"There's a human relationship at the basis of everything. Every organization, every system originates from a bunch of people who spent time together and had a great idea and then made it happen." (see page 19)
In 2013, Jennifer was selected as a Fellow for the HP Catalyst Academy where she designed and delivered a Mini Course titled Facilitating Intercultural Digital Exchanges.
In 2009, Jennifer was appointed as the Education and Youth Cluster Focal Point for the Young Global Leaders contribution to the World Economic Forum Global Redesign Initiative. Additionally, she was Co-Chair of the Forum's Youth Task Force. She is also Editor of the 'Youth Effect: Toolkit for Decision Makers on Engaging with Youth' and served as a member of the 2010-2011 World Economic Forum Global Agenda council on the Next Generation
2013 Intercultural Innovation Award Finalist, by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the BMW Group
2012 Possibility Thinker, Future Possibilities Canada
2010 Global Youth Talent Award to TakingITGlobal on behalf of the Government of Extremadura, Spain
2009 CIIM Giovanni Caboto Award, Confederation of Italian Entrepreneurs Worldwide
2008 The Women's Post 2008 Women of the Year
2008 Impact Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award
2007 Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 in the Future Leader Category
2007 York University's Bryden Alumni Award Winner in the 'One to Watch' category
2007 Member of Official Canadian Delegation on State Visit to Brazil with Governor General
2006 Top Newsmakers, IT Business Magazine
2006 Shad Valley Outstanding Commitment to Youth Award
2005 World Economic Forum Young Global Leader
2003 McGill University's Management Achievement Award
2002 National Congress of Italian Canadian's Young Achievement Award
2002 World Economic Forum Global Leader for Tomorrow
2001 Wired Woman Young Woman of the Year
2000 One of Converge Magazine's "Shapers of Our Future"
November 2013, daytime Toronto, Rogers TV with Paris Herbert-Taylor
January, 2013, daytime Toronto, Rogers TV with Val Cole
August, 2012, Bold Magazine, "How Does Change Happen? By Taking It Global"
August, 2009, Reader's Digest, "Matchmaker to the World: Canadian Jennifer Corriero marries volunteers to good causes online."
March, 2009, National Center for Technology Innovation, "The Youth Voice: TakingITGlobal"
September 2008, ASTC Dimensions, "Building the Future: Science Centers and the NetGen"
August 2008, The Kaiser Network, "Reaching Millions - Youth, AIDS and the Digital Age"
July 2008, The Globe and Mail, "Social Networking for Social Change"
May 2008, Chatelaine Magazine, "Chatelaine's 80 amazing Canadian women to watch"
April 15, 2008, The Globe & Mail: Technology, "Digital activists target Tibet"
March 7, 2008, Faculdade Cásper Líbero, Cybernetic Engagement
January 1, 2008, The Aspirant, She takes it global
November 30, 2007, Girlphyte, Set a Goal, Take it Global
Winter 2007, Volunteer Leadership Magazine, "Kids, Volunteering and the Digital Age".
January-March 2006, Esteem Magazine, "Inspiring Action".
July 31, 2005, The Times of India, "One World, Young World".
July 10, 2005, Tandem News, "Vaughan's Youth to be Heard at the U.N."
May 30, 2005, Red Herring Magazine, "Globalism and Its Idealists"
May 24, 2003, Toronto Star, "Young key to fresher thinking: Web guru"
March 2002, Guest on Vicki Gabereau National Television Show
February 2002, The York University Gazette, Cover Story, "York Student Explains Net Generation to World Leaders"
2001/2002 Featured on the Cover of York University's Recruitment Brochure
December 2001, Sunnybrook and Women's Hospital News, Cover Story
October 2001, TIME Magazine, "Next Generation: Helping Hands"
September 2001, Ontario Prospects: Ontario's Guide to Career Planning
September 2001, Italia Online, "Consulenti Informatici Adolescenti"
November 2000, Stern Magazine, "Unsere Generation verknüpftdas Netz"
November 2000, The Toronto Star, "Aboriginal Career Fair Attracts Youth"
November 2000, The Herald (Halifax), "E-polling the Planet"
October 2000, The Globe and Mail, "The Tale of the Teenaged Techie"
August 2000, The Toronto Star, "They are IT"
August 2000, Converge Magazine, "Net Girls Unite"
August 2000, Fast Company Magazine, "Youth Movement"
April 2000, USA Today, "Teens tell Microsoft Where to go Today"
April 2000, ABCNews.com, "Microsoft's Youth Movement"
April 2000, la Republica, "Il futuro di Microsoft in mano ai teenager"
March 2000, The Star (Malaysia), "Different Worlds but Same Dream"
March 2000, National Post, "Making a Difference"
Featured in Publications
2011 Italian Chamber of Commerce of Ontario feature in 'The Next Generation - Made in Canada: The Italian Way'
Young people, education, and sustainable development Exploring principles, perspectives, and praxis, © 2009 edited by: Peter Blaze Corcoran and Philip M. Osano
Grown Up Digital: How The Net Generation is Changing Your World, © 2008, Don Tapscott
Totally Wired: What Teens and Tweens are Really Doing Online, © 2007, Anastasia Goodstein
Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything, © 2007, Don Tapscott, A. Williams
Navigating the Badlands, © 2004, Jossey-Bass
Entrepreneurship: Creating a Venture, © 2001, Nelson Thomas Learning
Canadian by Conviction: Asserting Our Citizenship, © 2000, Gage Publishing
Technology With Curves, © 2000, Harper Collins Publishing
"I wonder... if young people were actively engaged in all aspects of society, and thought of themselves as community leaders, problem solvers, role models, mentors and key "stakeholders"...how would the world change?"
~ Jennifer Corriero, Quote on Starbucks Coffee Cup: The Way I See It - #48