Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on the importance of advancing Native American Art and Artists in America with guests: Della Warrior, Director of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture; Lulani Arquette, President & CEO of the Native Arts & Cultures Foundation; and John Vanausdall, President & CEO of The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.
Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on the importance of African American Chambers of Commerce, with guests;
John Harmon, President & CEO of The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey, Inc. Larry Ivory, President & CEO of the Illinois State Black Chamber of Commerce & Jay King, President & CEO of California Black Chamber of Commerce
Host Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on taking care of our aging population, with guests:Suzanne Anderson, Executive Director of AGE of Central Texas,Rimas Jasin, Executive Director of Presbyterian Senior Services,&Linda Levin, CEO of ElderSource
Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on animal welfare and safety, with guests;
Liz Skrobisch, Executive Director of Animal Rescue League of Southern Rhode Island Dr. Edward Schettino, President and CEO of Animal Rescue League of Boston & Kerri Burns, CEO of Santa Barbara Humane Society
Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on seafood farming, with guests; George Chamberlain, President of Global Seafood Alliance, Jim Parsons, Board President of National Aquaculture Association, & Sebastian Belle, Executive Director of Maine Aquaculture Association.
Host Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on aquariums and ocean conservation during the pandemic with: Roger Germann, President & CEO of the Florida Aquarium; Vikki Spruill, President & CEO of the New England Aquarium and Keith Sanford, President & CEO of the Tennessee Aquarium.
Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on aquariums, with guests; Bob Davidson, CEO of Seattle Aquarium Cynthia Whitbred-Spanoulis, President and CEO of Virginia Aquarium & Peter Kareiva, President and CEO of Aquarium of the Pacific
Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on bringing art education to underserved communities, with guests; Liz Hopfan, Executive Director at Free Arts NYC Michael Manson, Founder and Executive Director of Musical Arts Institute & Shelby Williams-Gonzalez, Chief Executive Officer of Inner-City Arts
Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on how we can better help and understand people living with Autism with guests Colleen Allen, President & CEO of Autism Alliance of Michigan; Joanne Quinn, Executive Director of The Autism Project in RI; and Brian Hall, Executive Director of Autism Delaware.
Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on building diversity in the performing arts with Everett McCorvey, Professor and Director of Opera at the University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts; and Jose Luis Valenzuela, Artistic Director at the Latino Theatre Company.
Host Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on capacity building for nonprofits with guests: Melanie Tavares, Director of Capacity Building and Nonprofit Support at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving; Bill Buckner, Director of Learning and Capacity Building at The Annie E. Casey Foundation and Tom Fuechtmann, Senior Program Officer of the Community Memorial Foundation.
Host Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on the challenges of keeping communities healthy during the pandemic with Krista Zodet, President of the Healthwell Foundation and Tania Barber, President & CEO of Caring Health Center.
Host Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on the challenges of running a financially stable nonprofit during COVID with guests: Eric Anyah, Chief Financial Officer of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and Eileen Frazier, Chief Administrative Officer of the National School Board Association.
Host Mark Oppenheim leads a discussion on how children welfare services have been affected during the pandemic with guests: Tara Perry, CEO of National CASA/GAL Association for Children; Barnaby Murff, CEO of Extraordinary Families in Los Angeles and Larry Rein, President & CEO of Childnet in Florida.