Mallika’s presentation at the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative is the jumping off point for this thoughtful piece on culture change and the necessity of self-reflection. Courtney E. Martin writes, “In the midst of what was otherwise an enlightened conversation about the tricky business of cultural change, a glaring omission occurred. Not once did I hear this room of usual Clinton Global Initiative suspects—heads of state, corporate leaders, celebrities, and NGO leaders—apply these questions to, well, themselves. If real, radical cultural change is the goal, then real rich people are both part of the problem and fundamental to the solution.”
Read the rest at the Stanford Social Innovation Review.