As a former alumni of Youth Speaks, Niles X. Lichtenstein has always been active in the communities of storytelling and innovation. While an undergraduate at Harvard, he started the Finding Freedom Through Language project and led the Harvard Spoken Word Society. In 2015, after a decade of work in technology, Niles returned to passion for narrative and founded his latest company, Enwoven, a digital storytelling platform that turns institutional memory into insight by weaving together stories, memories and experiences to build living histories of products, brands, initiatives and cultures. Funded by The New York Times and Associated Press, Enwoven has empowered individuals and groups to create multi-media narratives for the likes of The New York Times, Pulitzer Prizes, and large companies like Coca-Cola, Reebok, Campbell’s and many more. Outside of Youth Speaks, Niles also sits on the board of Summer Search, which empowers low income youth to benefit from life changing summer experiences and year round mentorship.