Project ECHO partners in Vietnam were among the first to mobilize for Covid in early 2020. Project ECHO Dr. Sanjeev Arora had
Kinari Webb says: "Covid is the symptom of a sick planet. The cure is to begin to really think about ... [+] human and
Sue Riddlestone's work demonstrates that people can live well while also living within the natural limits of the planet. She says: "We show that the future is something to run towards, not hide from."
Ashoka talks to Scott Hartl, President & CEO of EL Education, about the pandemic moment, opportunities for systemic change in education, and what's ahead.
Ashoka Fellow Scott Hartl is President & CEO of EL Education (formerly Expeditionary Learning) EL Education American schools are embarking on an
GLIAnet founder Richard Whitt on how we can redesign the Internet to center on people, not companies.
Melanie Marcel, founder of SOScience, is pushing the scientific community to open up to all forms of knowledge and unlikely alliances.
WeThrive founder Daquan Oliver is creating a culture where all young people feel trusted to contribute ideas, form student-run companies, and see themselves and each other as powerful and entrepreneurial.
Ronaldo Lemos - internationally renowned Brazilian lawyer and creator of Brazil's framework for the internet - reflects on the future of the web and how to make sure it works for all.
Ronaldo Lemos is an internationally renowned Brazilian academic, lawyer and commentator on intellectual property, technology, and culture. He is an Ashoka Fellow and social entrepreneur, and was recently named a
Danielle Sered started Common Justice, America’s only “alternative to prison” program for people charged in the adult criminal courts with violent offenses like assault, robbery, and even attempted murder. Ashoka talks with Sered about violence and inc...
Ashoka Fellow Danielle Sered, founder of Common Justice. Paul Lewis Anderson Prison reform has become a priority in America’s movements for social and racial justice. Is reform also the key to reducing
We talk to homelessness expert Rosanne Haggerty about the challenges and opportunities of the Covid moment, and why the mindset and language of public health is key to a future without homelessness.
Ashoka Fellow Katie Plohocky started Healthy Community Store Initiative in Tulsa, OK. Healthy Community Store Initiative More than 23 million Americans live in places where good food is relatively scarce and expensive.
Entrepreneur Katie Plohocky uses a variety of retail strategies, such as micro stores and mobile shops, plus a wholesale distribution system, to reinvent and reintroduce the neighborhood grocer.