A Moment of Opportunity and Hope

At the seventh Summit of the Americas in Panama, Cuba's presence was celebrated after having been shunned for the last six years.  Cuba's presence was recognized by every leader.  The highlight was perhaps the handshake and press conference between President Obama and Raul Castro. President Obama said the US will not be imprisoned by the... Continue Reading →


Leadership is plural not singular

Duke's Basketball team won the National Title last night.  What makes the Duke Basketball team so special?  You could point to the roster of eight scholarship players, half being freshmen.  You could point to the Coach who has won five national titles.  Together, they point to an underlying and foundational intention to develop team leadership. ... Continue Reading →

And Its Hope

Craig Taubman with Normalika Chishti, a member of the Women’s Mosque of America. As we are about to enter a spiritual and sacred religious weekend, with both Passover and Easter occurring at the same time, Pico Union Project is a model for multiculturalism and religious diversity.  The oldest synagogue building in Los Angeles is a... Continue Reading →

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