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Oceanographer Sylvia Earle and Rob from the Earth Conservation Corps go snorkeling in the Potomac River and discuss what it will take to clean up America’s rivers and ocean. John Bridgeland, Bob and Sarah Nixon, and Brian Skerry joined the expedition to film the Blue Centennial.
John Bridgeland and Bruce Reed join Dr. Sylvia Earle, Richard Pyle, and Bob and Sarah Nixon aboard the KOK for scientific expeditions in Pisces IV and V subs to explore marine life in the depths of the ocean. Civic Fellows Lily and Sarah Jenkins from Molokai joined the expedition. The Blue Centennial team participated in public hearings for the expansion of Papahanaumokuakea National Marine Monument.
Results for America
2016 Federal Invest In What Works Event
April 18, 2016:
Results for America
gathered top federal leaders at the Newseum in Washington D.C. to discuss their most exciting efforts to build and use evidence to improve results for the American people. This video features former White House Directors John Bridgleand and Bruce Reed, former USAID Administrator Raj Shah, and Office of Management and Budget Director Shaun Donovan.
Growing Healthy Communities
Ideasteam Public Media Forum
January 25-26, 2016:
John Bridgeland appeared on Cleveland public radio — Sound of Ideas — to discuss the high school dropout challenge with Mike McIntyre. He gave the keynote address at the Ideasteam public media forum, Growing Healthy Communities, and participated in a panel discussion with CEOs from the community.
Cleveland Plain Dealer
, "Doubling down on Cleveland's investment in people: Kurt Karakul and Kathryn Wertheim Hexter (Opinion)"
Sound of Ideas TV & Radio Program
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The Ohio Channel
The Aspen Institute
Launch of the Future of Work Initiative
December 16, 2015:
The Aspen Institute Economic Opportunities Program
launched the Future of Work Initiative, co-chaired by Bruce Reed and John Bridgeland. The launch event featured a series of panel discussions with key voices in the conversation around independent workers, in the on-demand economy and beyond. Senator Mark Warner and Labor Secretary Thomas Perez joined the discussion.