Catalyze Magazine March 2022

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With Ideagens extensive member network and influential platform, Catalyze Magazine serves as an aggregate for all the content, events, articles, and collaboration that we do. It is a monthly magazine where you will find transcriptions from Ideagen events, content, articles, and information surrounding how we are completing our mission. With this magazine, we want to highlight the nature of cross-sector collaboration and how we infuse it into our daily mission on a global scale. This edition of Catalyze Magazines highlights the Washington Roundtable and Global Leadership Summit. The first part of each article in this edition of Catalyze Magazine is available, please sign up at Ideagenmember.com to continue reading and stay up to date with our monthly releases.

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B Y I D E A G E N March 2022

An Exclusive Interview

with Tomas Thyblad,

Vice President, Head of

ESG Solutions,

European Markets for

Nasdaq


- Page 9

From Ideagen's Global Leadership Summit

Leadership

Insights

An Industry Leader in ESG &

Sustainability: Nasdaq's progress

towards a more sustainable future

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B Y I D E A G E N March 2022

An Exclusive Interivew

with the CEO

Whisperer, Robert

Reiss, who has

interviewed thousands

of leaders over his

career

- Page 12

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Leadership

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Lessons learned from hundreds of

CEO's and Leaders with Robert Reiss

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B Y I D E A G E N March 2022

Lack of Vision Care affects millions

of people around the globe every

year, at The Vision Council &

RestoringVision they have made

this issue a solvable problem

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Vision Care – A

Solvable Problem

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B Y I D E A G E N March 2022

AARP's VP of Enterprise

Awards, Barb

Quaintance discusses

the AARP Purpose

Prize. Learn how to

apply and be

recognized as a leader

over the age of 50!


Read on Page 18

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Living over the age of 50 doesn't mean

you lose your purpose in life!

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B Y I D E A G E N March 2022

Furthering

Human Rights

Through

Education with

The Chair of The

U.N. Human

Rights

Committee

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From Ideagen's Global Leadership Summit

Leadership

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Prof. Photini Pazartzis, National & Kapodistrian

University of Athens & Chair of The UN Human

Rights Committee

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B Y I D E A G E N March 2022

An Exclusive Panel

disucssuion on Global

Health Access and

Equity with leaders

from Microsoft


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Dr. Sidhant Gupta, Director, Product

Incubation at Microsoft

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B Y I D E A G E N March 2022

Conventional learning

in unconventional

times

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Eli J. Lesser, Executive Director, Wharton

Global Youth Program, Wharton School,

University of Pennsylvania

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B Y I D E A G E N March 2022

5 Elements of

Effective

Thinking with

the President

and CEO of St.

David's

Foundation

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Dr. Edward B. Burger, President and

CEO of St. David's Foundation

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Stream Now

This Inaugural Roundtable that took place in Washington DC kicked off

what is to be a series of global leadership events that take place around

the country. Bringing together high-level individuals and organizations to

discuss some of the world’s most vexing issues through the lens of

sustainability and how proper leadership can help us cross the threshold

into enacting global change.

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2022 Winners

Purpose Prize

Learn More

Bill Bracken

You live. You learn. You give back.


No one knows this better than people ages 50

and older, who have spent decades

accumulating a wealth of knowledge that only

life experience can bring. Armed with this

wisdom, they are a powerhouse of innovation

tackling some of the greatest societal

challenges of our time and inspiring others to

do the same.


The AARP® Purpose Prize® award supports

AARP's mission by honoring extraordinary

people ages 50 and older who tap into the

power of life experience to build a better

future for us all.


“AARP is honored to celebrate these

extraordinary older adults, who have

dedicated their lives to serving others in

creative and innovative ways,” said AARP CEO

Jo Ann Jenkins. “During these trying times in

our country and globally, we are inspired to

see people use their life experiences to build a

better future for us all.”

Ify Nwabuku

Raymond Jetson

Rita Zimmer

Alan Miller

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2021

Purpose

Prize

Fellow

Highlight

Alan Miller

Founder and CEO at

News Literacy Project

Support News Literacy

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Alan Miller

Founder and CEO at

News Literacy Project

“Find ways to draw people to the mission who share your vision and commitment to

the issue so that you can build a team. Once you’ve found your north star, let yourself

be guided by it.”

I founded the News Literacy Project (NLP) in 2008, with the belief that knowing how to identify credible

news is an essential life skill in an information age — and that this was not being widely taught in schools.

We are a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that creates tools and resources to help

educators teach and the public learn how to determine what news and other information to trust, and to

have the ability to be informed and engaged participants in the civic life of the country.

The problem I’m trying to solve

We are living in the most complex information ecosystem in history. News and credible

information are competing for people’s attention with far more content that is designed to

persuade, sell, mislead and misinform. Students and many in the general public lack the ability to

discern what they should trust, share and act on.

In a 2018 survey of 5,035 adults, researchers from the Pew Research Center presented

participants with 10 statements they might see in the news and asked them to identify which

ones were factual statements and which ones were opinions. Only 35 percent of the participants

correctly identified all the opinion statements, while a mere 26 percent identified all the factual

statements. Misinformation represents one of the greatest challenges of our time. It is

undermining our public health, as well as our public life, and threatens our democracy. NLP’s

mission has never been more urgent.

The moment that sparked my passion

In 2006, when my daughter’s middle-school teachers learned that I had won a Pulitzer Prize as a

reporter at the Los Angeles Times, they invited me to speak to 175 sixth graders at the middle

school about what I did as a journalist and why it mattered. After the talk, my daughter brought

home 175 handwritten thank-you notes that we read aloud. I could see what had resonated with

the students and had sparked an interest in news and journalism. I realized that if a lot of

journalists brought their expertise and experience into America’s classrooms, this could have a

meaningful impact. That was the seed that eventually took root as the News Literacy Project.

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Presented

Globally by

Global

Innovation

Summit

March 30 & 31

Our mission at the #GI22 Innovation Summit is to focus on global

sustainability through the lens of Innovation. In order to achieve the

UN Global goals innovation is essential to develop and harness

technology for global good.

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I D E A G E N ' S P O W E R 1 0 L I S T

10 global leaders who are Changing the World in 2022

Mark Fitzgerald

KPMG

Barb Quaintance

AARP

Tom Galambos

Hitachi Solutions

Dr. Sidhant Gupta

Microsoft

Tomas Thyblad

Nasdaq

Alan Miller

News Literacy Project

Peggy Pelonis

ACS Athens

Jake Herway

Gallup

BJ Moore

Providence

Nick Larigakis

American Hellenic

Institute

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Editor's Note

Dear Ideagen Global Friends and Colleagues,

2022 is underway and Ideagen Global, Presented Globally by

Microsoft, continues to maximize our efforts with a relentless

commitment to convene the world's greatest minds from the world's

leading companies, NGO's, and the public sector to address the world's

most vexing issues. In 2021, Ideagen TV content reached over 90

Million People across the planet with our ubiquitous content

distribution including inspiring interviews and custom programming to

create awareness and Global Partnerships to Achieve the Goals.

2022 is already promising to be an #EPIC year with upcoming

hybrid/live events across the planet planned including Hollywood,

Athens, Greece, New York and many other amazing locations! Join the

movement at IdeagenMember.com and visit IdeagenGlobal.com for all

of the latest updates.

Sincerely,

GEORGE SIFAKIS

GEORGE SIFAKIS

Editor-in-Chief & CEO

-Ideagen

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COOPER HENDERSON

Publication Editor

JOHN MULBERGER

Publication Editor

Pictured Top to Bottom

76th session of the UN

UN New York

Hitachi Solutions CEO Tom Golambos

Top Left: BJ Moore at HIMMS Conference

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