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.
Mrs. Triveni Balkrishna Acharya, as the leader of the Rescue Foundation, is committed to protecting and promoting the human rights of women, girls, and children by working to eradicate human trafficking. She often takes a lead in conducting raids on brothels in India.
Dr. Richard Taylor is a professor at EARTH University in Costa Rica, where students come from 25 countries to learn methods for sustainable agriculture and conservation.
Tom Iselin is the Executive Director of an Idaho-based program that uses sports and recreation as healing and therapy for people with disabilities, including service members who have been severely wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Denise Herzing founded the Wild Dolphin Project to study free-ranging Atlantic spotted dolphins — "in their world, on their terms." She is currently writing a book with that title.
Emilia Casella is in Darfur working on one of the world's biggest humanitarian crises, providing food to residents of war-torn Sudan.
Oren Yakobovich is Director of Video at B'Tselem, the Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories.