Steve interviews a powerhouse humanitarian and accomplished renaissance man, Dr. Chris Stout. He founded the Center for Global Initiatives – a worldwide collaboration helping others in creating self-sustaining programs that improve access to healthcare in underserved communities throughout the world.
He’s published over 35 books and presented more than 300 papers in more than 20 countries. Dr. Stout holds the distinction of being one of only 100 worldwide leaders appointed to the World Economic Forums Global Leaders of Tomorrow.
He has been presented with five international humanitarian awards and four honorary doctorates. Dr. Stout has also appeared as an expert on CNBC, CNN, NBC, PBS, NPR, and Oprah.
Steve and Dr. Stout (Chris) discuss:
- Staying wide AND relevant
- The ‘Mercenary’ aspect of giving
- CGI and Open-Sourcing Humanitarianism
- The ‘Pox of the Untils’
- 10 Days in a Bolivian Prison