Kevin Wright and Joe Nickol wrote The Neighborhood Playbook to unite community developers and everyone else around common goals, starting in Cincinnati.
Eve Pearlman and Jeremy Hay founded Spaceship Media to convince opposing sides to talk. They’re using journalism to reconnect Americans and restore trust.
Monica Worline has co-authored a book about the benefits of compassion at work, and about how we can make our workplaces better for everyone.
Lynn Barendsen directs The Family Dinner Project at Harvard, where she and her team help American families gather around their dinner tables again.
Gay Gordon-Byrne directs The Repair Association, a group of repair professionals and advocates fighting to make the products we buy easy to repair again.
Aaron Taylor and Rosie Nolan co-founded Crescent City CrockPot in New Orleans to slow-cook meals for those who are homeless. Here’s why it matters to them.
Yisroel Roll is a psychotherapist and rabbi from Baltimore. He’s helped hundreds of people overcome fear, anxiety, and depression to find their true selves.
Cheri Speelman leads The AIDS Outreach Project near Seattle, helping those at risk for drug-related afflictions. Here she shares her compassionate outlook.
Tony Barksdale is a retired commissioner from the Baltimore Police Department. He believes violence can be solved, and he’s committed to see that happen.