How We Return to Civility - a conversation with Rob Stein, Bawa Jain and Bart Myers
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Rob Stein - Mr. Stein is a former Chief of Staff of the US Department of Commerce, Senior Strategic Advisor to the Chairman, Democratic National Committee, Founder of the Democracy Alliance and co-founder of the Committee on States, in 2007.
In recent years, Mr. Stein has become an advisor/strategist in the emerging field of cross-partisanship and has co-managed landscape research to help understand the components of the cross-partisan ecosystem (“Scaling A Sustainable Cross-Partisan Constituency for Change”, 2018; and “Sparking a Culture of Civic Renewal to STRENGTHEN OUR AMERICAN REPUBLIC (“Soar”), He currently is advising and providing strategic guidance to several organizations and initiatives that are seeking to build a robust and sustainable new cross-partisan voice for change in America.
Bawa Jain - Mr. Jain is the Secretary General of The World Council of Religious Leaders and Founder and President, The Centre for Responsible Leadership.
Bawa Jain is a visionary leader in the interfaith movement and a pioneer of religious diplomacy. Mr. Jain helped create the Millennium World Peace Summit with the office of the United Nations Secretary-General. As founder of The World Movement for Nonviolence, he conceived of The Gandhi-King Award, which fosters the practices and principles of non-violence in daily life.
Bart Myers - Bart is the Founder and CEO of Countable & Causes.com. Countable empowers organizations to effectively manage and measure the impact of digital communities. Countable delivers a community engagement platform, the content, and campaign marketing expertise to establish an active social impact presence. In addition to the Countable platform, the Causes.com audience gives our clients significant promotional reach for their social impact campaigns.
Prior to founding Countable, Bart was involved in building a number of startups including TiVo and SideReel, one of the first and most influential online video and TV platforms. Currently, he holds a strategic advisor position with The Center for Responsible Leadership and lives with his family in San Francisco.
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