Scott Jackson, CEO of Global Impact, explains how the organization helps companies and nonprofits achieve their humanitarian missions. The author of Take Me with You: One Person’s Journey to Find the Charity Within, Jackson discusses how the US Pacific Northwest influence is so strong.
Microsoft’s Cameron Birge describes the tech giant’s humanitarian efforts around the world. Microsoft integrated it’s philanthropic work into the company like other business units. “Helping the world to become a better place” has become a part of Microsoft’s essential framework.
From someone who knows, girls in developing countries can make a huge positive impact. Shelmina Abji, UN Foundation’s Adviser on the Girl Up initiative, discusses how girls can succeed with opportunity in some of the world’s most difficult places.
This US member of Congress finds the path to bipartisan cooperation AND effective global development. Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA) discusses global threats and opportunities and the United States’ place in the world.
“Millennials are great!” says Steve Gandara, business performance expert. Gandara adds that “culture eats strategy for breakfast” and discusses how today’s employers are changing to fit today’s consumers.
Hip Hop Heals — Scott Hanauer of Washington State’s Community Youth Services discusses how his organization uses hip hop to address troubled youth. Program director Bobby Williams and graduate Shanelle Berry join the conversation.
Marathons With Meaning — Running With Those Who Cannot. Peter Kline runs marathons for people with disabilities, just to give them the chance to experience what it’s like. Amazing story of an amazin person!
Habitat and Microfinance: Ed Bland, global expert in microfinance, explains how Habitat for Humanity expands its work through small lending.
Bank innovator Kat Taylor, CEO of Beneficial State Bank, describes how banking for the community can really work.