Inspiring a Global Citizen's Movement Toward Peace (including audio clips from H.H. The Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and Chade-Meng Tan)

Broadcast on June 23, 2015
With Kate Cumbo & Carrie Steele

In this session Kate and Carrie share about PeaceJam's award-winning programming including its work with 13 Nobel Laureates to create informed and thoughtful leaders around the world who are committed to positive change in themselves, their communities and the world (including audio clips from H.H. The Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and Google's "Jolly Good Fellow" Chade-Meng Tan). Additionally Kate and Carrie talk about their Hero Awards.  

Carrie Steele

Deputy Campaign Manager, One Billion Acts of Peace
Deputy Campaign Manager- PeaceJam's One Billion Acts of Peace. With an extensive background in local and national poilitics, I am excited to bring my professional experience to PeaceJam's 1 Billion Acts of Peace Campaign. The campaign aims to address 10 issue areas at the core of much of the world's suffering by helping individuals and organizations to become effective agents of change. The Nobel Peace Laureates of PeaceJam have committed to work side by side with the citizens of the world to address these ten fundamental issues plaguing our planet. With the help of Google, Wells Fargo, Hill + Knowlton Strategies, Chadbourne and Parke and many others, PeaceJam has launched the "One Billion Acts of Peace" Campaign - an international global citizens' movement designed to tackle the most important problems facing our planet by inspiring 1 BILLION acts of Peace by 2020. With our recent Nobel Peace Prize Nominations from SEVEN different Nobel Laureates we invite you to join us and become part of this journey.