And tonight, we will be going to Park Avenue South in Manhattan and to the offices of the Environmental Defense Fund. Their mission for over 50 years has been to preserve the natural systems on which all life depends. We’ll start with their CEO Fredd Krupp and then hear from some of the other members of the team.
And tonight, we will be visiting the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation in Washington, D.C., an organization that seeks to end pediatric HIV/AIDS through prevention and treatment programs, research, and advocacy. We’ll begin the segment with their CEO Chip Lyons, and then hear from some of the other members of the team
And this evening, you’ll be going to One Battery Park Plaza and to the headquarters of The GIIN, the Global Impact Investing Network. We’ll begin their chief executive officer, Amit Bouri, and then we will hear from other members of the team on why it’s such a special place to work.
And for this edition of Better Than Most, we’ll be visiting the New York offices of IRC, the International Rescue Committee. They respond to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and help people survive and rebuild their lives. And to do this effectively, you need to have a great workplace culture, which as you will hear, IRC most certainly does.
And tonight, we’ll be taking a trip to 138th St. in the Bronx into the offices of Per Scholas. They provide tuition-fee technology training to unemployed or underemployed adults for careers as IT professionals. We’ll begin with their CEO Plinio Ayala and then we’ll hear from other members of the team on what makes their corporate culture so special.
The largest NGO in the world, and in many people’s estimation the most effective, is BRAC. And you don’t get to be that way without a great workplace culture. So this evening, we’ll be visiting the New York offices of BRAC to see what makes it such a special place and hear from some of the members of the team, starting with the President and CEO of BRAC USA, Donella Rapier: