by Denver Frederick | May 25, 2021 | Guest Interview
Modern slavery is a hidden crime with over 40 million people around the world finding themselves in this horrific situation. Given that it is prohibited under international law in almost every country, why is it so widespread and pervasive? And what is being done to address it? For the answers to those questions, it’s a pleasure to have with us, Nick Grono, the chief executive officer of the Freedom Fund.
by Denver Frederick | Aug 31, 2020 | Guest Interview
For nearly two decades, The Libra Foundation has done significant grantmaking in progressive causes and movements, with multigenerational families being closely involved with the foundation, setting its strategy, and interacting with many of the foundations’ grantee partners. And here to tell us more about this work and how the foundation has changed over the years is Crystal Hayling, the Executive Director of The Libra Foundation.
by Denver Frederick | May 15, 2020 | Guest InterviewThe following is a conversation between Ambassador (ret.) Mary Ann Peters, Chief Executive Officer of The Carter Center, and Denver Frederick, the host of the Business of Giving. In this interview, Ambassador (ret.) Mary Ann Peters, Chief Executive Officer of The...
by Denver Frederick | Mar 31, 2020 | Guest InterviewThe following is a conversation between Kenneth Roth, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch and Denver Frederick, the Host of the Business of Giving. In this edition of The Business of Giving, Kenneth Roth, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch, Cites examples...
by Denver Frederick | Oct 1, 2019 | Guest Interview
We all try to change our own behavior – it’s hard. Or we may attempt to modify that of our child – that’s even harder. And what about trying to sway a friend or an acquaintance with different political beliefs to look at things the way you do? Well, we all know that’s impossible. So what then about changing long-standing social norms, steeped in history and tradition, of an entire community? As daunting as that may sound, it’s what my next guest and the organization that she founded has done around issues such as human rights, female genital cutting, and child marriage. She is Molly Melching, the Founder of Tostan.