Pulitzer Prize-Winning NYT Columnist
A Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The New York Times, Nick Kristof offers a compassionate glimpse into such issues as global health, poverty and gender in the developing world.
EPA Administrator under President Obama
A career public servant in both Democratic and Republican administrations, Gina McCarthy has been an advocate for common sense strategies to protect public health and the environment for more than thirty years.
Grandson of Nelson Mandela
Ndaba Mandela is ensuring that his grandfather’s legacy lives on through his work to brighten Africa’s future. Among Ndaba’s efforts is the Africa Rising Foundation to increase employment and education.
President, Mary Robinson Foundation
One of the world’s most respected advocates for human rights and Ireland’s first woman President, Mary Robinson leads the mission of the Mary Robinson Foundation—Climate Justice.
First Female Prime Minister of Norway
Former prime minister of Norway and director-general of the World Health Organization, speaker Gro Brundtland has dedicated herself to making the world a better place.
Director of Global Engagement at the White House
A U.S. Diplomat turned entrepreneur, Brett Bruen comes with dynamic experience. After advocating for entrepreneurs in the White House, Bruen acknowledged his passion and started his own business.
Environmental Advocate & Water Policy Expert
A globally recognized advocate on water quality and policy, speaker Alexandra Cousteau continues the work of her grandfather Jacques-Yves and father Philippe Cousteau.
Former French Minister of Foreign Affairs
The founder of Doctors Without Borders, Bernard Kouchner is known as an independent thinker. He offers his skilled perspective on uniting people behind a purpose and the value of redirecting organizations.