General Session
More Than a Number: What’s age got to do with it?
2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

In 2020, people ages 13 to 22 surpassed 2.5 billion worldwide. Teens may not qualify as a “child” from many regulatory standpoints, especially in the U.S., but this generation is impacting our world in a big way and the teenage space is becoming a hot topic in children’s privacy conversations from Capitol Hill to corporate board rooms. Gen-Z authority Kathleen Hessert discusses the shifting and evolving definition of a child and introduces us to today’s definition of a teenager. 

Kathleen Hessert  -  Founder & President of Communication Concepts, Sports Media Challenge, and WeRGenZ
Julia Nehrings  -  Student
Rose Smolowitz  -  Student
Tarun Yavagal  -  Student
Maxwell Rusmisell  -  Student
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