What is to be done? Environmental Concerns in the Russian Far East

By: Timothy Schettino As an inaugural member of the Military Leadership Circle (MLC) I had the blessing to attend the Milken International Global Conference (MIGC) twice, and as readers have gleaned from the last few MLC posts, there is no way to fully encapsulate the sheer whirlwind of powerful interpersonal interactions and ideas that everyone … Continue reading What is to be done? Environmental Concerns in the Russian Far East

An Open Challenge

By Kyle Ellis Last week I had the distinct pleasure of attending the Milken Institute Global Conference as part of the Military Leadership Circle.  Like many of my peers in the MLC, my experience was partially overwhelming, mostly exhilarating, and completely exhausting.  When I sat down this week to reflect on the conference, I thought … Continue reading An Open Challenge

Gender Inclusivity – Reflection on the Milken Institute Global Conference

By Thomas Higginbotham There are 12,600 pilots in the United States Air Force, only 713 of which are female - a miserly 5.6%. The first female entered pilot training in 1976, but in the 40 years since then there has been very little progress for gender inclusivity in the career field. Meanwhile, we learned at … Continue reading Gender Inclusivity – Reflection on the Milken Institute Global Conference

The Reciprocity Ring and the Power of Leveraging Networks

By Ken Tarr The Milken Global Conference is a rare opportunity to meet the influencers and policy makers that shape our country and world. MLC members are afforded a unique experience to learn from these influencers, their current projects, and what made them successful, all while building professional relationships outside the conference. The Military Leadership … Continue reading The Reciprocity Ring and the Power of Leveraging Networks

What the Military Leadership Circle, the Milken Global Conference, and Burning Man have in Common

By: Kelly McCoy Researchers found that those who go to Burning Man come back different. Whether it is neurological, biological, or just a frame of mind – unique experiences, whether it be art (among other things) in the desert or a week in Beverly Hills can change the way you think. I applied to the … Continue reading What the Military Leadership Circle, the Milken Global Conference, and Burning Man have in Common