Ten Bostonians who are upending the way we live, lead, and learn.
Can your body change your mind? This Harvard Business School prof is out to prove that power begins with posing.
The founder of Bridj might know how to fit the T (just a little bit.)
What will the city look like at its quadricentennial in 2030? Ask Sara Myerson.
His firm’s lawsuit saves the planet.
The Boston Foundation president wants to close Boston’s opportunity gap.
He’s spearheading Boston’s next big thing: angel philanthropy.
He’s helping kids code their way out of poverty.
She’s bringing heroin addicts back from the brink of death.
The director of policy and planning for the BTD is setting out to make Boston’s streets safer.
The biggest players in sports are lining up to invest. But what’s next for the city’s billion-dollar startup?
Future Boston’s executive director is diversifying Boston, one party at a time.
With Mass-Ignite, the former state Senate president is bringing international companies to the Bay State.
Her new program aims to help adults with developmental disabilities navigate life after high school.
A Shark Tank for independent restaurants? The Restaurant Investment Group wants to shake up how dining gets financed in Boston.