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  Sunday, November 1 2:45pm PST

Saatchi & Saatchi

Schedule
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  8:00AM -9:15AM
 
    Networking and Luncheon Keynote Sign-ups*
*Participants will be able to sign up on a first-come, first-serve basis for the Luncheon of their choice.
 
  9:30AM -12:30PM
 
    Plenary Discussions:
 
    9:30 - 10:45 AM
Sustained Peak Performance and the Human Spirit

Jim Garrison*, moderator; President, State of the World Forum
Kevin Roberts*, CEO, Saatchi and Saatchi Worldwide
Clive Gilson*, Professor, Human Resources Management, University of Waikato Management School
Marilyn King*, Founder, Beyond Sports; Two Time Olympian in the Pentathlon
Bill Koch*, Nordic Skier, Silver Medalist, 1976 Olympics; Four Time Olympian
Lee Butler*, Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Strategic Air Command (1990 - 1994)
George Leonard, Aikido Master

11:00AM - 12:15 PM
Young Emerging Leaders and Social Transformation

Angela Glover Blackwell*, moderator; President, PolicyLink
Hafsat Abiola*, Founder, Kuridat Institute for Nigerian Democracy
Jonah Edelman*, Executive Director, Stand for Children
Jane Goodall*, Director, Gombe Stream Research Centre, Tanzania
Johnny Graham*, Co-Founder and Co-Director, Grass Roots
Miki Jacevic*, Director, Academic Lifeline for Bosnia-Hercegovina
Stephen Mokwena*, Former CEO, National Youth Commission, Republic of South Africa
Alyse Nelson*, International Women's Issues Officer, U.S. Department of State
Lissa Ann Peleoholani*, Youth Fellow, Pacific Cultural Conservancy International
Danny Seo*, Founder, Earth 2000; Recipient, Oprah Winfrey Angel Network Award

 

  1:00PM -2:30PM
 
    Luncheon Keynote Address:
 
    Climate Change: One Year After Kyoto
Tom Spencer*, Chairman, Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defense, European Parliament; International Chairman, Global Legislators for a Balanced Environment

 

    Luncheon Keynote Discussions:
 
    Beyond Charity: Women and Philanthropy
Judy Bloom*, Executive Director, Resourceful Women

The Ethics of Living
Jeannette C. Armstrong*, Director, Language and Culture, En'owkin Centre, Canada
Abby Napeahi*, Native Hawaiian Elder

The Economy of Aging
Dorothy Rice, Medical Economist, University of California, San Francisco, Institute for Health and Aging

Crossing and Protecting Cultures
Joyce Neu*, Carter Center, Conflict Resolution Program

Memories of Mother Theresa
Michael Collopy*, Photographer; Author, "Works of Love are Works of Peace"

Living Fully in the Shadow of a Terminal Illness
Pamela Carson, Founder, Educate the Children

Science and the Spiritual Quest
Hans-Peter Dürr, Director, Max-Planck Institute
Rustum Roy, Founding Director, Materials Research Lab, Penn State University

The Creation and Power of Societal Memes
Richard Brodie, CEO, Brodie Technology Group

 

  3:00PM -6:00PM
 
    Roundtable Sessions
 
  6:15PM -7:15PM
 
    Forum Dialogues:
Butler & Butler: A Conversation on Global Security
Alan Cranston, moderator; U.S. Senator (1969 - 1993); Co-Chair, Board of Directors, State of the World Forum Lee Butler, Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Strategic Air Command (1990 - 1994) Richard Butler, Executive Chairman, United Nations Special Commission on Iraq

Positive Deviance: A New Paradigm for Addressing Today's Problems Today
Jerry Sternin, Director, Save the Children, Egypt

Networking : Reflection and Integration
Lisa Friedman, Co-founder, Enterprise Development Group; Member, Foundation for Global Community
Herman Gyr, Co-founder, Enterprise Development Group; Member, Foundation for Global Community

The Forum is often experienced as a tremendously stimulating time of new insight and learning. These networking sessions will provide a chance to "take a breath" and reflect on the day's events, to deepen and take in the experiences of the day. This session has two goals: to enable the participants to integrate what they have learned, and consider the implications of this learning for their day to day lives; and to learn about events occurring throughout the Forum to help connect to the Forum as a whole.

(For additional information regarding networking activities and to locate rooms for informal meetings, the Forum has established a Community Center located in the Hunt Room at the Fairmont Hotel. Please check the Community Center for the most updated schedule of organized networking activities.)
 

  7:30PM -9:30PM
 
    Dinner Keynote:
 
    What Kind of High Touch Do We Need in a High Tech World?
John Naisbitt*, Author, “Megatrends 2000”

The First Saatchi & Saatchi Award for Innovation in Communication
Hosted by:
Kevin Roberts, CEO, Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide
Bob Isherwood, Worldwide Creative Director,Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide

The Saatchi & Saatchi Innovation in Communication Award is designed to encourage and showcase new ideas in communications, and help turn inspiration into reality to benefit the greatest number of people.

 

  9:45PM -11:00PM
 
    Cultural Event
       
Notable Quote "However haltingly, we have made some progress."
   --former Commander-in-chief of the U.S. Strategic Air Command, Gen. Lee Butler
Actions which make a difference... COEXISTENCE AND COMMUNITY: More than 50 young people from nearly as many countries are taking part as full participants in this year’s SWF.
Go to INITIATIVES for details...