The ideas born out of our Annual Non-Obvious Idea Dinner have the potential to change the world. Honorary Partner Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen took her 2013 Non-Obvious Idea and made it a reality. Check out her incredible work and and learn how you can be part of the Campaign to Change Direction.
Sixty leaders and change makers gathered on July 10 for the PathNorth Seventh Annual Non-Obvious Idea Dinner. The winner, member Don Bielinski had a simple question: what if air travel could be easier for adults with cognitive disabilities?
Member Barry Williams shares his favorite fiction book suggestions from 2016 in honor of his deceased mother, Ilza Berry Williams. Check out this year's list, and discover past years' suggestions at www.ilzaslist.com.
PathNorth founding member Steve Case was recently featured in an extended piece in Politico. Using his unique platform, Steve is on a mission for Washington to share in the prosperity of Silicon Valley. Check out the article and let us know what you think!
PathNorth founding member and Chairman of CNL, Jim Seneff, is graciously hosting a dinner with a purpose on Friday evening, March 24 in Charleston, South Carolina. Learn more about his work on 'The Vanishing Center of American Democracy' here!
Melanie Horsford, PathNorth's VP of Impact and Content, shares her thoughts on the year ahead. We are excited for all the amazing Experiences and Salons in 2017 and look forward to deepening connections and finding greater meaning with all of our members.
I’ve been pondering a study that I heard about. This holiday season with all of its promise and joy can actually be a sad time for many, since it puts a spotlight on how we should feel, rather than how we actually feel.
Last night, we held our Fifth Annual Non-Obvious Idea Dinner in Washington, DC. Every year we are more and more amazed at the incredible ideas that come out of this evening. Take a look at some of the winners here.
Shonda Rhimes, the titan behind shows such as Grey's Anatomy and Scandal, is having a Year of Yes. Check out this book recommendation by Nancy Pedersen and the corresponding Ted Talk shared by member Carol Melton on Rhimes' year to saying yes to everything.