2013 CGI U speakers at WUSTL

Featured participants for Clinton Global Initiative University 2013 at Washington University in St. Louis are:

Zafar Adeel, director, UNU-INWEH;

Will Allen, chief executive officer, Growing Power;

Shabana Basij-Rasikh, managing director, School of Leadership, Afghanistan (SOLA);

Michael Botticelli, deputy director, White House Office of National Drug Control Policy;

Edward Breslin, chief executive officer, Water for People;

Lora Brown, physician, the Pain Truth: Wake Up!;

Gemma Bulos, director, Global Women’s Water Initiative;

Clara Chow, president and chief executive officer, Generation Enterprise;

Chelsea Clinton, board member, William J. Clinton Foundation;

Stephen Colbert, host and executive producer of The Colbert Report on Comedy Central;

Bita Correa, coordinator, PSA Program, FUNDAEC;

David Deluca, head of campaigns, DoSomething.org;

Hawa Abdi Dhiblawe, founder, the Dr. Hawa Abdi Foundation;

Jack Dorsey, co-founder and CEO, Square Inc.; co-founder and executive chairman, Twitter, Inc.;

Myles Estey, senior editor, Makeshift Magazine;

Karen Freeman-Wilson, mayor of the City of Gary, Indiana;

Eden Full, founder, Roseicollis Technologies Inc.;

Tyler Gage, chief executive officer, Runa LLC;

Kumar Garg, senior adviser, White House Office of Science and Technology;

Wendy Hanamura, chief project development officer, KCETLINK;

Aaron Hurst, president and founder, Taproot Foundation;

Emily Jacobi, co-founder and executive director, Digital Democracy;

Jeremy Johnson, president of undergraduate programs, 2U;

William Kamkwamba, inventor and writer, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope;

Sarah Kendzior, writer, Al Jazeera English;

Salman Khan, founder and executive director, Khan Academy;

Brij Kothari, founder and president, PlanetRead;

Sally Madsen, design lead, IDEO;

Michael Mazgaonkar, co-founder, Mozda Collective;

Sara Minkara, president and founder, Empowerment Through Integration;

Andrea Moore, team member, Google Online Marketing Challenge Program;

Marc Nager, chief executive officer, Startup Weekend;

Preeta Nayak, manager, Leading for Impact; The Bridgespan Group;

Sarah Nerad, co-founder, PTR Associates;

Matthew Perry, actor;

Shai Reshef, president, University of the People;

Andrew Revkin, reporter, Dot Earth Blog, The New York Times;

Jeannette Richardson-Baars, director, Aruba Police Academy; national coordinator, Anti Human Trafficking and Smuggling;

Zainab Salbi, writer and producer, Nida’a AINissa Productions; founder, Women for Women International;

Christine Schindler, undergraduate, Duke University;

Michael Sherraden, the Benjamin E. Youngdahl Professor of Social Development at Washington University and founding director of the Brown School’s Center for Social Development;

Jada Pinkett Smith, actress and advocate, Don’t Sell Bodies;

Tyler Spencer, founder and CEO, The Grassroot Project;

Annis Stubbs, executive director, Teach for America-Detroit;

Amy Sun, president and co-founder, Fab Folk;

Sebastien Tilmans, co-founder, re.source and PhD candidate, Stanford University;

Brendan Tuohey, co-founder and executive director, PeacePlayers International;

William Ury, co-author of Getting to Yes and co-founder, Harvard Program on Negotiation;

Dan Viederman, chief executive officer, Verite;

Evans Wadongo, founder and executive director, Sustainable Development for All-Kenya;

Alex Wagner, host, NOW with Alex Wagner, MSNBC;

Gary White, co-founder and CEO, Water.org;

Jake Wood, co-founder and president, Team Rubicon; and

Muhammad Yunus, chairman, the Yunus Centre.

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