Monthly Archives: February 2013

Student Entrepreneurs Re-inventing the World: The Kairos Global Summit

This year I had a rather unusual birthday, spent with an incredible group of 350 college student entrepreneurs, plus 50 mentors of which I was one, on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The Kairos 50, a group of … Continue reading

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Volunteers’ work is critical in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy… and all Disasters

It has been three months since Superstorm Sandy hit the easternseaboard. Last week I had a moving experience on the Rockaway peninsula, and in Brooklyn, seeing firsthand the devastation and how volunteers continue to be part of the solution helping … Continue reading

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Games for Change

My blog from January 25 discussed the inspired work of Kat Taylor and Tom Steyer.  Another session of the USC Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy’s Leadership Forum involved Games.  Games are becoming an increasingly important way to communicate.  Last … Continue reading

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