Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Performing Arts Center
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Humanitarians, activists and social entrepreneurs, brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger believe that together, WE can change the world. Over 20 years ago, they set out on a bold mission: to work with developing communities to free children and their families from poverty and exploitation. Their vision expanded to include empowering youth at home, connecting them with global issues and social causes, and partnering with schools to inspire young change-makers from within the classroom. And with the launch of ME to WE, they created an innovative social enterprise that provides products that make an impact, empowering people to change the world with their everyday consumer choices.
Social Entrepreneur/Humanitarian/New York Times Best-Selling Author
Since the age of 12, Craig has been inspiring people to make a difference and helping them connect with their purpose.
His incredible life journey starts in his parents’ living room, and takes him to slums around the world, to Oprah’s couch, to building a global organization that has helped millions lift themselves out of poverty.
A powerful, internationally acclaimed speaker, social entrepreneur, and New York Times bestselling author and author of 12 books, including his newest book WEconomy: You can find meaning, make a living, and change the world, Craig will inspire your group to take steps toward making a meaningful impact right now.
Co-founder of the WE Organizations, which includes WE Charity, ME to WE Social Enterprise and WE Day
Socially-Responsible Business Leader/Best-selling Author/Rhodes Scholar
Marc Kielburger is an internationally acclaimed speaker, social entrepreneur and New York Times bestselling author. Since the age of 17, he has been leading by example showing anyone can make a world of difference. Through Marc’s moving and passionate speeches—customized to reflect your group’s needs—gain insights and tangible takeaways for creating your own personal and organizational change.