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Health+Wealth Day 2: the Post-COVID Economy Demands More Connection

“In order to solve the human progress issues—delivery of health care, delivery of education, infrastructure, climate change—there’s no doubt in my mind, we need economic growth,” said economist and author Dambisa Moyo at the opening...

The Pipeline Isn’t the Problem

Companies need to look inward to their own culture instead of outward to the pipeline.

“Moms Are Getting Crushed in This Pandemic”

Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, discussed why we need a Marshall Plan for Moms.

Will Fintech End Racist Lending?

Fintech should be able to replace racially-tainted methods of measuring risk with shiny, new algorithms that don’t discriminate.

Inclusion, Connectedness, and Values –3 Days of Health+Wealth

Vaccines will be near-miraculous. Connecting everyone should be Biden’s top tech priority. The public looks more to business for solutions to society’s ills. Digital transformation could enable it to deliver. Social media needs an empathy...

Biden’s Opportunity: Look to The Tao to Heal our Divided Country

American democracy remains in mortal danger from extreme divisiveness. Biden may be the last best hope we have to reverse that.

Early Childhood Intervention and the Capacity for Joy: Day One Takeaways from the Health+Wealth of America

Day one of the Health+Wealth of America conference opened with Dr. Zeke Emanuel, a medical ethicist and longtime advocate for reform of American healthcare. He got right down to talking about the things that would...

“Healing America in a Time of Divides”

Zainab Salbi, an Iraqi immigrant who has spent many years working both on issues of immigration and gender equality, will appear at the session whose name I’ve quoted in my headline. She’s writing a book...

These Times Demand a Complete Mind

Do we have a complete mind and the mindset to manage through these turbulent times and reimagine the future? The key may be in the STEAM education movement and the importance of the arts.

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