Influential women in business, the Beltway’s top newsmakers, and world-class thinkers from around the globe will share their ideas on leadership, politics and innovation next week on FORA.tv.
One of the most effective ways to influence social change around the world is to unite and empower women. On September 18 and 19, the annual WIE Symposium kicks off in New York City hosted by Sarah Brown, Arianna Huffington and Donna Karan, and featuring guest speakers such as Demi Moore, Christy Turlington and Randi Zuckerberg. The WIE Symposium gathers these top names in the world of media, politics, philanthropy, fashion, and business to inspire the next generation of women leaders.
Since running in the 2008 presidential election, Rep. Ron Paul, R-Tx., has become a champion for Libertarians seeking a reduction in government and is considered to be the intellectual godfather of the Tea Party movement. On September 21, Rep. Paul will join journalists at the Monitor Breakfast to discuss his current run in the 2012 presidential election.
How do we preserve our humanity in the fast-paced online world? How can we gain a better understanding of our universe from the largest star to the smallest subatomic particle? Is there real science associated with the simple act of a kiss? On September 23, FORA.tv presents the IdeaFestival, a world-class event that attracts thinkers from around the world to discuss innovative ideas in politics, technology, business and the arts.
He was urged to run in the 2012 presidential election, but Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels declined to seek the Republican nomination, citing concerns with family and loss of privacy. However, he still ranks highly in a number of polls and is often tapped as a possible vice presidential candidate. Join the Monitor Breakfast on September 23 as Daniels answers questions from Washington’s top reporters.