Matt Griffin: Army Ranger, SharkTank partner and Sundance producer, describes how to achieve lasting peace and honoring fallen friends.
University of Washington PhD candidate from Uganda, describes her research in the interaction of wildlife and humans.
Isabel Zamanillo discusses social factors of how humans interact with the environment.
Suzanne Mayo Frindt, President of The Hunger Project, describes a multi-pronged approach to solving hunger and poverty.
Patrick Awuah, Founder and CEO of Ashesi University, describes the need for education in leadership, among other things.
Where can you train to be a Global Leader? At the Global Leadership Forum. Founder Peter Bloomquist describes the benefits of the cohort that people can
Kerosene can be a killer, when the kerosene is used for light to study by. Jo Lonseth, Co-Founder/Executive Director of Extend the Day, explains how a $5.00 solar light can save the life of a child and brighten the stars for a young one who wants to learn.
Finland’s ambassador to the US, Kirsti Kauppi, explains her country’s high ranking livability. She also describes tensions with Russia, in Europe, with the US and working with the challenges of massive emigration from the Middle East.
Teaching Ghana’s Farmers: Cliff Schmidt, Literacy Bridge founder, describes how technology helps in some of the most remote regions of West Africa.
Brian Baird, President of Antioch University, describes how higher education can serve students’ global interests.
At age 12, Dr. Ntaiya wanted to go to school so badly that, instead of getting married, she agreed to undergo the tradition of female genital mutilation. She later returned to start her own school for girls (with Pape Gaye of Intrahealth and Gannon Gillespie of Tostan).
Dr. Kakenya Ntaiya: CNN Hero, UN Youth Advisor, One of Newsweek’s 150 Women Who Shake the World — all she wanted to do was go to school (with Linda Lockhart and Mary Mwende, of the Global Give Back Circle).
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.
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!
Heroes! Ann Medlock, Giraffe Heroes Project, details local and global heroes from all walks of life.
Linda Lockhart, Global Give Back Circle Founder, and Mary Mwende, program participant, talk success at CGI 2012.
Maurits Groen, WakaWaka Light, described a new, inexpensive, rugged, durable solar-powered lamp that can replace kerosene lamps in Impact Countries.
Cliff Schmidt, Literacy Bridge, explains how technology provides relevant training among the world’s poorest.
Dr. John Gardner, Bainbridge Graduate Institute, discusses the future of food and business … and how it intersects.
Bainbridge Graduate Institute co-Founder Jill Bamburg describes today’s business responsibilities.
Gifford Pinchot explains sustainable business and intrapreneuring at Bainbridge Graduate Institute.
Steve Atamian is the co-founder of Global Brigades, set to become the largest student-led social responsibility movement on Earth.