Highlights From The 2018 Resnick Aspen Action Forum
With over 200 Action Pledges made, they left with fresh perspectives and stronger resolves. Below, we highlight some of the best content from the 2018 Action Forum.
At the Action Forum, we heard how Fellows are leading through uncertain times in their own contexts as well as why they remain hopeful for a brighter future. Take a look at the videos below to hear their insights and stories.
- Opening Plenary: Fearless Leadership featuring Tommy Loper and Lynda Resnick
- Ford Foundation President Darren Walker and the 2018 McNulty Prize Laureates
- The Future of Work (sponsored by Care.com and Cognizant)
- “If We Were Really Fearless We Would…”
- Preparing for the New Global Economy (sponsored by the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth)
- A Conversation with Henry Crown Fellow BIll Browder on Fearlessness
- Fearless Youth: A Conversation with our Youth Camp Participants
- A Conversation with Aspen Institute President and CEO Dan Porterfield
Via Facebook Live, we also talked to several leaders about their perspectives on values-based leadership and the lessons they’ve learned through their journeys. Watch, like, and share their interviews on Facebook below.
- David Brooks and Victor Reinoso on Weave: The Social Fabric Initiative
- 2018 McNulty Prize Laureates Dave Gilboa and Merhdad Baghai
- 2018 McNulty Prize Laureates Hope Azeda and Govindraj Ethiraj
- CALI Fellows on Fearless Leadership in Central America: featuring Felix Maradiaga, Claudia Umana Araujo, and Victoria Gamboa Ross
- 2018 McNulty Prize Catalyst Fund recipient Adela Mendoza on her work with DREAMers in South Carolina
We also wrapped up another hugely successful Action Forum Youth Camp! With nearly 100 youth from 20 countries around the world, campers engaged in thoughtful conversations and outlined strategies to bring positive change back to their communities.
All video from the event can be found on https://agln.aspeninstitute.org/live
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