“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” is the mantra of Excellent Cultures. Steve Gandara explains how companies that pay close attention to the culture of their operations do much better for all stakeholders.
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Lisa Meadowcroft, African Medical Research Foundation, tells about the healthcare workers in the last mile … and how AMREF trains thousands.
Chip Comins: “Get ready for renewables!” The chairman of the American Renewable Energy Institute discussed how renewable energy is an affordable future.
Who is changing the world? Chances are they work at an ImpactHub. Brian Howe heads up ImpactHub in one of its 60 places around the world, and describes this new collaboration of talents in a collegial workplace.
Scott Jackson leads Global Impact, helping to transform the world through its partner charities and supporters.
Dave Stephens, Grameen Foundation, relates how poverty is being eliminated.
Kathy Calvin, UN Foundation President and CEO, describes the progress of the MDGs as time marches on to 2015.
Pape Gaye, IntraHealth, provides an update on health workers throughout the world.
Jen Gilhool, Corporate Executive and Author, describes the challenges of being a woman in global business.
Susan Davis describes the latest programs from the world’s largest NGO: BRAC.
Gina Torry describes the obstacles to peace and how academics and policymakers collaborate for ending conflicts.
Heifer International’s Pierre Ferrari describes how his organization works with smallholder farmers to help the world.
Jill Iscol describes people who are making a difference in Hearts on Fire; Foreword by Bill Clinton.
New York doctors Pina LoGiudice and Peter Bongiorno describe how foods have qualities that can trump many medicines—and for less money: “We have medicinal power from food choices.”
Heroes! Ann Medlock, Giraffe Heroes Project, details local and global heroes from all walks of life.
Asamoah Ismaeel, Director of Global Brigades, Ghana, discusses working with students to help with medical, hunger, and poverty issues.
John Graham, Giraffe Heroes Project, explains his being in Egypt in May 2013, in Tibet, in Vietnam, and more adventures!
Dr. Emmanuel Ziga, Grace For All Nations, explains how his organization’s Christian principles apply to business.
Can a cook stove save lives? Yes! Peter Scott of Burn Design Lab explains.
Does this triple bottom line bank set the new standard for banking?
Peter Gishuru, African Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest, discusses the changes happening on the African landscape for business and people.
Before going into academia, Dr. Forsher produced over a 100 nationally aired shows over a 20-year career that were carried by Discovery Channel, A&E, Cinemax, Movie Channel, and PBS. These included shows on the entertainment industry, American culture, holiday traditions, and censorship. Dr. Forsher served at Florida State University as an Assistant Professor in the […]
Eric Becker is a Seattle-based director. After receiving his MPH in Global Health (Yale, 2006) he went on to work as a producer for HBO and as a co-producer for the documentary Fambul Tok. He has directed a number of short films dealing in issues of social justice, the environment, health, and development. His first […]
The owner of New York-based Big Dream Productions and Fish Head Studios, Berry brings a vast depth of experience to Rainmakers. He earned his first photography award as a Cub Scout; attained a BA in Multimedia Production from the University of Washington; and earned multiple Northwest Emmy awards. Berry’s work television and production work includes […]