ex-CEO of Entrepreneurs’ Organization, global business network (18K entrepreneurs in 70+ countries). Ex-Director @ American Red Cross ($110 million annual budget, 120 staff globally) and managed a $150 million portfolio in humanitarian donations for the U.S. Department of State. Carrie Timko Santos has spent her career working to improve the lives of others around the world, especially people coping with natural disasters and armed conflicts. She has led purpose-driven organizations and is passionate about ensuring organizational values come to life and are experienced by all. She believes we will be able to solve all the world’s problems when everyone can contribute their talents and she has learned to lead through authenticity and vulnerability. Carrie has been responsible for nonprofit budgets of over $120 million, staff of 150 and offices in more than 20 countries. Most recently, she served as CEO of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), a global business network of 18,000+ proven entrepreneurs in 220+ chapters and 70+ countries. Although a majority of EO member businesses lost over half of their revenue during the global coronavirus pandemic, during Carrie’s tenure EO’s revenue doubled and it retained more members than ever in its history. Prior to that, she led international development and disaster programs for the American Red Cross ($110 million annual budget, 120 staff globally) and managed a $150 million portfolio in humanitarian donations for the U.S. Department of State. Carrie currently supports several startups aligned to her purpose. She serves as Board Advisor and Chief Evangelist for Pullpath, a software tool to manage two-way dialogue designed to accelerate change by activating stakeholders from the bottom-up. She is on the board of ZADASI, a startup which equips women to break through barriers and design their success in business and life. Carrie is an advisor to Forums@Work, since she shares its vision to build a world where everyone benefits from trust and commitment in peer support groups. She also works with foundations that are increasing access of Ukrainian children to remote education and supporting Ukrainian women as leaders. Carrie has a PhD in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley, focusing on international politics in Eastern and Central Europe and she was a Fulbright Scholar.