5 Ways to Fuel Economic Growth

In this age of massive disruption, how do we prepare American workers to be successful? Whose responsibility is it — institutions, politicians, or companies — to guide the workers of tomorrow?


5 Talks to Challenge Your Thinking

In an age defined by disruption and transformation, compromise and conflict, it's important to step back and reflect on the big questions that define us and our society. These talks will challenge your thinking. 

To Persuade Others Pay Attention to Their Values

A Look Back on Aspen Ideas

Aspen Ideas 2017 brought thoughtful discussion and unique perspectives to the questions and issues facing the world today. Thought leaders weighed in on health, politics, morality, technology, global affairs, and more. Sessions were recorded and can be found on our website. (More will be added over the coming weeks, so check back often).

Get to Know Our 2017 Speakers

Maggie was the sister of Spotlight Health speaker Elizabth Lesser. She trained as a nurse practitioner after college.
Elizabeth Lesser co-founded Omega Institute. She will speak as part of the Caregiving track at Spotlight Health.

Closing the Tech Gender Gap by Teaching Girls to Code

Reshma Saujani is on the far left. She spoke in a session called Girls, Unleashed at Spotlight Health.
When Reshma Saujani ran for US Congress in 2010, she made campaign stops at schools throughout New York City. Her run against a long-time incumbent was unsuccessful, but the loss wasn’t a complete failure: she came away from it with an idea born of concern.