Dr. Reimert Ravenholt, World Population Pioneer, tackled big tobacco and infectious diseases before facing the biggest challenge: world population.
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Pioneering business woman Susan Mashibe, Owner and Executive Director, VIA Aviation, is the first Tanzanian FAA certified pilot and airplane mechanic.
Michael Tetteh, Leadership School for Ghana — a beacon of light for Ghanaian children — described his vision: to build a school in his home country of Ghana.
Phil Martin, Compassion2One, helps rescue children who have been trapped into sex slavery. Phil Martin describes the depth of the problem … in the US and the world.
OneWorld Now!’s Kristin Hayden, with OWN Alum Philmon Haile, describes how study abroad changes lives.
Ndudi Chuke, Executive Director, Mission Africa US, discusses the needs and solutions to help the people of Nigeria.
Waka Waka Co-Founder Maurits Groen describes how the solar Waka Waka light incorporated the ability to charge cell phones and more!
Tom Douglas, Iron Chef winner and James Beard Foundation Best Restaurateur, discusses social responsibility and food.
Tim Crosby, Slow Money NW, and an MBA in Sustainablility, discusses the feast and famine of food and farming.
Mouhamed Djalo describes his focus on the board of Global Impact. Mr. Djalo also discusses a youth of moving from one country to another for his family to gain free speech.
Edward Zellem spent several years in Afghanistan with the US Navy. He came to understand Afghan proverbs as part of speech, and wrote about it. Now, the author gives back on the Global Impact board.
Tostan Director Gannon Gillespie describes how Tostan, a Hilton Laureate, works with communities to tackle the greatest social problems — Tostan Brings Dignity for All.
Mark Viso, Pact President and CEO, describes the importance of partnerships and measurements in attaining local results in global development.
Beth MacNairn, Executive Director, Handicap International, describes this unique organization, winner of both the Nobel Peace Price and the Hilton Humanitarian Award.
Keeping sewage from Indian rivers is a key to economic and energy growth. Tansa Clean’ Anisha Shankar describes her entrepreneurial journey: there is opportunity in human sewage!
SOS Children’s Villages-USA CEO Lynn Croneberger describes one of the world’s best known organization’s efforts to help children for the long term.
Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland discusses her global leader partners in the Elders, the Hilton Awards, and a surprise at the end!
The Hilton Humanitarian 2013 prize in the amount of $1.5 million awarded to ECPAT USA (End Child Prostitution and Trafficking)! Carol Smolenski, Executive Director, discusses saving children from sexual exploitation.
Elevar Equity’s Johanna Posada describes how investing in disconnected communities brings positive returns for all, elevating the poor.
Upaya Social Ventures’ Steve Schwartz explains how there are great successes on the horizon for the poorest of the poor and for business and communities, too!
Veterans of philanthropy and technology come together to form SeeYourImpact! Scott Oki and Digvijay Chauhan explain how to involve many more donors in life changing work.
Linda Lockhart, Founder and Chair of the Global Give Back Circle, and Mary Mwende, from the first GGBC class, explains the progress and benefits of the mentoring organization.
Latanya Mapp Frett explains the extension of Planned Parenthood to some of the most difficult regions on Earth.
Laura Peterson discusses how Hands to Hearts International helps people put research into action for the first three years of life. Close parental/adult caregiver attention yields a lifetime of benefits.