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.
CEO John Guess discusses bringing the ten-year vision of Houston’s museum to fruition, and the interplay that exists among arts institutions.
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.
Executive Director Michael Ferrell discusses helping the homeless and people at-risk for homelessness return to self-sufficiency through residential and social services.
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.
Tom Martin discusses working with elected officials to address ecological and economic challenges that require the engagement of family forest owners.
President & CEO Bob Gagosian discusses advancing research, education, and ocean policy.
Deputy Director & Chief Curator Kerry Brougher discusses the evolution of modern art for the 21st century, and his experiences curating the contemporary art branch of the Smithsonian Museum.
Executive Director Joel Zarrow discusses training teachers to achieve literacy for children in high-poverty, high-minority school districts by the third grade.
Founder & CEO Jim Thompson connects character education that kids learn in youth sports to leadership skills those same youth carry into later life.
Associate Head Dr. Clarence Perkins discusses Westmark’s approaches to serving students with learning differences.
CEO Henry Berman discusses small-staffed foundations, which account for nearly half of all grant dollars in the U.S.
Susan Medak, Managing Director of the Berkeley Repertory Theatre discusses how theater is very much alive today, and its primary value and role in the art world.
President & CEO Jane Gilbert discusses research, support and advocacy for people suffering from ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Executive Director Matthew Melmed discusses promoting the health and development of infants and toddlers through practical tools.
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.
President & Executive Director Brian Lemay discusses studying and preserving Boston’s unique history embodied in materials, records, and structures such as the Old State House.
CEO Scott Steen discusses the oldest national non-profit conservation organization, advocating for the protection and restoration of U.S. forests.