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Apr 29, 2022

'I was at my calmest when I was in a room with bad guys'

Robert Mazur is directly responsible for one of the biggest busts against the Pablo Escobar Medellin Cartel in the 1980s. In 2009, he published “The Infiltrator,” a memoir about his two years undercover, and in 2016, the book was made into a film...


Apr 22, 2022

TIME named Sylvia Earle as their first Hero of the Planet, and she has been National Geographic's Explorer in Residence since 1998. Sylvia is called ‘Her Deepness’ and the ‘Sturgeon General ‘by The New Yorker and The New York Times a Living Legend by the Library of Congress and she is a master storyteller and my...


Apr 15, 2022

I have always been attracted to characters,  how they look, what they say, even their moral qualities. They make you smile or look with astonishment, and they are scene stealers. Ori Spado is a true-to-life character who could have stepped into any part on the Sopranos or in The Godfather.

Ori went from small-town boy...


Apr 8, 2022

‘I went to them and said I am not a number. I am a human being.  Just one week before and I was in Syria and I had dreams.’


Tareq Hadhad's incredible journey is one of the most inspirational and powerful stories I have ever shared. From a charmed life in Damascus to overnight becoming a refugee of the Syrian...


Apr 1, 2022

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change your country, to change the world.”

Nelson Mandela

Are we preparing our children for the future of work, where they compete for jobs in the clouds and must march in step with rapidly changing technology?  Does school inspire and motivate them, and...