The nine recipients of the Henry R. Kravis Prize for Leadership, which honors the efforts of leaders in the non-profit sector, are more than just winners, they’re a community working for the same goal – change – and spreading that message with the media’s help in order to make that community grow.
Land is the key
“The Army I knew as a child, the one I experienced as a young officer, and the one I left in 2010 were as different as the times they resided in,” writes retired four-star General Stanley McChrystal in his recently published memoir My Share of the Task.
And yet, regardless of how the military has changed, McChrystal has learned invaluable lessons over the course of more than three decades in the U.S. Army.
After 8,000 miles of driving around the United States in a modified school bus, Chris Temple ’12 and Zach Ingrasci ’12 returned to campus, where it all started, as they wrapped up their national screening tour of "Living on One Dollar." They have spent the past several months on the road sharing their inspirational film and spreading the word on how microfinance is helping provide financial services to the poor.