Cisco’s Tae Yoo and Heal Africa-USA’s Judy Anderson talk together about problems and solutions in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Women & Girls
Judy Anderson describes the strongest women in the toughest place on Earth.
Dr. Brylyne Chitsunge and Ndileka Mandela have teamed to advocate for women farmers in Africa.
Angelic Young, Institute for Inclusive Security, discusses helping women have a voice at policy tables.
Zoe Bogan and Catherine Munoz are mentors in the Global Give Back Circle, helping girls 5,000 miles away.
Mpule Kwelagobe, Miss Universe 1999, uses her immense talents to help women in Africa.
Susan Davis, President of BRAC-USA, describes the importance of women in social enterprises to community development.
Sir Fazle Abed, BRAC Founder, describes his 40‑year‑old organization’s work for human dignity and rights.
Cherie Blair makes her annual visit to Rainmakers by describing the new mobile phone program for women in business in Impact Countries.
Linda Lockhart, Global Give Back Circle Founder, and Mary Mwende, program participant, talk success at CGI 2012.
Rebecca Allen volunteered to work with women in Colombia through the Christian Peacemaker Team. She returned with a new admiration for women fighting difficult odds.
Conservationist Jamie Bechtel, A New Course, shows how involving women in global environmental efforts helps bring about social change.
The rule of law around the world is the topic with Dwight Gee of the World Justice Project.
2011 Citizens Finalist: Dow Chemical Company. This 30‑year partnership brings global and local successes in housing. Dow lends needed technical assistance and human capital as Habitat becomes one of the world’s leading green builders. Bo Miller of Dow and Joe Mulvey of Habitat for Humanity explain.
2011 Citizens Finalist: Tupperware. Tupperware, the household name across the world, focuses its community work on women’s personal and economic empowerment. Yolanda Londono, who leads global responsibility at Tupperware, describes the company’s international ambassador outreach.
2011 Citizens Winner: UnitedHealth Group. Helping people save lives is the focus of Best Business Neighbor United Health Care with Kate Rubin, VP of Social Responsibility.
2011 Citizens Finalist: Kimberly‑Clark. “Every Little Bottom” — Giving diapers for families in need is the subject of Kimberly‑Clark’s recognition as a finalist for the BCLC’s Best Business Neighbor award. Jenny Lewis, foundation VP, explains.
2011 Citizens Finalist: Allstate and NNEDV. Ending domestic violence is the subject of this Allstate-led partnership. With Sue Else, of the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), and Stacy Sharpe of Allstate, the common bond of prevention and aid of violence victims was discussed.
2011 Citizens Finalist: Alcoa. Jamaica is just one of the countries benefitting from the community work of Alcoa and its employees. Stephanie Wolcott explains how this global company’s work remains local. No wonder Alcoa was a finalist for the 2011 BCLC International Ambassador award.
Abby Falik, Founder and CEO of Global Citizen Year, provides updates on a new partnership with Nike Foundation, and new possibilities for students!
Yolanda Londono of Tupperware Brands explains how the company and it’s thousands of representatives work in the community.
The work of Cherie Blair’s Foundation for Women continues to provide opportunities for those who never had them before.
Susan Davis, President and CEO of BRAC USA, explains how BRAC works in partnership to help people in poverty.
Global Sustainability! Dow’s Bo Miller describes the three considerations to achieve sustainability: economic, social and environmental.