Before you can change the world, you need to engage people - and to do that successfully at scale, you need to help them access a greater purpose, higher power and deeper meaning. But how do we accomplish this at scale without condescending to our communities? Join Jeremy Heimans -- CEO of Purpose and founder of global movements Avaaz and GetUp as he discusses the ways they've helped transform engagement for corporations, non-profits and citizens with integrity and purpose.
Jeremy Heimans is co-founder and CEO of Purpose, a home for building 21st century movements and cutting-edge experiments in mass participation.
In 2007, Jeremy co-founded Avaaz, the world’s largest online citizens’ movement, now with more than 15 million members. In 2005, he co-founded GetUp, an Australian political organization and internationally recognized social movement phenomenon that today has more members than all of Australia's political parties combined.
In 2011, Jeremy received the Ford Foundation's 75th Anniversary Visionary Award for his work as a movement pioneer and the World Economic Forum named him a Young Global Leader. His work has been recognized in publications like The Economist and the New York Times, and Fast Company named him one of the Most Creative People in Business. Jeremy began his career with the strategy consultants McKinsey and Company. He was educated at Harvard University and the University of Sydney. He lives in New York.