Webinar Mapping a better world with YouthMappers

WEBINAR March 28, 2024 at 11am EST/4pm CET

Mapping a better world with YouthMappers

Maps don’t just help us to find our way in the world, they help make it a better place – supporting humanitarian aid, sustainable development and more. In our webinar, TomTom and YouthMappers share how we’re working together, as part of the OpenStreetMap (OSM) community, to make maps with impact.

Join us on Thursday March 28 to learn all about our ongoing collaboration with YouthMappers, and how we’re shaping a more open, community-led future for mapmaking through OSM. You’ll discover how we share resources, expertise and ideas to strengthen community mapping initiatives, improve map data quality and shape more impactful applications for maps.

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In this 60-minute session, speakers from TomTom and YouthMappers will explore the following topics and answer any questions you have.

  • Introduction

  • How TomTom and YouthMappers collaborate as part of the OSM ecosystem

  • How TomTom is mentoring and incubating new skills in local YouthMappers chapters

  • How TomTom and YouthMappers share know-how, resources and data sources for more impactful mapmaking

Youthmappers Webinar Salim Baidoun

Salim Baidoun
Global Communication & Engagement Manager, TomTom

Youthmappers Webinar Anouk Stoof

Anouk Stoof
Head of Global Events, TomTom

Meet our co-hosts
Youthmappers Webinar Dr Patricia Solis

Dr. Patricia Solis
Director & Co-Founder, YouthMappers

Youthmappers Webinar Zola Manyungwa

Zola Manyungwa
Communication Director, YouthMappers


About YouthMappers

YouthMappers is a global movement of university-student-led chapters. Its members organize, collaborate and implement mapping activities, using public geospatial data and technologies, to highlight and directly address development and environmental challenges worldwide.