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Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life

Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life

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September 05th 2011:Special Encore Presentation: Vision of Action: Leading Global Change Through Living Networks

Our world is on an unsustainable path. Scientists warn that we are rapidly approaching dangerous tipping points after which life as we have known it will be irreversibly changed. At the same time, we are poised on the verge of a possibility so magnificent that we can barely imagine it. Using technical and social solutions already available, we can safeguard our planet’s capacity to sustain life – now and for future generations. Jim Kiles has dedicated his life to developing living networks for positive change. Drawing on his background as a media guru and successful entrepreneur, Jim now leads

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Jim Kiles

Jim is Program Director for FOUR YEARS.GO. Jim is the leader and holds accountability for all programs and activities of FOUR YEARS.GO. Jim has been a civil rights lawyer and a lifelong entrepreneur and business investor. He has managed many initiatives including several major media and communications activities. During the past ten years, Jim has been involved in developing technology and systems that enable real networks to engage and grow memberships, deliver on the network value proposition and enable the integration of media and action. His thirty years of experience includes a stint from 1995-2001 as Managing Director at Intel Corporation where he was responsible for Intel Capital inv
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