President & CEO Åsa Skogström Feldt discusses hunger and elaborates on the importance of implementing community-led strategies to fight hunger.
Head of School Emily Jones discusses a progressive school in which students learn the relevance of physical work, the importance of perspective, and the power of collaboration.
Joi Gordon talks about how Dress for Success Worldwide surrounds every woman with positive attitude to help them believe in their ability to succeed.
President Stephanie Meeks discusses identifying and saving significant threatened places.
President & CEO Jane Gilbert discusses research, support and advocacy for people suffering from ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
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.
Sue Gardner reflects upon the explosive growth of the Wikimedia Foundation, Wikipedia, and its other free knowledge projects during her six years of leadership as Executive Director.
Wikimedia Board Chair Kat Walsh discusses the values, history, and governance of Wikipedia and the organization’s other free knowledge projects that are used by half a billion people monthly.
Executive Director Donna Magnuson discusses the impact that Arizona has on refugees, and the contributions that refugees make to Arizona’s economy.
Associate Head/Head of School Elinor Scully discusses leadership lessons at independent schools.
President & CEO Wendy Selig discusses the largest private funder of melanoma research in the United States.
Judy Vredenburgh, President & CEO of Girls Inc. talks about their partnership with Google to provide coding experiences for more than 3,700 girls.