Purpose & Passion
MacArthur Genius Grantee.
Pulitzer Prize Winner.
Why would anyone willingly plunge headfirst into the war-torn areas of Afghanistan, Darfur, or Libya? For this Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, the simple answer is also the title of her memoir: It’s What I Do.
Clean Energy Visionary.
Queen of Possibility.
What if we could solve the two biggest problems with nuclear energy: safety and waste? Well, this wunderkind nearly did both of those things...when she was just 32. Today, she works to advance nuclear science and technology to save the planet.
This top travel writer invites us to move beyond the tourist selfie to open ourselves to the rich kaleidoscope of humanity, adventure, exploration, and experience the world offers, and—in doing so—become a more evolved version of ourselves.
Global Women’s Champion.
One of the first women photographers to work for National Geographic, Annie Griffiths has traveled to more than one hundred countries during her long career. When navigating any culture, Annie’s goal has been to share the vibrant tapestry of human experience.
Cult Winery of the Year Founder.
Forbes 30 Under 30.
At 24, Jesse became America’s youngest lead winemaker. When a bottle of his wine, The Setting, went for a record $350,000 at the Napa Valley Wine Auction, the world took note. Today he makes magic at his own Aperture Cellars.
Photo Ark Founder.
Man on a Mission.
Joel Sartore is a photographer, speaker, author, teacher, conservationist, National Geographic fellow, explorer, and longtime contributor to National Geographic magazine. His hallmarks are a sense of humor and a midwestern work ethic.