Duncan Marsh, international policy expert, discusses the policies involved with addressing climate change on an international basis.
Profiles in Philanthropy
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!
One person has great impact! Gina Guddat, a global philanthropist, takes her “Voluntourism” around the world.
Charlie Bresler, Executive Director, The Life You Can Save, describes how people can have more impact with their charitable donations.
Building Media After War: Jon Newstrom describes building and operating radio stations in war-torn Eastern Europe, Afghanistan, and Africa.
Solutions to everything? Paul Shoemaker, Executive Connector, says yes!
Dr. Reimert Ravenholt, World Population Pioneer, tackled big tobacco and infectious diseases before facing the biggest challenge: world population.
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.
Tom Douglas, Iron Chef winner and James Beard Foundation Best Restaurateur, discusses social responsibility and food.
Jill Iscol describes people who are making a difference in Hearts on Fire; Foreword by Bill Clinton.
John Graham, Giraffe Heroes Project, explains his being in Egypt in May 2013, in Tibet, in Vietnam, and more adventures!
Majora Carter, Bronx, proves that the poor can be a part of profitable development.
Impact Investing that Works, Part 1: John Belluomini knows poverty, from his own experience. He also knows wealth, from his own experience. He’s created a new way to have an impact through investing: The Center for the Greater Good.
Impact Investment, Part II: John Belluomini (Center for Greater Good) continues with details about community development in the US.
Impact Investment, Part III: “Impact” is the key word as John Belluomini of the Center for the Greater Good shows what is possible with community development.
Global public affairs and strategic communications firm founder Margery Kraus advises on the importance of philanthropy.