Executive Producer of "Most Likely to Succeed", Advocate for Innovation in Education, Former Venture Capitalist
Professor of Economics at Harvard University and Director of Opportunity Insights; Mobility & Economic Opportunity Expert
Youngest-Ever Nobel Prize Winner; Advocate for Girls' Education & Women's Equality; Author of the International Bestseller "I Am Malala"
Director and Producer, "He Named Me Malala", "An Inconvenient Truth", and "Waiting for Superman"
Founder of StudentsFirst & Education Reform Advocate; Former D.C. Public Schools Chancellor
Rotary Luncehon 2-14-18 Michelle Rhee
Pulitzer Prize-Winning New York Times Columnist & Political Commentator
Inner-City Youth & Education Advocate
French Economist, Business Leader
The World in 2035: hyperconflict or global renaissance?