Since the 10,000 Solutions Project started, many groups and individuals expressed interest in the project, including some public leaders for innovation and changemaking.
The video above is from Peter Diamandis, Chairman and CEO of the X PRIZE Foundation. His solution answers the challenge of how we can live healthier lives. His idea is to create a device that works as a portable symptom checker so that people can be the CEO or their own health – or at least manage it on their own.
ASU president Michael Crow also posted a solution. His solves problems in higher education. He poses the idea of the New American University as a solution to public higher education. His New American University creates an inclusive learning environment for all types of students in all academic areas.
Tamara W., the CEO of the Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus Pine Council, poses a solution for human rights. She suggests that the countries and businesses invest in women to boost the economy and the standard of living. Women, she says, invest their wealth back into the public community. So, we should invest in women to support the nation’s prosperity.
Suzanne McKechnie Klahr, the CEO and Founder of Build, poses a solution for how we can educate in a rapidly changing world. She proposes a program that helps high school students start businesses to propel them through school and provide them with entrepreneurial skills they need.