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Danniel Fuchs: Thriving Together: The Revolution of Multi-Generational Living

Explore the dynamic world of multi-generational living with Danniel Fuchs, a seasoned executive who transformed into a fervent advocate for shared family homes. Dive into the profound life experiences that [...]
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Cindy Gallop – What Love Looks Like In The Real World

What different relationship models are people designing for themselves today? How do people manage their love lives through real-world health conditions, such as menopause, chronic pain, cancer, and aging? What [...]
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Petra Beumer – Sweetness of Doing Nothing – Learning from the Italians

What does it take to get off the hamster wheel, unplug from external stressors (and the addictive world of social media), and “come home” to oneself? Simply being and living [...]
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Charles Feinstein – Addressing the Climate Emergency: Economic and Policy Options and Making Polluters Pay

Climate change is the defining challenge of our time, with global consequences affecting the natural environment, basic livelihoods, and nearly every sector of human activity. The interview will briefly review [...]
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Genein Letford – How Intercultural Creativity is the New Driver of Innovation

We need new ideas! Creative thinking is now one of the top skills needed in the workforce, BUT creativity can only thrive with a culture of psychological safety and belonging. [...]
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Robert Tercek – How to Digitize The Whole World: Industrial Metaverse is the biggest opportunity in a generation

Around the world, cities and industrial concerns are launching digital twins of real-world infrastructure. Unlike the consumer Metaverse, which is designed as a platform for communication and entertainment, the Industrial [...]
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Wendy Whitman – Evil Obsessions: Unraveling Our Fascination with Crime

The “true crime” phenomenon has never been more evident. From television series to books to documentaries, there seems to be a never-ending fascination with crime, specifically murder. Serial killers are [...]
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Debra Hopkins – Breaking The Chains: Empowering creativity and community through art and connection

The power of art is immense. It can evoke emotions of all kinds, from the most profound sorrows to the highest joys, simultaneously or separately. For many people, art is [...]
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William Skinner – California doesn’t have a water problem – it has a storage and distribution deficiency.

In recent years, California has faced severe droughts that have further highlighted the inadequacy of its water infrastructure. As a result, many experts argue that California doesn’t have a water [...]
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Tony Hunter – Reimagining the Global Food System: Feeding 10 Billion in 2050

Tony Hunter will engage in a conversation about reimagining the global food system. He will challenge conventional methods and explore innovative approaches to sustainably and equitably feed a growing global [...]
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Chad Lane – The Adaptive Age: AI’s New Frontier – The Evolution of AI: Learning, Adapting, Transforming

Adaptive AI in the workplace is heralding a new era of technical transformation, fundamentally reshaping how businesses operate and innovate. Unlike traditional AI models that rely on static algorithms, adaptive [...]
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Ceah Justice – From Ally to Co-conspirator, becoming active in the fight for social change

In a world of growing complex social problems— the ongoing pandemic, war, climate change, economic inequality, and rising populism—driving lasting positive social change in communities is on the minds of [...]
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Eason Yang: Not Entirely Dead – A comeback kid designing for belonging and dignity

Most of us have faced a gap on our resumes, whether due to maternity or paternity leave, creative sabbatical, or just giving the finger to the nonprofit industrial complex when [...]
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Jill Greenbaum: Drawing the Future: Visual Storytelling for End-of-Life Choices

Through her unique visual storytelling approach and compassionate guidance, Dr. Greenbaum invites individuals to engage in deep conversations about their hopes, fears, and wishes surrounding their own mortality. [...]
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Nicole Gibson – Love as a Catalyst: Harnessing Emotions for Global Change

Even those who believe they are entirely rational make 80% of their decisions emotionally. Understanding our emotions and nuanced emotional patterns offers profound insight into why we experience what we [...]
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Stacy Pulice – Harvesting Wisdom: Nurturing Growth in Classrooms and Life

Each classroom, akin to our planet, is a potentially vibrant ecosystem, and the humans within it long for positive cycles of regeneration. This generative process fosters a more enriched education [...]
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Nelly Ortiz – Hacking the Wealth Gap with Tech

In this conversation we’ll explore topics such as the impact of emerging technologies like the Metaverse, Blockchain, and AI on wealth creation, the role of startups in driving innovation, and [...]
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Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, MD – The Long Road to Awareness: Breaking down barriers in long covid research

There is irrefutable data on the underpinnings of post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 (aka Long COVID). However, despite the burgeoning research on the topic, it has taken some time for the [...]
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Matthew Chang – A Teen Climate Activist’s Perspective on the Cumulative Power of Action

At first glance, an innocuous cold email may not seem like a powerful seed of change. But for Matthew, it has led to a climate movement and years of public [...]
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Dr. Philippa Hardman – The AI Education Revolution is Coming – or is it?

Despite the promise of so-called disruptive education technologies like the MOOC, education technology has failed to deliver on its promise to transform both the reach and quality of education. [...]
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Jennifer Karapetian – Imprisoned in a web of trauma

Intergenerational trauma can lead to a perpetual cycle of substance abuse, addiction, mental health disorders, child abuse, interpersonal violence, and other criminal behavior. We can break the cycle of intergenerational [...]
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Sarah E. McDonald – Cancer: How we show up for others in crisis

At 44, Sarah McDonald was newly married, newly promoted, and planning pregnancy. It felt like a time of new beginnings when suddenly she was diagnosed with a rare, incurable cancer. [...]
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Asude Altintas – Bringing Heart to Science Education

Asude will talk about the “double-winged” approach in education. She learned about this idea at YGA, an NGO in Turkey. They believe children need to be double-winged, competent, and compassionate [...]
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Sheela Shenoi – The pandemic’s effects on global health

Dr. Shenoi will review the covid19 pandemic’s trickle-down effect on other health conditions worldwide, including tuberculosis and HIV and noncommunicable diseases that plague our world. [...]
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Oz Rashid – The People Analytics Revolution is Coming – Are you Ready?

Companies have long been focused on traditional workforce performance metrics, including attrition, engagement, and tenure. Still, new methods of measuring human potential and productivity are revolutionizing how job candidates are [...]
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Kurt Wenner – The Geometry of Creativity – Five Creative Principles

Through a deep understanding of artists’ geometry, Kurt has discovered the Five Creative Principles that are fundamental to the existence of form. This insight reveals a new connection between math, [...]
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Ryan Ford – Set Fire to Design Process—Throwing away unrealistic frameworks and moving forward

In this conversation, Ryan will disrupt the inaccurate application of Double Diamond and Design Thinking, the mistaken beliefs and pressures resulting from them, and a more realistic way to represent [...]
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Shaun Tomson – The Code to Ride the Next Wave of Purpose

Purpose is the motivational power that enables individuals and organizations to thrive. Why is purpose important in life and business? Large-scale, longitudinal studies of over 73,000 people have shown that [...]
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Andrew Beall – Breaking Reality: The Emotional Impact of VR

In virtual reality, it’s so easy to get trapped by the fallacy that if only the technology mimicked reality better, the metaverse would unfold in all its splendor. That race [...]
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Greg Tehven – Rallying your community around a collective future

The Grand Farm Education and Research Initiative, powered by Emerging Prairie, are accelerating the research and innovation by creating the prototype for the first fully autonomous farm, impacting North Dakota, [...]
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Dr. Ashley Lauren Joseph – Unstoppable: Social Change & Collegiate Leadership

Dr. Joseph is passionate about building leaders and helping them develop frameworks that will carry them into their careers. With her focus on understanding the evolving role of women in [...]
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Flossie Hall – Military Spouse Unemployment, Why it’s a National Crisis

Military spouses face one of the highest unemployment rates of any demographic in America at nearly 30%. While also facing an incredible under-employment problem. The military, government, nonprofits, corporations, and [...]
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Rich Jacques – Finding Your Voice: Exploring the Creative Process

The idea that we can be creative has always fascinated Rich. It seems the way is to let go of our thinking mind…of all our assumptions about ourselves and life, [...]
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Marc Hamilton – Powering the Metaverse: Building Sustainable AI Factories and Digital Twins

On the surface, a business meeting in the metaverse seems a lot more sustainable than everyone driving to the office. But what about all the computing power needed to build [...]
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Peter Winick – Living in the Age of Thought Leadership

In this session, we will explore why thought leadership benefits individuals, teams, and organizations incredibly. [...]
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Brad Weed – We need renewables and EVs – What about congestion and social isolation?

Renewable EV charging can reduce fossil fuels, but will they relieve traffic congestion? While convenient, cars isolate people from their community, increasing separation, polarization, and despair. How can we improve [...]
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Michael Hanrahan – Navigating the End of the World (as we know it)

We now face political polarization, climate catastrophe, and economic destabilization. How do we move through these difficult times with grace and well-being? [...]
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Evan Hirsch – Rethinking Big Data, You and Your Health

How do you use emotional awareness to change how healthcare works. Evan brings a career in design thinking to help solve the problem of how all of us interact with [...]
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Majid Abai – Winning the Lottery – a metaphor for a life’s journey

Most of us have dreams of one day winning the lottery. We imagine how our lives would change if we won and the things we would do with that money. [...]
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Mark Oehlert – Shifting the Bedrock – Why we need to make the foundations of business more human-centric

In this conversation, we will touch on why so much of what we talk about in regard to innovation in the corporate education/training space has been and will be surface-level [...]
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Kathleen Cohen – Narrative Architecture vs. Virtual Worldbuilding

We will discuss how we hack feelings of safety and happiness in themed attractions as Experience Designers and how these core principles could be considered in virtual world-building and/or the Metaverse. [...]
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Chris Hill – How food will bring back our sense of Community

Chef Chris Hill believes the dinner table is the center of the community, both in and out of the home, and has ideas for how we can regain this sense [...]
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Richard Culatta – Education in an Evolving Digital World

EdTech expert Richard Culatta argues that technology can be a powerful tool for learning, solving humanity’s most challenging problems, and bringing us closer together. He offers a refreshingly positive framework [...]
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Diane Luby Lane – Is it possible to change the field of education with poetry? Yes!

Youth voices and youth stories are at the center of Get Lit’s curriculum in which students claim classic/contemporary poems that resonate with their hopes, dreams, and life experiences. [...]
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Brooke Ishibashi and Matthew-Lee Erlbach – The Important and Often Hidden Role of Arts and Culture in Today’s Society

In this episode, we discuss the mobilization effort for protecting the arts and culture sector of the U.S. through the grassroots campaign Brooke Ishibashi and Matthew-Lee Erlbach co-founded. [...]
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Fabiola Lara – Women in the Resistance: Empowering women artisans and entrepreneurs

In this talk, Fabiola breaks down the need for empowering other women, especially women artisans and female entrepreneurs to sustain their craft knowledge and skills. She shares her experience partnering [...]
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Alex Sheshunoff – The Future of Remote Work

Where, when, and, even, why we work has been turned on its head by the pandemic. In a far-reaching yet jargon-free conversation, Alex and Mark discuss where we are heading [...]
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Daniel Robbins – The Future of Marketing in the Metaverse

Dan will explain how marketing will drastically change in web3 and the metaverse as we go to community-centric brands. With the adoption of DAOs and other community-driven projects, brands and [...]
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Jake Voorhees – Community evolution to DAOS: should your tribe become decentralized?

With Web3.0 in the news and being talked about in the general media, most of us are still in the dark about what this means. In addition, there seems to [...]
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Penelope M. Meurer – Virtual “Super-collaborators” in a Post-Covid World

How we partner is continuously evolving, and Penelope’s examination of differing perspectives on work forums provides an avenue to advancing recognition of the value of the virtual environment. [...]
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Richard Kerris – The Metaverse is nothing new

The word has been used and overused for the past few months as if it’s just been discovered, but in fact, it’s not new, and the concept has been around [...]
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Bruce Sinclair – Digital Twins and Intelligent Environments

Bruce is an expert in the underlying technology that powers what is called the Internet of Things (IoT). He suggests the underlying technology that powers IoT allows us to create [...]
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Jennifer Strube Bochsler – Toddlers and Tech: A New Way to Look at Screen Time

In this talk, Jennifer explains why it’s never too early (or too late) to create a healthy relationship with tech. Through the use of simple screen swaps and intentional choices, [...]
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Luke Young, Rory Hornby – Entering a New Age of Agriculture

Agriculture suffers from sea-level rise, increased soil salinity, and unsustainable and environmentally damaging farming. With the next world crisis likely to be a battle over fresh water, a lot needs [...]
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Kavi Misri – For one founder, workplace burnout sparked a high-tech way to detect depression

Working 80 to 100 hours a week for 7 years in healthcare investment banking finally caught up to Kavi Misri, founder and CEO of Rose. Like many, he found himself [...]
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Hannah-Beth Jackson – Why would anyone in their right mind want to enter the political arena today?

The critically important role of public policy in maintaining a functioning, working Democracy, needs participation by citizens to be effective. As the current political landscape seems impossibly polarized, Hannah-Beth will [...]
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Scott Ross – Metaverse: Heaven or Hell

Scott sees the Metaverse as a terribly disruptive and possibly dangerous platform. However, as corporations continue to be driven by profits, increasing stock prices, overestimating technology’s potential (VR/AR), and convincing [...]
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Joshua Page – College Is Not The Only Option

We need kids to know that college is not the only option, that the trades need them. I believe getting into a trade saved my life; it gave me purpose [...]
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Jesse Rosenberg – Charge Your Commute

Whether it’s a morning commute or a weekend ride with friends, bike share can help cities meet their sustainability goals, and with e-bikes, can revolutionize transportation in their communities. People [...]
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Khalila Writes – Fighting cultural misconceptions towards Muslims through the power of voice

With the rise of businesses exploding on social media, Muslim women who once had barriers in place, such as not being able to commit to working hours due to children, [...]
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Anthony Duca – The Journey Towards a Metaverse for All

Wondering how accessibility, collaboration, and learning will shape the metaverse? Anthony Duca shares vision, values, and solutions for connecting from anywhere in the world with ways to unify ideas, products, [...]
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Jeremy Kermit – Self-Evident Truths: Wisdom from a Dying Man

Jeremy has Glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer with no cure. Speaking of death in western cultures is taboo and challenging. In this conversation, we’ll talk about facing that reality [...]
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Carter Emmart, Ph.D. – A Space Perspective

Seeing Earth against cosmic scale exposes the absurdity of human difference, the invisibility of borders, the commonality of needs, all within a terrifying thinness of atmosphere. We hold the power [...]
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Dr. Suzanne Wertheim – The deeper meanings and the hidden power of inclusive language

In today’s world, it’s become increasingly important for individuals and organizations to prioritize inclusion. In this conversation, Dr. Suzanne Wertheim shares one element where everyone can strive toward inclusivity: language. [...]
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Greg Melling – Why the Metaverse Matters

With the recent renaming of Facebook to Meta, the launch of the Omniverse by NVIDIA, and the proliferation of AR (Augmented Reality and VR (Virtual Reality), it is finally time [...]
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Angella Goran – Obstacles & Illusions in Finance for the Banked & UnBanked

This conversation is for people and business owners to better understand global financial access and securities, allowing for better use of innovative technologies that are truly aimed at mobilizing and [...]
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Dr. Valerio De Angelis – How batteries are changing our electricity infrastructure

Renewables are changing how we make electricity. Electric cars are changing how we move. Batteries invented to power small devices are enabling these changes. We will explore how batteries, electric [...]
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Avril Johnnidis – Net-Positive Regenerative Neighborhoods

The way we design and build our homes, energy and water and waste systems, streets, sidewalks, neighborhoods, landscapes, open spaces, and sources of food impacts just about every level of [...]
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Sandra Kwak – Climate Justice through renewable energy access

Sandra Kwak, the CEO of 10Power, will explain their work with local partners to develop and finance commercial-scale solar projects in Haiti, making renewable energy affordable and accessible for tangible [...]
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Dr. Margo Thomas – The imperative to foster global gender economic equity

“Women’s economic empowerment is not just a moral imperative, it is an economic no-brainer.” Women make significant contributions to economic growth, wealth creation, innovation, employment, and human capital. Yet, their [...]
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Michelle Beyo – A Wave of Change: The Rise of Female Founders, Inclusion, and Diversity

A harsh reality must be faced: Female founders still face huge challenges rendering access to opportunities and funding. In a world where diversity is key, how do we change? [...]
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Sam Kadi – Creativity in times of confinement

Filmmaker Sam Kadi has been creating films under extreme conditions well before the Pandemic. His TEDxSantaBarbara talk spoke about how he created a film to capture the Syrian crisis without [...]
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Dr. Joan Rosenberg – Rethinking Imposter Syndrome

Dr. Rosenberg will help us reframe Imposter Syndrome which includes addressing skills, knowledge, experience, and mastery along with discussing intersecting practices such as diminishing accomplishments, perfectionism, harsh self-criticism, refusing compliments, [...]
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Maureen McCoy – Resilient college students? Only if they have enough to eat.

We live in a nation with more than enough food, but the numbers of hungry people continue to rise, with some of the greatest jumps in the college student population. [...]
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Randy Bretz – Mentoring for a New Era: A Generational Perspective

With so much turmoil in the world today and everyone working in time-compressed situations, when would now be a good time to understand how you could raise your hand to [...]
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Dan Dalton – Realizing the future of transportation, for all

From the air to underground, countries are in the process of taking advantage of technologies to improve transportation in novel and impressive ways. But how do we ensure that this [...]
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Ari Matusiak – The Climate and Economic Case for Electrifying Everything

We are motivated by the fact that 90 percent of all emissions in the U.S. are energy-related, and 42 percent of those energy emissions come from the decisions we make [...]
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Wesley King – Futuristic Health Technologies That Are Already Here

Wesley spends his time on the fringes of technology and innovation, and as a result, he sees ideas before they hit the mainstream. He’s particularly interested in the Human of [...]
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Duey Freeman – COVID, Family, and Development: The Next Three Generations

Covid has infected every cell of our families, communities, and society just as it infects our bodies, taking our life’s breath, affecting every person on a cellular and systemic level. [...]
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Mike Fero, Ph.D. – Organism Making and Modding

Until recently, modifying microbial, plant, and animal cells has been a slow and artisanal process. However, with advances in technology allowing researchers to read, write, cut, copy and paste DNA [...]
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Jonathan Brill – Future-Proofing Your Business in Our Rogue Wave Era

At this moment, rogue waves are forming under your business. If you thought COVID was a surprise, prepare for bigger waves. Ten barely manageable undercurrents are colliding to create a [...]
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Kimberly Rose – Rewilding – Loving Nature. Living Nature.

Kimberly’s passion is facilitating the relationship between people and nature, people and animals, and people and people. As a naturalist, humane educator, eco-therapist, nature mentor, and dog trainer, she believes [...]
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Fiona Sampson – Ending Impunity for Child Rape

The equality effect is an international network of human rights advocates (including grassroots community members, artists, musicians, filmmakers, health care workers, journalists, lawyers, teachers, students, judges, and Parliamentarians) working collaboratively [...]
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Sean Patterson – Design tool constrained thinking

Sean will talk with us about how electronic circuit designers are constrained by the design tools they use and today’s manufacturing techniques. [...]
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Sean Hastings – Protecting Blue Whales and Blues Skies

Every year, container ships and auto carriers make thousands of transits in the shipping lanes in the Santa Barbara Channel region and along the California coast. These vessels are a [...]
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Gabe Ruzzier-Gaul – Changing The Way We Farm: How Green Spaces Can Feed Us Into The Future

To produce more quality nutrition for our future, we have to think differently. For example, we can create more resilient food systems by planting trees to turn landowners into farmers, [...]
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Julian Reeve – Taking Control: The Great Career Migration

Covid-19 disrupted the global labor market in unfathomable ways. Millions lost jobs or were furloughed, and those fortunate enough to stay in employment faced the daunting task of adapting to [...]
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Claudia Weintraub – Shape the future by shaping the education system

Charter schools provide more than a “cafeteria” style of education. Indeed, they provide a “farm-to-table” model, where students’ passions and dedication are essential to preparing them for this century and [...]
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John Davies – Is Any Form of Energy Acceptable?

John Davies will explore the powerful journey humanity has followed on the path of ever-improving energy and how the lessons of the past should lead us to a desire for [...]
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India Rose Matharu-Daley – The Future of Work: Millennials in Sustainable Business

India Rose Matharu-Daley believes that we can create a fairer, greener, and more prosperous future through business for good. She aspires to help solve the world’s greatest challenges, including climate [...]
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Dr. David Pellow – Struggles for Environmental Justice in Prisons and Jails

This conversation considers the origins and evolution of the movement for environmental justice as a grassroots demand for a bold vision of democracy that emphasizes the links among human health, [...]
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Ezinne Okoro – Understanding the Importance of Corporate Social Advocacy, and Cultural Equality in the Workplace

At this time in history, it is clear that diversity, equity, and inclusion is not a trend. The business case is proven that these strategies should be incorporated into the [...]
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Dr. Sarb Johal – Staying Steady: What we need for good mental health and wellbeing as we emerge from the pandemic

How do you deal with uncertainty and anxiety when your world is upended by the coronavirus pandemic? Dr. Sarb Johal, an expert in emergency management and disaster psychology, had to [...]
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Prof Dr Ger Graus OBE – Children can only aspire to what they know exists

“Children can only aspire to what they know exists” is Ger Graus’s mantra and he sees his and KidZania’s approach to education and entertainment as a significant piece in the [...]
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Marco Pinter, Ph.D. – Inspiring Movement in a Sedentary Public

Movement and dance are enormously valuable for physical and mental health, yet are rarely tapped into. Dr. Pinter creates interactive artworks designed to unlock and inspire movement and has opened [...]
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Melody Stanford Martin – Conflict Transformation and the Lost Art of Healthy Disagreement

In a society of seemingly unending conflict, impasse, and polarization, many of us feel our communities tearing apart at the seams. Using an anti-oppression lens, author Melody Stanford Martin offers [...]
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Melissa Yamaguchi – Beyond Vision and Purpose

Having vision and purpose isn’t enough, you must take action. The four roadblocks people often unknowingly or knowingly run into cause entropy. Your mind is the biggest cause of your [...]
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Stacey McKinnon – The Societal Duty of Businesses. Happiness, meaning, and fulfillment for your people.

Businesses are often founded to make a difference in a particular industry. However, owners do not always consider the impact they will make in the lives of the people working [...]
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Linda Cole – Moving Beyond Extreme Poverty: Women Speak Their Development Strategies

When women become active participants in defining their development strategies, change takes place. African Women Rising has been on the frontlines working in Northern Uganda for the last 15 years, [...]
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Chris Ragland – Climate Equity & Culture: Rethinking What Makes an Environmentalist

Chris will unpack environmental justice and the need for culture change to occur simultaneously with policy changes. Re-building relationships between the natural world and communities of color, centering awareness and [...]
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