You can create a ‘tribe’ out of any group of people, if you listen to each other’s stories, build trust, and share experiences, says Sky.
“I like to think of courage as the ability to go ahead and do things even though I am tremendously afraid,” says Elizabeth Maloba.
Astrid Escobedo speaks on her commitment to fighting injustice, why she is on a year-long sabbatical and how she manages to achieve work-life balance.
Maureen Oduori on why she advocates democracy and governance so passionately, her non-partisan approach nd her strategy to achieve work-life balance
Sonja Spruit speaks about what makes her a “Global Girl” and how she overcomes the challenges that come her way.
“You always have to sell an idea, a project and your point of view,” says Isabel Amorim, CEO The Escritório Central de Arrecadação e Distribuição which is the national copyright collection agency in Brazil.
“To be honest, I had never wanted to be involved in any kind of social activism, but now I feel that I have to do it,” says Zhanna Nemtsova.
Sustainability of food is under the threat of insect pests, plant diseases and many other stressors that come with climate change. Here’s how Dr Ngumbi is combating it.
“Over the years, sadly, we have seen many authoritarian countries prove capable of not just managing the political impact of technology but harnessing it toward greater geopolitical goals outside their borders,”says Shanthi Kalathil.
“Teaching and learning across continents is like a team sport – making a difference in a learning community brings the experiences of students in diverse countries together in fun ways,” says Professor Colette Mazzucelli.
Yawa Hansen-Quao, a social entrepreneur from Ghana, says she is passionate about helping Africa become a continent that is peaceful, prosperous and just.
Ruth Kissam is the first Papua New Guinean to be selected for the Obama Foundation Scholars Program at Columbia University.