About: Kare Anderson
Kare Anderson is an Emmy-winning former NBC and Wall Street Journal reporter, now connective behavior speaker and columnist for Forbes and Huffington Post. Anderson’s TED talk on The Web of Humanity: Becoming an Opportunity Maker has already attracted over 1.3 million views.
Her clients are as diverse as Salesforce, Novartis, S.F. Giants and The Skoll Foundation. She’s a founding board member of Annie’s Homegrown, co-founder of nine political PACs, and author of Mutuality Matters, Moving From Me to We, Getting What You Want and other books.
Anderson serves on the advisory boards of Gloopt, Raynforest, Watermark and TEDxMarin. As David Rockefeller Jr. said after hearing her speak, “Kare forever changes how you see yourself and your world.” Discover more at her blog, Moving From Me To We.
It doesn’t get much higher-level than a presidential campaign, and Kare Anderson created over 208 issues-formation teams for President Obama’s first run for office. She is an expert in getting a message across, connecting with others to turn situations into opportunities and collaborating with others to accomplish more than you can accomplish alone.
Kare Anderson has worked on the Wall Street Journal and as a journalist for NBC where she received an Emmy. She has been invited to speak across the world, has appeared at TedXBerkeley and been consulted by governments, sports teams, start-ups and prestigious companies and institutions including Google, the London School of Economics, Siemens, Deloitte and Novartis. She was the first Pacific Telesis Cable TV and Wideband Division Director and founding board member of Annie’s Homegrown.
Passionate as well as expert, Kare Anderson has co-founded nine women’s political action committees. Her views are widely quoted in many publications and she has a global following for her blog, Moving from Me to We. She has published four books, Getting What You Want, Walk Your Talk, Beauty Inside Out and Resolving Conflict Sooner.