ICYMI: Casey Gerald SXSW Keynote Recap Rap:
For seven years at SXSW Interactive, SaulPaul has helped SXSW to recap the Festival’s biggest name speakers. His Recap Raps are both informational and entertaining. Listen as he takes SXSW inside of the talk of SXSW Interactive Keynote, Casey Gerald.
About Casey Gerald:
Casey Gerald is the co-founder and CEO of MBAs Across America, a national movement of MBAs and entrepreneurs working together to revitalize America. A native Texan, Gerald received an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a BA in Political Science from Yale College, where he was a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship. Named one of the “Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company he has emerged as an influential voice on the awakening that is changing business and society — making purpose the new bottom line in our lives and work.
Gerald began his career in economic policy and government innovation at the Center for American Progress, and has worked as a strategist with startup social ventures such as The Future Project, as well as companies like The Neiman Marcus Group. He serves on the advisory boards of the Aspen Institute’s Franklin Project and NPR’s Generation Listen while also being featured on MSNBC, in the New York Times, Financial Times and The Guardian.
His Harvard Business School commencement speech hit a nerve online and began a larger conversation around his ideas and work. Gerald argues that there is a new playbook for change. That doing good over doing well will wake a dying world from it’s slumber and bring about a recalibration driven by creativity and the people who practice it. In short, it’s time to give a damn.