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Friday, February 07, 2014

Franchise for Humanity - Come join us at Stanford University Feb 20-21

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, one o...
The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, one of California's most famous landmarks. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
After 4 years working to bring together people to think about their aspirations for the future of health - I co-founded the California Health Corps with Bill Daul - human connector extraordinaire! For it comes down to us - do we care enough about our health and the health of our families, neighbours and those in our community - to do something.

Here in California, home of some of the most wonderful scenic beauty and the intellectual advances that have changed the world - Silicon Valley, Life Sciences, the Internet and more, some of us feel a greater sense of responsibility due to having received so much!

So we are organizing Franchise for Humanity as a place for dialog to move into action, for building relationships able to sustain us for the long journey "to a more perfect union" that is possible when human beings care for one another's ability and seek out opportunities for each other to thrive.

If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area on Feb 20 and 21 in 2014, come and join us. Its a unique opportunity to interact with a select group of thinkers and leaders in Silicon Valley who deeply care about making the future one where resources can offer opportunity to the most disenfranchised.

Stanford (Photo credit: TitaniumDreads)
If the registration fee appears steep - write to me in comments and we will consider you for partial or full scholarships - we need to know what it is you want to do, and if we think we can help you, we will get back to you.

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