“We need systems that in fact reflect that shared humanity… I think as we allocate our goods and services and protections of our societies that protect our bodies – the biological platform that allows for us to love and hope and dream – that it’s not in looking for the exceptions or the perfect leader, but in shaping the systems that allow for us all to have similar opportunities.” – Tom Fisher, Author and Emergency Medicine Physician, University of Chicago, Health Innovators Fellow
Communities everywhere experienced mass disruption and prolonged uncertainty over the past few years. What have we learned about our ability to adapt? What have we learned about the human spirit? And as we strive to emerge, how do our values show up to guide us?
In a conversation moderated by Margot Pritzker, Dar Vanderbeck, Vice President, Aspen Global Leadership Network, Jennifer Zhu Scott, Executive Chairman, the Commons Project, China Fellow, Tom Fisher, Author and Emergency Medicine Physician, University of Chicago, Health Innovators Fellow, and Arturo Condo, President, Earth University, Central America Leadership Initiative Fellow reflected on their experiences living and leading through this period.