Shaping the Future

Nov 1, 2019

In April a Tällberg/Eliasson Global Leadership Prize winners was invited to take part in a World Leaders Forum at Columbia University. The conversation on leadership was moderated by Vishakha Desai

On April 11 at 6:30 pm at the Italian Academy, Columbia University in New York the Tällberg/Eliasson Global Leadership Prize winners Nicolas Guérékoyame-Gbangou, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Rafael Yuste had a conversation about the challenges facing leaders today. The conversation will be moderated by Vishakha Desai, Vice Chair, Committee on Global Thought, Senior Advisor for Global Affairs to the President, Columbia University.

Nicolas Guérékoyame-Gbangou
president of the Evangelical Alliance of the Central African Republic; co-founders of the Interfaith Peace Platform of the Central African Republic (PCRC).

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
Pakistan-based, global filmmaker. One of the most articulate global storytellers of her generation, who is committed to changing minds as well as political facts.

Rafael Yuste
Leading neuroscientist, inspirer of the US Brain Initiative (2013), and a leading advocate to frame cutting edge neuroscience and AI research within an ethical context.

 

This event was a collaboration between the Tällberg Foundation and the Committee on Global Thought (CGT) at Columbia University.


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