Don Ness, Executive Director of the Ordean Foundation, discusses the power of partnering with organizations in order to eliminate multi-generational issues, including poverty. This interview was produced in collaboration with WDSE WRPT.
James Christmas, President & CEO of North Homes Children and Family Services, discusses the organization’s unique approach to ensuring children grow up in loving, caring, and supportive households. This interview was produced in collaboration with WDSE/WRPT.
Featuring: Melanie Rios Glaser, Executive Director of the Wooden Floor, Reginald Adams, President & CEO of the Museum of Cultural Arts, Houston, Dr. John Long, Vice President of Research and Collections of Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, Sue Gardner, Executive Director of Wikimedia Foundation, Cindy Cohn, Legal Director & General Counsel of Electronic Frontier Foundation, Jakada Imani, Executive Director of Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Marc Spencer, CEO of Juma Ventures, Martin Fisher, CEO of KickStart, and Cecil Williams, Minister of Liberation of Glide Foundation.
President & CEO Naila Bolus discusses the only national supplemental program that leverages the power of community and adult-child relationships to build the key language and literacy skills preschool children need to succeed.
Roman Ortiz, CEO of Project ARRIBA, discusses the vital model implemented by the organization which helps individuals succeed in their careers and lives. This interview was produced in collaboration with KCOSTV.
Laura Williamson, Executive Director of the Muncie Civic Theatre, discusses the changes implemented by the organization that allow accessibility to all community members, including youth and those with disabilities. This interview was produced in collaboration with WIPB – Indiana Public Broadcasting at Ball State University.
David Baca, Chief of Schools of the Los Angeles Unified School District, discusses how allocated funds are used to educate K-12 children throughout the city. This interview was produced in collaboration with KLCS.
Founder & CEO Dorothy Stoneman discusses unleashing the intelligence and positive energy of low-income youth to rebuild their neighborhoods and their lives through community service, leadership development, and building affordable housing.
Bill Blackwell Jr., Director of the American Indian Resource Center at Bemidji State University (BSU), discusses creating a strong support system for first-generation college students to help them succeed. This interview was produced in collaboration with LPTV.