Diversity Reboot Summit

How to Save the Internet with Jonah Peretti, CEO of BuzzFeed and Maureen Hoch, Editor at the Harvard Business Review

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How to Save the Internet with Jonah Peretti, CEO of BuzzFeed and Maureen Hoch, Editor at the Harvard Business Review

Last year, Jonah Peretti, the CEO and founder of BuzzFeed published “How To Save The Internet'. Jonah opened his widely read piece by saying, “The internet is at a crossroads. In one direction, there is a flaming dumpster fire, pushing people apart. In the other, the internet is a source of joy and truth, connecting people together. We have the chance right now to work together to build a better future.” During this talk, Jonah and Maureen will discuss whether the internet can truly be saved as the crises of 2020 grow.

Meet The Speakers

Jonah Peretti
Jonah Peretti
Founder & CEO, BuzzFeed

Jonah is an Internet entrepreneur and co-founder & CEO of BuzzFeed. Prior to BuzzFeed, he was a co-founder of The Huffington Post.

Maureen Hoch
Maureen Hoch
Editor, HBR.org and Managing Director, Harvard Business Review

Maureen Hoch is the Editor of HBR.org and the Managing Director of Digital Content for Harvard Business Publishing. She leads Harvard Business Review’s award-winning digital newsroom and the HBP Content Lab, which drives editorial innovation across the company. Among her previous roles, Maureen was the Managing Editor for Digital News at the PBS NewsHour and the Global Web Editor at the World Bank.