Elena Timofeeva of Safe House Foundation: Fighting Worldwide Human Trafficking

Elena Timofeeva of Safe House Foundation: Fighting Worldwide Human Trafficking

For most of us, these victims are faceless as we struggle to understand who they are and how they came to be victims. Elena Timofeeva and the organization she cofounded, Safe House Foundation, have been on the front line fighting against human trafficking.

Michael Brune of the Sierra Club: Preserving Planet Earth

Michael Brune of the Sierra Club: Preserving Planet Earth

Michael Brune, the Sierra Club’s executive director since 2010, is one of today’s most inspiring and effective environmental leaders. Prior to joining the Sierra Club, he led Rainforest Action Network. Under his leadership, the Sierra Club has grown to more than three million supporters and is at the forefront of the drive to move beyond fossil fuels to 100% clean, renewable energy, while also protecting America’s remaining wild places.

Tim Jones of Artscape: the Art of Creative Placemaking

Tim Jones of Artscape: the Art of Creative Placemaking

Tim Jones, CEO of Artscape, is a city builder, social entrepreneur and change agent who works at the intersection of arts and culture, urban development, community activism, philanthropy and public policy. Under his direction since 1998, Artscape has grown from a Toronto-based artist studio provider to a globally recognized leader in creative placemaking. In 2014, Tim was recognized by the Geneva-based Schwab Foundation as Social Entrepreneur of the Year.

David Ross and The Task Force for Global Health: Strengthening Public-Health Systems Worldwide

David Ross and The Task Force for Global Health: Strengthening Public-Health Systems Worldwide

Dave Ross, ScD, is president and chief executive officer (CEO) of The Task Force for Global Health. In this role, Dr. Ross provides strategic direction to The Task Force and oversees seven programs focused on neglected tropical diseases, vaccines, field epidemiology, and public health informatics. He assumed leadership of The Task Force on May 1, 2016, after 16 years as director of The Task Force’s Public Health Informatics Institute (PHII) and its predecessor All Kids Count.