Press & Awards
Read more about Move This World from the global press and accolades we've received to date
Move This World highlights the need for adult social and emotional learning and references the Commission’s second case study, Supporting the Whole Teacher. The post describes key steps one Nashville school has taken in addressing this need.
Earlier this month, we launched Tech Takes Action, a new tool to help New York tech workers respond to the most pressing issues of the day by speaking up, chipping in, and giving back.
Following this theme, we decided this month’s companies to watch should focus on five Tech:NYC members that are embracing social good and making a real difference in their communities. We love that these companies have set out not only to create successful businesses but also help people along the way.
Teachers at The Renaissance Charter School have seen a difference in their students after using Move This World’s videos, which have provided the school an easy and accessible tool for addressing their students emotions.
Despite crushing it at “hard skills” like writing, math or coding, it’s our ability to ride the waves of disappointment and rejection, pump others up, and stay constantly attuned to feedback in real, meaningful ways that help us rise above. Here’s 6 ways to cultivate these “soft skills.”
80% of employers note social and emotional skills as the most important to success and yet the hardest skills to find. Build yours with these six practical tips from Move This World.
Ed Dive: K12 talked with MTW partner school, Renaissance Charter, about why they see social-emotional learning as much more than a passing fad.
Move This World, along with our CEO, Sara, and U.S. Programs Director, Anya, were awarded Stevie Awards respectively in the categories of: Organization of the Year, Female Innovator of the Year, and Employee of the Year.
Move This World recognized for "Best New Innovation" at the 2016 Beyond Sport Awards for the latest iteration of our online learning solutions.
Sara sits down for a one-on-one with EdTech Chronicle to discuss National Bullying Prevention Month & the importance of mindfulness.
This week on BridgingTheGap, expert guest Sara Potler-LaHayne, joined us to share her thoughts on the best ways to integrate creative learning into education.
Sara is the Founder & CEO of Move This World. A life-long dancer and previous professional performer, Sara was a Fulbright Scholar in Bogotá, Colombia when she authored, implemented, and evaluated the original Move This World curriculum.
Her company, Move This World equips leaders with a set of evidence-based, creative tools to manage daily stresses and to give people the skills to collaborate and support one another to succeed. The organization has equipped over 150,000 individuals across school districts and organizations, with the tools to strengthen their mental and emotional wellbeing.
Our Founder & CEO has been honored with this year's 36 Under 36 Award from Jewish Week NY. Read the full article now.
The Atlantic speaks with Move This World and other social organizations aiming to change school climate using movement and expression as vehicles for teaching kids social-emotional skills.
Sara joins the likes of such famous athletes and humanitarians as Muhammad Ali & David Beckham on Beyond Sport's list of Inspirational 50.
A group of smart, successful female founders and CEOs gathered on the 15th floor of the New York Times building in NYC for "10 Things Every Female CEO Should Know," a panel organized by development consultancy Cyrus Innovation, along with co-sponsors Brand Foundry, Dev Bootcamp, New York Angels, and Bella Minds, as part of Cyrus's Female Founders program. Here's a list of some of the best advice for startups from the evening.
Enjoy Happy Healthy You! - our podcast about living a joy-filled life with balance in body, mind and spirit. A world where creative expression and emotional well-being are celebrated, are validated, and are part of all interactions at home and in the workplace. Sounds like a good idea, right? Sara’s got it covered!
Huffington Post interviews Move This World's Founder and CEO, Sara, about their impact, data, and evidence-based approach.
Move This World uses creative movement as a way to transform conflict, violence, and bullying in communities. In partnership with schools, community-based organizations, families, and corporations, MTWis building and connecting more peaceful communities in the United States in Baltimore, Newark, New York City, and Washington, DC.
Baltimore students begin a journey of empathy and appreciation for diversity through Move This World's dynamic curriculum.
La Republica's Entrepreneurship section highlights Move This World Columbia as a socially inclusive business.
Move This World and other organizations cultivate empathy to give people skills to improve their quality of life.
Sara recognized among the top 45 social entrepreneurs across the US, Canada & Mexico by Ashoka Changemakers & American Express.
Are Lady Gaga and Sara Potler all that different? The Guardian emphasizes Move This World's critical contributions to the campaign against school violence and bullying.
El Tempo names Move This World as an innovative idea that will change the world in one of its special editors.
Read the Washington Post's thoughts on the connections between peace and movement and the past, present, and future of Move This World.
Move This World is shortlisted for Best Conflict Resolution program at the Beyond Sports Awards in London during the Olympics
Carnegie Council's Policy Innovations highlights the story of Dance 4 Peace, now Move This World.