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Conclusion: The father plays a major role in who we are and who we become; his absence may occupy the center stage of a person's life.
In today's world, knowledge is the new currency. Sometimes all that's needed to get to the next level is good, relevant and practical information that has the capacity and potential to create a sudden life change--a shift.
What can investors do to help make their process easier? In addition, most investors do not have an impact investing track
I'm hopeful that the next generation of technology leaders will course-correct; focusing their considerable brainpower on tackling the world's most complex social and environmental challenges with correspondingly complex innovations.
The old rules of Monopoly are being written after Paris. The new game? It's called Deployment. Let's all play.
A combined, cross-sector approach focused on citizens is necessary. The results can be more citizens engaged in the critical science policies that impact our society.
Within portfolios, philanthropy can reward more entrepreneurial approaches to public-private partnerships, cutting-edge technology, cross-sector data and civic engagement. And it can leverage a modern toolkit, including social impact bonds and other innovative financing mechanisms, impact investing and outcome-focused partnerships with civil society, government and industry.