Kristin Smith, CEO of Code Fellows — “Coding is the new literacy” — details advantages of learning to code in the job market.
Ellen Newhouse, author of “Nothing Ever Goes on Here,” discusses how she found joy in her life after overcoming abuse as a child.
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).
Stories from the internment camps in the U.S. West in WWII. Tom Ikeda, Densho, describes the lessons to be learned.
Psychiatrist Ron Sterling has done extensive research on ADD and discusses his surprising findings. Is ADD even a disease?
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.
Pioneering business woman Susan Mashibe, Owner and Executive Director, VIA Aviation, is the first Tanzanian FAA certified pilot and airplane mechanic.
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.
Phil Martin, Compassion2One, helps rescue children who have been trapped into sex slavery. Phil Martin describes the depth of the problem … in the US and the world.
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.