Geoff Mulgan

Geoff Mulgan Geoff Mulgan, CEO of NESTA (Britain’s National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts), and former Director of Policy to British Prime Minister Tony Blair, talks about the nimble power of small, nimble organizations to create sweeping change. Listen to it now:

Bradford Smith

Bradford Smith, President of the Foundation Center, talks about the seemingly conflicting traits that combine to create successful change efforts. Listen to it now below:

Daniel Wehrenfennig

Daniel Wehrenfennig, founder of the Olive Tree Initiative at University of California, Irvine, talks about constructive conversation in areas of global conflict. Listen to it now :

Debra Jacobs

Debra Jacobs, President and CEO of the Florida-based Patterson Foundation, talks about the power of partners all learning together, to create new realities in communities. Listen to it now below:

Alberto Ibargüen

Alberto Ibargüen, President and CEO of the Knight Foundation, talks about the power of putting “discovery, vision, courage, know-how and tenacity” into practice in our daily work. Listen to it now below:

Tonya Surman

Tonya Surman, founder and CEO of the Toronto-based Centre for Social Innovation, talks about the power of creating physical spaces where changemakers can work and learn together. Listen to it now:

Michael Quinn Patton

Michael Quinn Patton, program evaluation consultant and author, talks about the importance of learning how change leaders think vs. learning what they do. Listen to it now:

Martin Brueckner

Martin Brueckner, Lecturer at the Institute for Social Sustainability at Murdoch University in Western Australia, talks about people moving from awareness (theory) to action (this is personal!). Listen to it now :

Sonya Campion

Sonya Campion, co-founder of the Campion Foundation, talks about the power of focusing first and foremost on the community. Listen to it now below: