Craig Kielburger Co-founder: WE Charity, ME to WE Social Enterprise and WE Day; Author, Humanitarian, Social Entrepreneur

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  • Making Caring Cool Again: Engaging and Inspiring Next Generation Philanthropists
  • ME to WE: Making Doing Good, Doable
  • The WEconomy: How Your Company Can Profit from Purpose
  • The World Needs Your Kid: Raising Kids Who Care and Contribute
  • Unconventional Leadership: Lessons l learned from Oprah, Nelson Mandela, Grandma, and more
  • VIRTUAL, new Keynote: CHANGE, RESILIENCY AND DOING MORE WITH LESS

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  • 2014 It Takes A Child
  • 2013 The Power of We Day: Moving the World from Me to We
  • 2013 The Power of We Day: Moving the World from Me to We
  • 2012 My Grandma Follows Me on Twitter: And Other First World Problems We're Lucky to Have
  • 2012 Living Me to We: The Guide for Socially Conscious Canadians
  • 2011 Lessons from a Street Kid
  • 2011 Living Me to We: The Guide for Socially Conscious Canadians
  • 2010 The World Needs Your Kid: Raising Children Who Care and Contribute
  • 2010 Global Voices (Global Voices Compilation: Volume 1)
  • 2006 Me to We: Finding Meaning in a Material World
  • 2004 Take More Action
  • 2004 Me To We: Turning Self Help On It's Head
  • 2002 Take Action!: A Guide to Active Citizenship
  • 1999 Free the Children: A Young Man's Personal Crusade Against Child Labor

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Co-founder of the WE Organization, which includes WE Charity, ME to WE Social Enterprise and WE Day; NY Times best-selling Author, Humanitarian, Social Entrepreneur

Craig’s incredible journey started in his parents’ living room. From visiting the most poverty-stricken and war-torn parts of the world to sitting on Oprah’s couch to building a global organization, Craig has helped change millions of lives and inspired millions of others to make a difference.

Over the past two decades, he and his brother, Marc—fellow WE co-founder—have grown the WE global community to engage over 4 million people in service, including 250,000 students who volunteer to earn their ticket to WE Day, the greatest celebration for social good in the world.

Their innovative social enterprise model, ME to WE, sustains the work of their charitable mission with socially conscious products and experiences. Their work has resulted in a holistic development model, WE Villages, to empower more than one million people in developing communities.

Craig is also the youngest-ever graduate of the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA program and has received 16 honorary doctorates and degrees for his work in education and human rights. He is a social entrepreneur, a powerful and internationally acclaimed speaker, and has authored 12 books, including WEconomy: You can find meaning, make a living, and change the world.

Today, he continues to inspire and empower people of all ages to take steps toward making a meaningful difference.


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