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THE ASPEN IDEA
WHAT IS THE ASPEN INSTITUTE?

The Aspen Institute, founded in 1950, is an international nonprofit dedicated to fostering
enlightened leadership, the appreciation of timeless ideas and values, and open-minded dia-
logue on contemporary issues. Through seminars, policy
programs, conferences, and leadership development ini-
tiatives, the Institute and its international partners seek to
promote the pursuit of common ground and nonpartisan
inquiry. The Institute is headquartered in Washington,
DC, and has campuses in Aspen, Colorado, and on the
Wye River near the shores of the Chesapeake Bay in
Maryland. Its international network includes partner
Aspen Institutes in Berlin, Rome, Lyon, Tokyo, and New
Delhi, plus leadership initiatives in Africa, India, and
Central America.

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Andrea Cunningham
Tarun Das
William L. Davis*
John Doerr
Sylvia A. Earle
Michael D. Eisner
Leonhard Fischer
Alan Fletcher
Henrietta Holsman Fore*
Stephen Friedman
Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
David Gergen
Alma L. Gildenhorn
Jamshyd N, Goodrej
Gerald Greenwald
Patrick W. Gross
Arjun Gupta
Sidney Harman
Hayne Hipp
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Ann Frasher Hudson
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Robert J. Hurst
Walter Isaacson
William N. Joy
Yotaro Kobayashi
David H. Koch
Ann McLaughlin Korologos*
Timothy K. Krauskopf
Leonard A. Lauder
Frederic V. Malek
Robert H. Malott
James M. Manyika
William E. Mayer
Bonnie Palmer McCloskey
Anne Welsh McNulty
Karlheinz Muhr
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Robert H. Murray
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Charles Powell
Michael K. Powell
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Lynda Resnick
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Albert H. Small
Andrew L. Stern
Giulio Tremonti
Jack Valenti
Roderick K. von Lipsey
Vin Weber
Frederick B. Whittemore
Alice Young

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For more than 50 years, this signature Institute seminar
has challenged civic and business leaders to probe time-
less ideas and values. Based on classical and contempo-
rary texts, it is a powerful exploration of the ideas that
have shaped human history, staged in the sublime set-
ting of Aspen, Colorado, or Maryland\u2019s Eastern Shore.

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Formerly the \u201cWilderness Seminar,\u201d this seminar pairs
moderated discussions of classical and contemporary
texts with expertly guided hikes in the Colorado Rockies
or excursions on the Chesapeake Bay, fostering a reflec-
tive examination of our relationship to nature. In 2007,
the seminar will be offered at a substantially lower price.

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Executives looking to strengthen their overseas and
domestic operations face issues of cultural misunder-
standing, conflicts in values, and competing interests.
This seminar addresses these challenges and explores
regional and global values that affect global economics.

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An opportunity to reflect on the issues that we face as
leaders and citizens, the Monthly Series offers the
\u201cCreativity\u201d and \u201cLeaders and Leadership\u201d seminars in
Washington, DC, and in Chicago.

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Moderated by leadership expert Jim O\u2019Toole, this semi-
nar draws on the wisdom of the ages to help mid-life pro-
fessionals explore the various ways successful people can
divide their time and balance the \u201csecond halves\u201d of
their lives.

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Offered at the Institute\u2019s Wye River campus, this seminar
engages faculty members of liberal arts colleges in the
exchange of ideas \u2014 across disciplines and
institutions \u2014 while probing the values that underlie
their teaching.

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Custom seminars enable organizations and companies to
develop one- to multi-day seminars relevant to their day-
to-day operations. This program has grown to include
many of the world\u2019s leading corporations. To learn more
about Custom Seminars, contact Donna Horney at
donna.horney@aspeninstitute.org or (202) 736-5835.

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Paul A. Volcker
Leslie H. Wexner
Clifton R. Wharton, Jr.
Dolores Wharton

LIFETIME TRUSTEES

Limited financial assistance is available for most
seminars. For more information or to register for a seminar,
contact Charlene Costello at (410) 820-5374
or charlene.costello@aspeninstitute.org.

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This program offers seminars to young professionals over long weekends
three times a year \u2014 over Presidents\u2019 Day weekend and the Fourth of
July holiday in Aspen, and once at Wye. Each is based on a theme or
issue; recent Socrates programs have focused on bioethics, leadership in
troubled times, and civil liberties. In 2005, the program added special
weekend tracks for teenage participants. For information,
visit www.aspeninstitute.org/socrates or call Mark Chichester at
(202) 736-1077.

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An annual festival of ideas, this extraordinary weeklong public event
brings some of the world\u2019s brightest minds and inspiring leaders to the
Institute\u2019s campus in Aspen, Colorado, every summer for informed and
enlightened dialogue on some of the world\u2019s most pressing issues. For
information, visit www.aspeninstitute.org/ideasfest or call Deborah
Murphy at (970) 544-7955.

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Medical, science, and health care leaders, plus interested members
of the public, will gather for this three-day conference highlighting the
latest advances in health and bioscience. The first Summit will take
place October 3\u20136, 2007. For information, contact Health, Bioscience,
and Society Initiative Director Dr. Michelle McMurry at
michelle.mcmurry@aspeninstitute.org or (202) 736-2535.

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Free and open to the public, this series brings prominent thinkers,
authors, historians, business leaders, diplomats, and government
officials to the Institute podium in Aspen, Colorado, throughout the
summer. Lineups are finalized in the late spring.

Note: All dates are subject to change; please check for updates.
* Women\u2019s Leadership Invitational
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The Society of Fellows is a community of more than 800 dedicated Aspen Institute supporters who donate at a variety of levels. They have
numerous opportunities to participate in seminars, symposia, lectures, discussion receptions, and other special events in Aspen, Colorado, and
Washington, DC. See page 34 for details on recent and upcoming events, and to find out how to become a Society of Fellows donor.
For information, visit www.aspeninstitute.org/SOF, or call Rachel Hahn at (970) 544-7912.

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A new offering, the Modern India Seminar will guide participants
through a first-hand exploration of the culture, economics, and pol-
itics of India. It will offer an in-depth look into modern India. By
combining travel with the Institute\u2019s trademark Socratically moder-
ated discussions of classic and contemporary texts, this seminar
offers participants an unmatched way to understand the dynamism
of India. The dates, which are subject to change, are October
14\u201321, 2007.

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Returning in September 2007, due to the incredible success of the
first Modern China Seminar in September 2006, this seminar takes
place in Beijing, Huangshan Mountain, and Shanghai and com-
bines Socratically-moderated discussions of classic texts with direct
exploration of China. Rapid change in China has brought new
contradictions and tensions; participants will explore these ten-
sions, plus texts by writers as diverse as Mao and Mencius, moving
with equal fluency through the oldest of Confucian ideas and the
newest of market socialist policies. Discussions will focus on the
country\u2019s culture, philosophy, politics, economics, and geography.

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The Institute offers residents of Aspen, Colorado, and the surrounding
Roaring Fork Valley communities a variety of programs and events
throughout the year as a way to engage the community in Institute
programming. Programs include seminars such as the Community
Great Ideas Seminar, the Sharing Shakespeare lecture series, and
educational programs for high school students. For information, contact
Cristal Logan at cristal.logan@aspeninstitute.org or (970) 544-7929.

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What do Israel,
Pepsi, and the US Department of Housing and
Urban Development have in common? Their
chiefs, all recent newsmakers \u2014 Prime Minister of
Israel Ehud Olmert, newly named Pepsico President
and CFO Indra Nooyi, and HUD Secretary
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seminars.
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grams for young leaders in the US and abroad \u2014 from South

Carolina to South Africa. Beginning with and inspired by the
Henry Crown Fellowship Program in 1997, these initiatives share a
common goal of developing a new generation of civically engaged
men and women by encouraging them to move \u201cfrom success to sig-
nificance,\u201d applying their entrepreneurial talents to addressing the
foremost challenges of their organizations, communities, and coun-
tries. They also share a common basic structure: each program selects
an annual class of approximately 20 proven young leaders and con-
venes them several times over the course of two years for a series of
intensive leadership seminars. Each fellow is required to design and
carry out a high-impact leadership project in his or her community.
The Institute is now gathering this growing family of initiatives under
a single umbrella: the Aspen Global Leadership Network (AGLN),
with the goal of introducing the \u201cFellows\u201d to one another across pro-
grams and leveraging their talents on a global basis. See page 30 for
the latest news from the network.

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The flagship of our young leaders\u2019 development programs, the Henry
Crown Fellowship was founded in 1997 to offer intensive values-based
education to young professionals between the ages of 25 and 45. Each
year, a class of 20 Fellows is selected based on their potential to
provide leadership at the highest levels of corporate and civic
responsibility. For information, visit www.aspeninstitute.org/crown or
call Martha Lange at (805) 962-9412.

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Each year, the Aspen Institute-Rodel Fellowships in Public Leadership
program selects 24 of our nation\u2019s brightest young political leaders
from both parties and all levels of government for two-year fellowships.
This unique program, which just named its second class of Fellows,
seeks to improve the quality of political leadership by encouraging
bipartisanship and facilitating dialogue centered on basic values and
the principles of Western democracy. For information, contact Gia
Regan at (202) 736-2525 or giaregan@aspeninstitute.org, or visit

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Nigeria, Letsema Foundation (South
Africa), and CETA Construction &
Services (Mozambique). Founded in
2001, ALI is designed to develop a new
generation of effective, enlightened,
and engaged business leaders for the
continent. ALI Fellows are between the
ages of 30 and 50 and drawn from
Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria,
South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda

(www.africaleadership.net).
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America\u2019s leading business school, in Costa Rica) and FUNDEMAS
(the Salvadoran chapter of Business for Social Responsibility).
Founded in 2004, CALI is designed to stimulate a new generation of
business, government, and civil society leaders to more fully engage in
the foremost challenges of their countries, their region, and their
times. CALI Fellows are between the ages of 25 and 45 and drawn
from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and

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Markets Institute of Goldman Sachs. As currently conceived, ILI will
convene successive classes of 24 proven young leaders, ages 30\u201345,
drawn from Indian business, government, and civil society. These
Fellows will be joined by up to eight specially selected \u201cGoldman
Sachs Aspen India Fellows\u201d \u2014 recruited from across the firm\u2019s global
network. The Fellows will meet in India and in Aspen to explore the
values that drive their leadership, India\u2019s place in the world, and ways
in which they can work together to improve Indian society

(www.aspeninstitute.org/ili).
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High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, the Nigeria Leadership
Initiative provides a platform for highly successful Nigerian leaders
(\u201cFellows\u201d) who are uniquely qualified to influence the future devel-
opment of Nigeria to enhance their values-based leadership skills and
to assume a transformative role in the future development of Nigeria.
The mission of NLI is to create a growing global network of credible
and accomplished community-spirited Nigerian leaders who are com-
mitted to taking responsibility for driving positive change in Nigeria
and Nigerian communities (www.aspeninstitute.org/nli).

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emerging leaders in South Carolina between
the ages of 25 and 45. It seeks to promote out-
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their full potential. Its mission is to offer each
class of 20 fellows the opportunity to explore
the values that sustain them; cultivate respect
for both the ideas and beliefs of others; and
become significant contributors to their state,
and to society at large. Founded by Institute
trustee Hayne Hipp, former Chairman and
CEO of Liberty Corporation, Liberty
Fellowship is a partnership of the Aspen
Institute, Hipp, and Wofford College, where it
is based (www.libertyfellowshipsc.org).

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