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.

The Met: President and CEO Daniel H. Weiss

The Met: President and CEO Daniel H. Weiss

The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The museum lives in three iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer and The Met Cloisters. Millions of people also take part in The Met experience online.

Since it was founded in 1870, The Met has always aspired to be more than a treasury of rare and beautiful objects. Every day, art comes alive in the Museum's galleries and through its exhibitions and events, revealing both new ideas and unexpected connections across time and across cultures.

Eleanor Allen and Water for People: Ensuring the Waters Flow Forever

Eleanor Allen and Water for People: Ensuring the Waters Flow Forever

Eleanor Allen is CEO of Water for People. A compassionate truth-teller and advocate of empowered equality for people across the globe, Eleanor is a world-leading water expert dedicated to helping billions of people access safe and sustainable water and sanitation services needed to save lives, stay healthy, find jobs, and thrive.

Orit Kopel and Glass Voices: Striving for an Equal Voice in the Workplace & World

Orit Kopel and Glass Voices: Striving for an Equal Voice in the Workplace & World

Orit Kopel is a human-rights activist and founder of Glass Voices—an organization striving to empower women to pursue leadership roles in society and amplify their voices in the public sphere and the workplace.

Leonard Haas and the Wyncote Foundation: Carrying on the Legacy of Philanthropy

Leonard Haas and the Wyncote Foundation: Carrying on the Legacy of Philanthropy

Board Chair of the Wyncote Foundation, Leonard Haas serves with his brothers to carry on the legacy started by their father, John C. Haas, while expanding the foundation's impact in the greater Philadelphia area and in the Pacific Northwest via Wyncote Foundation Northwest by providing grants in arts and culture, education, the environment, health and human services, preservation, public media and journalism.

Sean Barrett and Dock to Dish:  The Future of Seafood Sourcing

Sean Barrett and Dock to Dish: The Future of Seafood Sourcing

Born and raised in Montauk, New York, Sean Barrett is a lifelong fisherman, environmental conservationist, and restaurateur. He founded the Dock to Dish movement in 2012, inspired by his work with the Community Supported Fishery (CSF) program of New York State and is an expert on advances in America’s fishing industry. Sean's vision and leadership in harvesting seafood through cooperatives are transforming the way Americans eat.

Kelly Lee: Increasing Access to Arts Education, Job Opportunities for Artists and Cultural Experiences in Philadelphia

Kelly Lee: Increasing Access to Arts Education, Job Opportunities for Artists and Cultural Experiences in Philadelphia

Kelly Lee is the chief cultural officer for the City of Philadelphia, appointed by Mayor Jim Kenney. She leads Philadelphia’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy, which closes the gap in access to quality cultural experiences and creative expression through the support and promotion of arts, culture and the creative industries. The Office connects Philadelphians to enriching arts-infused experiences, links local artists and cultural organizations to resources and opportunities, and preserves Philadelphia's public art assets.

Andreas Heineke and Dialogue in the Dark: Mitigating Social Gaps and Fostering Empathy

Andreas Heineke and Dialogue in the Dark: Mitigating Social Gaps and Fostering Empathy

Globally, it is estimated that 1.3 billion people live with some form of distance or near vision impairment. Prejudice about blindness is widespread; blind people do not have equal access to education and the labor market. Social entrepreneur Andreas Heinecke was determined to do something about it. He founded Dialogue in the Dark—in which blind people lead the audience in small groups through a set of real-life scenarios in total darkness to share this experience.

Matías Tarnopolsky and The Philadelphia Orchestra: Excellence, Innovation and Creativity Onstage & Offstage

Matías Tarnopolsky and The Philadelphia Orchestra: Excellence, Innovation and Creativity Onstage & Offstage

The Philadelphia Orchestra creates and shares music of the highest caliber for people of all ages and backgrounds, and is actively involved in community outreach activities. Matías Tarnopolsky was appointed president and chief executive officer of the Orchestra in 2018.

Carlos Pereira of Livox: Alternative Communication through Assistive Technology

Carlos Pereira of Livox: Alternative Communication through Assistive Technology

Carlos Pereira is the CEO and founder of Livox, and the father of an 11-year-old girl with cerebral palsy caused by a medical error. Since discovering his daughter’s impairment, empowering people with disabilities has become Carlos's passion, from which he created several initiatives to improve the lives of disabled people. He founded the software company Livox that enables non-verbal people to communicate and learn via tablets and smartphones. The software interprets the user's movements through intelligent algorithms that adapt to motor, cognitive and visual disabilities.

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