NextDayBetter is a new type of media and storytelling platform for diaspora communities. Through storytelling and community activation, we tell the untold stories of migrant communities across the globe and call them to action to solve today’s greatest challenges.
A Filipino diaspora member born in Kuwait, raised in the Bronx, NY. Serial Entrepreneur, Fulbright Fellow, Google Next Gen Leader, and Posse Foundation Scholar.
Puerto Rican. First Movers Fellow at the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program. Clinical Professor of Marketing at Bard MBA in Sustainability.
Editorial consultant and writer based in Manila, Philippines, working with startups, social enterprises, and other creative ventures.
Tells stories through the moving image, drawing from years of experience in commercial video production. Illustrator, motion designer, film director, and musician.
Art director, illustrator, designer all rolled into one zany package. Seven years of solid experience in advertising marked with awards and pitch wins. A mental health advocate helping share stories through art.
A member of the Nigerian, Jamaican and Cuban diaspora, she has lived in the US, Kenya, Nigeria, England, France, and China. Environmental Defense Fund, Environmental Leadership Program, and Acumen Fellow.
A filmmaker, musician, and writer born in Manila, Philippines. Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Film, Cum Laude, from the University of the Philippines.
Writer, educator, and occasional seamstress from Quezon City, Philippines. Co-founded Grrrl Gang Manila and was a Fellow at the Japan Foundation Curatorial Development Program and a Cultural Journalism Fellow at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart8.
Born in Singapore and raised in Minnesota, Ben is a social media manager, performing musician, and artist manager based in NYC. He is a firm believer that through partnerships and alignment, communities and businesses can work hand in hand to better the future.
Born and raised in Kuwait. Currently pursuing his academic and professional careers in the United States. A Master’s student in Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University, his work is focused on community, cultural engagement, and strategic storytelling.
Our Founder, Ryan Letada was recently interviewed by Monocle Magazine’s Daily Radio Show regarding relief efforts in New York City and new technologies for disaster response. He shares creatives ways to support relief efforts from attending Jeepney and Maharlika’s fundraiser today to donating your time and talent to develop apps that support Philippines education and relief effort1s in our Hackathon this weekend.
“The global Filipino Diaspora is a hub and inspiration for world-changing ideas that pushes humanity forward.”, says Ryan Letada, NextDayBetter CEO and Co-Founder. “This global speaker and action series is designed to celebrate and amplify the impact of these ideas.”
“It is actually easy to find these world-changing people from our community that are leading the way in tech, in creativity, in different industries and we are contributing more, not just for the Philippines but for the entire world,” Ryan Letada, founder of Next Day Better, said.