35 episodes

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People features interviews with thought leaders, legends, and iconoclasts such as Jane Goodall, Stephen Wolfram, Margaret Atwood, Woz, Martha Stewart, and Leon Panetta. Every episode will make you a little more remarkable.

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    • Documentary

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People features interviews with thought leaders, legends, and iconoclasts such as Jane Goodall, Stephen Wolfram, Margaret Atwood, Woz, Martha Stewart, and Leon Panetta. Every episode will make you a little more remarkable.

    Nancy Gianni: Founder and Chief Belief Officer of GiGi’s Playhouse, Author of #GenerationG, and CNN Hero

    Nancy Gianni: Founder and Chief Belief Officer of GiGi’s Playhouse, Author of #GenerationG, and CNN Hero

    This week's remarkable person is Nancy Gianni, Founder and Chief Belief Officer of GiGi’s Playhouse, Author of GenerationG, and CNN Hero. After her daughter GiGi was born with Down's Syndrome, Nancy started GiGi's Playhouse to change the way the world views Down syndrome and to send a global message of acceptance for all.

    • 54 min
    Jamia Wilson: Author, Activist and Feminist

    Jamia Wilson: Author, Activist and Feminist

    This week's guest on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People is Jamia Wilson. Jamia wears many hats--and all of them well. She is a feminist, activist, writer, and speaker. She is also the director of the Feminist Press at the City University of New York. Jamia is destined to do remarkable things in her career.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Dr. Jerome Kim: Director General of International Vaccine Institute (IVI)

    Dr. Jerome Kim: Director General of International Vaccine Institute (IVI)

    This week's remarkable person is Dr. Jerome Kim, Director General of the International Vaccine Institute in Seoul, Korea. Formerly, Dr. Kim was Principal Deputy and Chief of the Laboratory of Molecular Virology and Pathogenesis at the U.S. Military HIV Research Program. He is working to help push forward its effort to solve one the greatest public health challenges of the 21st century, the decoding of the human immune system, specifically the coronavirus but also working on HIV and other viruses. The International Vaccine Institute (IVI) is the world’s only international organization devoted exclusively to developing and introducing new and improved vaccines to protect the world’s poorest people, especially children in developing countries.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    David Ige: Governor of Hawaii

    David Ige: Governor of Hawaii

    Governor David Y. Ige was sworn in as the eighth governor of the State of Hawai‘i on December 1, 2014. Governor Ige is focused on improving the lives of Hawaiʻi’s people and making the islands a place future generations choose to call home. He is increasing affordable housing, reducing homelessness, moving toward the state’s 100% renewable energy goal, and remodeling public education to prepare students for the innovation economy of the 21st century. Under his leadership, the state has aggressively moved to ensure financial sustainability and enable future growth. He believes that we can achieve our shared goals because we have always been better together than alone.

    • 40 min
    iJustine: Digital Influencer, YouTuber, Tech Reviewer, and Gamer

    iJustine: Digital Influencer, YouTuber, Tech Reviewer, and Gamer

    iJustine is became one of the Internet's first-and most popular-"lifecasters," inviting people around the world to watch her every move, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Within ten days of release, her "300-page iPhone bill" had garnered more than 3 million views and international media attention. These days, iJustine is a one-woman new media phenomenon: The popular techie, gamer, vlogger, and digital influencer has an army of nearly 8 million subscribers across multiple YouTube channels, with total views past one billion.

    • 45 min
    Sam Wineburg: History professor, author, truth-seeker, and Wikipedia fan

    Sam Wineburg: History professor, author, truth-seeker, and Wikipedia fan

    Sam Wineburg teaches us how you can tell what’s credible from what’s not on the internet. Wineburg directs Stanford’s PhD program in History Education, the only program of its kind in North America, http://sheg.stanford.edu His interdisciplinary scholarship sits at the crossroads of three fields: history, cognitive science, and education, and has appeared in such diverse outlets as Cognitive Science, Journal of American History, Smithsonian Magazine, and the Los Angeles Times.

    • 55 min

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