As a doctor and researcher, Hans Rosling identified a new paralytic disease induced by hunger in rural Africa. Now he looks at the bigger picture of social and economic development with his remarkable trend-revealing software.
Anne Welsh McNulty established the John P. McNulty Prize in 2007 in honor and memory of her late husband and brings her intimate knowledge of his spirit and inspiration to the selection process.
Clara Miller is President and CEO of Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF), the only national financial intermediary exclusively committed to social sector finance.
David Sanders is executive vice president of systems improvement at Casey Family Programs, a national operating foundation that serves children, youth, and families in the child welfare system.
Fred Wertheimer is the founder and president of Democracy 21, a nonpartisan organization that works to ensure the integrity and fairness of government decisions and elections.
Geoffrey Canada is the acclaimed author of Fist Stick Knife Gun: A Personal History of Violence in America, as well as the recent recipient of the prestigious McGraw Prize for Education.
Ms. Babbitt practices in our Washington, DC office, assisting clients on issues of public policy and strategy, especially with regard to their international operations.
Jim Steyer has spent more than 20 years as one of the most respected experts and entrepreneurs on issues related to children's policy and media in the United States.
Jane Chen has spent years working on health issues in the developing world. She was program director of a nonprofit in China dealing with HIV/AIDS, and worked for the Clinton Foundation's HIV/AIDS Initiative in Tanzania.
Vice President of Philanthropy and Society at the Aspen Institute; Co-Founder of the Global Philanthropy Forum; President & CEO of the World Affairs Council of Northern California
Joan Blades (b. ca. 1956 in Berkeley, California) was the cofounder in 1987 with her husband Wes Boyd of Berkeley Systems, a San Francisco Bay area software company known for marketing the After Dark screensaver and the You Don't Know Jack trivia game.
Judith Rodin is president of the Rockefeller Foundation, one of the nation's oldest and largest private philanthropies, making grants and programmatic investments averaging $140 million per year.
Kathy Madden is an environmental designer who, as a member of the senior leadership team, has guided the development of Project for Public Spaces since 1975.
Dynamic Founder, President and CEO of A10 Clinical Solutions, Inc., an award-winning clinical care and clinical research company; Named in the Top 10 Women Entrepreneurs by Fortune Magazine; Named Entrepreneur of the Year for Social Responsibility by Ernst & Young
Lloyd W. Howell, Jr. serves as Booz Allen Hamiltonís U.S. Government Capability Development Leader for Organization and Strategy (OS) and focuses on the organization design, organizational efficiency, strategic human capital, learning systems, and change management service offerings, supporting a variety of civil, Department of Defense, and security clients.
Mathis Wackernagel is a Swiss-born sustainability advocate. He is currently Executive Director for Global Footprint Network, an Oakland, California-based non-profit that focuses on developing and promoting metrics for sustainability.
Leading Expert on Philanthropy and the Not-for-profit sector as well as a Pioneer in the Field of Spirituality and Social Transformation; Author of "Just another Emperor? The Myths and Realities of Philanthrocapitalism"
Peter Diamandis runs the X Prize Foundation, which gives rich cash awards to the inventors and engineers who'll get us back to the moon, build a better car and explore the genome.
Phyllis Glink is executive director of the Irving Harris Foundation in Chicago, where she works in the area of early childhood development and child and family welfare.
Suzanne Morse has launched a blog. She's just getting started, but this is a significant development, since Suzanne, President of the Pew Partnership for Civic Change, plays an important role in our increasingly coherent and robust movement for civic renewal.
William C. Bell is president and CEO of Casey Family Programs, a national operating foundation that serves children, youth, and families in the child welfare system.
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