Rescuer of women and girls tortured by the LRA, Sister Rosemary explains the depth of the need.
World Wildlife Fund expert Jason Clay says we must reduce food waste to save the planet.
Lawyers against poverty: Fiona Darroch describes how to use law to help gain rights for indigenous people.
Dr. Elizabeth Hausler Strand explained how to prevent earthquake fatalities through construction techniques.
Howard Taylor, Nike Foundation VP, discusses the importance of helping 12‑year‑old girls in Impact Countries.
Britt Yamamoto, Founder and CEO of iLEAP — Where World Citizens Learn — describes a program to bring people from around the world together to learn.
Cisco’s Tae Yoo and Heal Africa-USA’s Judy Anderson talk together about problems and solutions in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Judy Anderson describes the strongest women in the toughest place on Earth.
Cisco’s Tae Yoo explains the importance of broadband to Impact Countries.
Heifer chief Pierre Ferrari describes how the organization strives to help save families today and build futures.
Joe Kiani describes Masimo’s extension of health care diagnostics to Impact Countries.
Dr. Brylyne Chitsunge and Ndileka Mandela have teamed to advocate for women farmers in Africa.
Majora Carter, Bronx, proves that the poor can be a part of profitable development.
Angelic Young, Institute for Inclusive Security, discusses helping women have a voice at policy tables.
Sheryl Greentree, Water for Africa, UK, explains how to tap water for Africa’s people.
Amena Ali, Earth Networks, describes hi-tech way to protect human life through early weather warnings.
Daniel Karpantschof, serial entrepreneur, describes changes in philanthropic models from contribution to action.
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.
Jeff Terry, Amway Corporate Citizenship, explains the way the company works with small entrepreneurs to effect social change.
Maxine Barnett, Acorus Capital, explains worldwide investing with a social conscience.
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.