and venture development at UC Berkeley-Haas School of Business and Princeton University. In addition, he anchors executive education programs around the world, and is a frequent, highly regarded keynote speaker at conferences and seminars, including TEDx, TED Global, association meetings, and many corporate events.
He is the co-author of two best-selling books: Built for Growth: How Builder Personality Shapes Your Business, Your Team, and Your Ability to Win and The Other ‘F’ Word: How Smart Leaders, Teams, and Entrepreneurs Put Failure to Work. He advises senior executives in business, government and nonprofits in a variety of settings globally – on issues of strategic and leadership significance. For those of you who are fans of TED, he’s also the guy who came up with the idea for TED U[niversity].
He holds the JD, MPH and MEd degrees from UC Berkeley; and received his BA cum laude from Harvard.