Director Paul Tetreault discusses the process of presenting theatrical plays that make history come alive.
President & CEO Neal Shapiro explains the difference between public media and commercial media.
Ruth Sherman, Executive Director of Community Resources Connection discusses the work and mission of the organization.
Judy Vredenburgh, President & CEO of Girls Inc. talks about their partnership with Google to provide coding experiences for more than 3,700 girls.
President & CEO Doug Blonsky talks about the individual and corporate donors who help the organization achieve their mission of keeping Central Park beautiful.
Gary Bagley, Executive Director of New York Cares talks about the importance of improving volunteer management training and education in the nonprofit sector.
Executive Director Al Avina discusses how connecting blinded veterans’ to one another can help treat trauma and depression.
President & CEO Louis DeGennaro talks about delivering results and how their research has helped discover virtually every therapy currently used to treat blood cancers.
Joi Gordon talks about how Dress for Success Worldwide surrounds every woman with positive attitude to help them believe in their ability to succeed.
Deputy Executive Director of Development & Global Initiatives Michele Alexander explains in detail the beginning of the human rights movement and its continued importance today.
President & CEO Åsa Skogström Feldt discusses hunger and elaborates on the importance of implementing community-led strategies to fight hunger.
President & CEO Bruce Wilkinson discusses how the Catholic Medical Mission Board focuses on improving women’s health and children’s health in order to achieve healthy societies.
Executive Director Joel Zarrow discusses training teachers to achieve literacy for children in high-poverty, high-minority school districts by the third grade.
James Otieno, Chair of the Board of Trustees of Palo Alto University, explains the mantra of the organization.
Chief Innovation Officer Michelle Tafel discusses the nation’s largest nonprofit dedicated to making higher education possible for low-income youth by connecting them to college and career.
Tom Martin discusses working with elected officials to address ecological and economic challenges that require the engagement of family forest owners.
Executive Director Gary Schneider talks about the history and early development of the museum.
Executive Director DeMaurice Smith discussed protecting the rights of NFL football players and upholding standards of conduct for owners, fans, and stakeholders in the marketplace of sport. June 5, 2014 interview.
Anne-Imelda Radice discusses preserving, conserving, and interpreting a comprehensive collection of works made by self-taught artists.
Director Richard Townsend talks about the exhibition Sculpture in the Age of Donatello. MOBIA is the sole world-wide venue for this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition.