Jay Xu, Director & CEO of the Asian Art Museum, discusses the influence of Asian art and culture across the globe, and the unique dialogues between works of art across time that help us to better understand our world.
Taking a sabbatical from his career as a venture capitalist to work on ocean and other forms of conservation, Tod Bensen discusses how a VC business perspective informs his work as Board Chair of WildAid, a nonprofit that reduces demand for endangered species products.
Executive Director Rebecca Rolfe discusses the rapidly evolving needs of the LGBT community, and how the Center has been a critical resource over the last decade to those seeking a space to express their full, diverse selves.
Executive Director Sue Gardner discussed the challenges of stewarding an international community that develops, contributes to, and uses the world’s largest free knowledge project. Interviewed in 2009.
Tess Reynolds, Chief Executive Officer of New Door Ventures, discusses the challenges faced by disconnected youth and the life skills they need to learn in order to become successful contributors to their communities.