President Dan Stetson discusses the challenges of developing a financially self-sustaining business model to support hands-on marine science and history education for 110,000 K-12 students and 8,000 teachers annually.
President Jane Pisano discusses the rapid transformation of the Natural History Museum as it has moved toward multidimensional interactive visitor experiences that deliver new, exciting scientific knowledge to constituents from around the world.
Executive Director Paula Golden examines how business, foundation and nonprofit leaders negotiate productive relationships that strengthen nonprofits and align with the objectives of donors in ways that benefit society.
Vice President of Research and Collections Dr. John Long discusses how the museum’s world renowned scientist and collections management teams share complex knowledge and material with both a general audience and leading researchers internationally.
Founder & Executive Artistic Director Ben Donenberg discusses the founding of the Shakespeare Center, the relevance of live performance in an internet age and how directors and actors shape engaging, modern interpretations of Shakespeare’s immortal works for today’s diverse Los Angeles audiences.