Telosa is a new model city that has been inspired by entrepreneur and investor Marc Lore’s vision of creating a higher quality of life, greater opportunity, and a better society for its citizens. It’s a project that I’m really excited about, and that’s why I’m humbled to announce that I am part of The Junto Group, which is made up of urban planners, designers, historians, community engagement experts, economists, financial managers, scientists, and engineers from different backgrounds.
I am honored to be part of a team of five advisors on this groundbreaking project, including Bjarke Ingels, founder of Bjarke Ingels Group, one of the world’s most highly regarded architecture firms; Netta Jenkins, a leading voice on diversity, equity, and inclusion and an acclaimed author; Preet Bharara, a lawyer, author, podcaster and former US attorney; and Peter Diamandis, a futurist, author, entrepreneur and executive founder of Singularity University.
We will be collaborating to create a city that is sustainable, diverse, and equitable. Our common vision is to make the world a better place, where people can reach their full potential and enjoy a meaningful, high-quality life in an inclusive community.
Telosa is going to be a sustainable blueprint for other cities around the world. The project has a target population of 5 million people by 2050.
The first #TelosaTogether Town Hall is on July 25th. Telosans from all over will gather to talk about community needs and raise awareness. The focus of the conversation will be on discussing Telosa’s core values. The event will be live streamed from the Brooklyn Museum.
Sign up for the town hall here.