LIVE FEED: Global Philanthropy Forum Day 2

From: Nick Aster
April 24th, 2014 | 0 Comments

In partnership with the Global Philanthropy Forum, TriplePundit is pleased to offer these live streaming videos of the forum.  Just click the Youtube video below to join in, or watch later on.

 

Welcome & In Conversation … World Bank President Jim Yong Kim – 9:00-9:30am:


A welcome by Peter Robertson, Chairman, Board of Trustees, World Affairs Council.

 

After Dr. Kim became president in July 2012, the World Bank Group established two goals: ending extreme poverty by 2030 and boosting shared prosperity for the bottom 40 percent of the population in developing countries. Join us for a dialogue with President Kim, whose perspective is integral to both setting and meeting global development goals (via interactive video).

 

Jim Yong Kim, President, World Bank Group

[Moderator] Tom Kalil, Deputy Director for Technology and Innovation, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

 

In conversation … Laurene Powell Jobs and Wendy Kopp, CEO and Co-founder, Teach for All – 9:30-10:03am:

Wendy Kopp is an example of the rare social entrepreneur who had success in scaling her first model with Teach for America, and is now charting new and important endeavors addressing education inequities on a global stage. We will hear insights on transitioning leadership, how to begin a new enterprise after reaching key milestones and creating effective program models for working on a global scale.

 

Wendy Kopp, CEO and Co-founder, Teach For All

[Moderator] Laurene Powell Jobs, Founder and Chair, Emerson Collective; Chair, GPF Advisory Council

 

Citizen Solution: The Tangible Earth – 1:13-1:30pm:

 

Anthropologist Shinichi Takemura wanted to change the way people understand our world and explore new ways of portraying the reality of what’s happening to the planet. His answer? The Tangible Earth, the world’s first multimedia interactive digital globe. It dynamically represents various aspects of the earth, such as real-time weather, natural disaster projections, climate variations, global warming progression and biodiversity.

 

Ingenuity Speaker:

Shinichi Takemura, Creator, The Tangible Earth

 

Citizen Solution: Redefining Philanthropy – In Conversation…Darren Walker, Ford Foundation – 1:30-2:00pm:


In September, Darren Walker became the tenth president of the Ford Foundation. Join us for a conversation about foundation’s influence on his life, the current environment for social change, his hopes for the foundation and his thoughts on how philanthropy is being redefined.

 

Darren Walker, President, Ford Foundation

[Moderator] Jane Wales

 

 

Citizen Solution: Redefining Leadership – 2:30-3:48pm:

 

Global goals cannot be met if societies are divided, political opinion is polarized, core values are contested, deliberative processes are abandoned, and individual responsibility to the community is shirked. To capture the benefits and mitigate the dangers of fast-paced change, far-sighted and collaborative leadership will be required at all levels of society. Institutions and processes for decision-making will need to be built. Trust in these mechanisms for self-governance will need to be earned while communities must commit to maintaining the dignity of these institutions.  The requirements of leadership will include strategic focus, tactical agility, sure values and a commitment to continuous learning. Panelists will explore the qualities of ethical leadership and effective citizenship in an era characterized by change. And they will point to models for identifying, cultivating and supporting leaders of all ages, from all backgrounds, in all geographies.

 

Remarks by Hakeem Belo-Osagie, Chair, Etisalat

 

Discussion:

Hakeem Belo-Osagie, Chair, Etisalat

Peter Eigen, Founder and Chair of the Advisory Council, Transparency International

Fred Swaniker, Founder and CEO, African Leadership Academy

[Moderator] Sally Osberg, President and CEO, Skoll Foundation

 

Learning About Learning: In Conversation with … Robert Gallucci and Reeta Roy – 8:00pm:

 

Two years ago, The MasterCard Foundation and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation joined forces with several organizations to spur innovation in secondary education in developing countries. Through support for projects that explore critical questions, pilot new approaches and scale proven models, the Partnership to Strengthen Innovation and Practice in Secondary Education (PSIPSE) demonstrates the power philanthropy can play in bringing together diverse entities to address complex social challenges. In a lively conversation, the presidents of these two foundations will elaborate on their experience and its implications for their thinking on shared learning, resource leveraging and leadership.

 

Robert Gallucci, President, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Reeta Roy, President and CEO, The MasterCard Foundation

[Moderator] Jane Wales

 

Evening Sponsored by The MasterCard Foundation and John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation