1.) "Richard Branson Q&A"
Sir Richard Branson responds to young Ambassadors' questions regarding the key elements behind entrepreneurship.
2.) "The Third Metric Special Session with Arianna Huffington"
Listen to Arianna Huffington discuss why success does not mean money and power, but actually includes intelligence, the power of giving back to others, and more.
3.) "Malibongwe Xaba"
Malibongwe Xaba does not work for an income, but rather to create positive change. His goal is to help others cope with devastation resulting from conflict, war, and apartheid in South Africa.
4.) "Action for advocates: Sotheary You"
Southeary You, founder of Life of Women Human Rights Defenders, records the lives of 10 human rights defenders and publicly shares their story. She hopes to combat women's violence and discrimination in Cambodia.
5.) "Ensuring Integrity in the Fight Against Corruption"
Director of Operations of Salvage Africa Sasaenia Paul Oluwabunmi has taught essential leadership skills to Nigerian youth and helped young girls learn about engineering field.
6.) "Marvin Mathew Addresses the Leadership & Governance Plenary"
Marvin Mathew shares how he was able to turn an idea into a solution, network with others, and get people involved in Just Save One.
7.) "Farah Iqbal Addresses the Leadership & Governance Plenary"
Farah Iqbal's home country views women as inferior, but she counters this perspective and embraces leadership roles being on merit rather than gender.
8.) "Angela Jhanji Addresses the Leadership & Governance Plenary"
Angela Jhanji describes the power of technology for millennials to enact positive change. She explains the importance of getting her voice heard and her involvement with her charity in UK Youth.