A collection of interviews with the non-profit leaders featured in explore films. This is your chance to dig deeper into the story, to find out the answers to your questions, and to gain a deeper understanding of the real struggles and rewards of the non-profit world.
Craig Sholley is a wildlife biologist and conservationist who is renowned for his work with the Mountain Gorilla Project in Rwanda.
Dr. Prabhavati Dwabha is the founder of Ramana's Garden, a home for children in India that provides education, food, and healthcare to those in lower castes, whom might otherwise be neglected in society.
Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswati is a renowned spiritual leader who is the founder and chairman of the India Heritage Research Foundation.
Dr. Chinny Krishna is the Chairman of the Blue Cross of India, one of India's largest animal welfare organizations.
Jo-Anne Dixon practiced veterinary medicine for 10 years before becoming the medical director of the Wood River Valley Animal Shelter — Idaho's first "no kill" shelter — in early 2006.
Wen Bo is the Beijing-based China programme co-director of Pacific Environment, a San Francisco environmental group working to protect the environment around the Pacific Rim. He is also an Asia Society fellow.