May 29 @ 12:30PM EST: Manifesto for a Moral Revolution: Practices to Build a Better World
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A fireside chat between Joseph Ogutu, Chairman of Safaricom Foundation and Jacqueline Novogratz, CEO of Acumen on the values that guide us during extraordinary times and on Jacqueline’s new book Manifesto for a Moral Revolution.
Jacqueline NovogratzTomorrow at 9:00am EDT I'm joining Joseph Ogutu, Chief Special Projects Officer & Chairman of @SafaricomFDN
to discuss the values that guide us during extraordinary times
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Jacqueline NovogratzCan't wait to sit down with @WorldBank@Y2YWBG and @JRRNorfleet tomorrow at 12:00pm EDT. It gives hope to address questions of leadership through this time of global crisis with this group of inspiring, young World Bank pioneers
Extreme weather presents an even bigger threat when economies are crashing and ordinary people are stretched to their limits.
Jacqueline NovogratzWe won't solve our problems unless we shift to a moral framework that prioritizes our shared humanity, not just profit. The nexus of climate change and poverty is real, cruel and complex. Solving it will require all of us.
Acumen Founder and CEO, Jacqueline Novogratz, has been named one of the 25 Smartest People of the Decade by the Daily Beast and one of the world’s 100 ....
Jacqueline NovogratzMany thanks to Don't Stop Us Now for this conversation on how to build a better world, from using investment as a tool to solve problems to challenging the status quo in order to keep each other safe in the midst of #COVID19.
The U.S. was deeply divided before the coronavirus hit. Now, researchers worry that the pandemic is worsening what they call a dangerously polarized climate.
Jacqueline Novogratz“As the pandemic moves from public health crisis to partisan flashpoint, the debate over the coronavirus response in the U.S. is becoming increasingly nasty.” Our ability to hold opposing values in tension is crucial in the aftermath of #COVID19.. @NPR