Thought leader and social entrepreneur.
Craig and Marc are thought leaders and social entrepreneurs. They co-founded the family of organizations, Free The Children, We Day and Me to We Social Enterprise. Each brother has a unique skill set and passion. Craig has a degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Toronto and is the youngest-ever graduate from the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA program. Marc has a degree in international relations from Harvard University and he is a Rhodes Scholar, as well as an Oxford University-trained lawyer. Craig and Marc are passionate about helping to change the current model of philanthropy, to be one which is more innovative and based on quantifiable impact. They believe in social entrepreneurship, as a means to create change through higher social value outcomes. Finally, they deeply believe in the power of youth to address some of the most pressing issues facing our world.
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Craig and Marc Kielburger are simply extraordinary human beings who, from a remarkably young age, dedicated their lives to making a huge difference in the world. This book is a manifesto on how to go from Me to We as we commit to living for something bigger than ourselves. In the Note, we explore Big Ideas ranging from classic Greek ideas about happiness to closing the gap between principle and practice. Super inspiring and transformative.
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