A series of conversations with leaders in government, business, science, and technology to explore how we can solve our current challenges and build a brighter future after this global crisis.
Each episode will dive into a local, national or global facet of COVID-19 including, healthcare, education, global prosperity, air travel, cities & public spaces, work and more.All Episodes
With authoritarian powers rising around the world, how could democracy and global leadership shift after COVID?
The pandemic has upended work around the world. But, is it also a chance to rethink work and make it better?
Drawing on his decades-long career in public health and finance, former World Bank President Dr. Jim Yong Kim shares his perspective on the leadership we need during COVID-19
How should cities and public spaces evolve to prevent the spread of pathogens around us?
How can we make education more fair, efficient, and accessible for everyone?
Air travel has made our world more physically connected than ever. But, that could change because, for airlines, the pandemic is an existential threat.
In episode 5, we're talking with J.D. Vance; investor, commentator and author of the bestselling memoir, Hillbilly Elegy about the future of the American dream and how we can reimagine innovation and inclusion in the economy.
How will advances in biology open up a new era of medicine? Two trail-blazing scientists, Aviv Regev and Jim Collins, discuss their breakthrough work in cell biology, inventing new viral tests, and harnessing advanced computing to unlock new frontiers in the fight against disease.
How can we help the developing world weather the pandemic and keep the global economy afloat? Nobel Prize-winning economist, Esther Duflo, and former Finance Minister of Chile, Andrés Velasco, share their experiences.
Our second guest, Former Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration Dr. Scott Gottlieb, one of the earliest voices to predict the power of the novel coronavirus, what he calls the perfect pathogen.
The pandemic has transformed our world, shining a light on societal issues and systems that hold back progress locally and globally. But this moment also presents us with the opportunity to do more than just recover; rather, we have the chance to reimagine the future.About Reimagine
Former CEO of Google