Your Vote Counts? How the Leadership Now Project Wants to Get Your Skin in the Game
Leadership Now Project CEO and founder Daniella Ballou-Aares shares her organization's mission, efforts, and success in ensuring a fair, principled, competitive, and representative U.S. democratic system.
Don’t Read the Comments: Katie Rosman’s Survival Guide to Journalism in the Social Media Age
New York Times features reporter Katie Rosman lives at the intersection of popular culture, journalism, and social media. She shares her outlook on the future of reporting in an era of click counts, fake news, and the disruption of print journalism.
Disruptive Fair Trade: How Naadam Is Getting the Cashmere Industry’s Goat
Matt Scanlan, CEO of the cashmere clothing company, Naadam, talks about how he created a successful startup with almost no knowledge of the industry that he was about to disrupt forever.
Reddit, the Bustling Marketplace of Ideas: How to Preserve — and Monetize — Community-Driven Free Expression
Reddit COO Jen Wong discusses the biggest social network you never talk about, and how Reddit's unique culture of free expression within community-moderated spaces has made it one of the most robust marketplaces of ideas on the internet.
The Business of Keeping It Simple: How Less is More at Primary
Primary cofounders Galyn Bernard and Christina Carbonell discuss how staying true to their model of curated options and organic community engagement has made their children’s clothing company a startup success.