Help Make UoPeople the Ultimate Huffington Post Game Changer!

Yesterday, The Huffington Post nominated me, on behalf of University of the People, as a HuffPost Game Changer for “taking the world to school!” I have always greatly respected the world of The Huffington Post, so this recognition is nothing short of flattering.

The Huffington Post selected 100 innovators, visionaries, mavericks and leaders who are transforming their fields, including politics, entertainment, style, technology, business, travel, green, sports, food, education, media and impact.

But that’s just the beginning: The Huffington Post will announce the 12 Ultimate Game Changers, based on your votes.

If you believe in University of the People, please give a “10” score for the cause, and encourage your friends and family to do the same here.

What do you think makes someone a game changer?

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About President Shai Reshef

Starting in 1989, Shai Reshef served as chairman of the Kidum Group, a test preparation company, which he sold in 2005 to Kaplan, one of the world’s largest education companies. While chairman of Kidum, he built an online university affiliated with the University of Liverpool, enrolling students from more than 100 countries; that business was sold to Laureate, another large for-profit education company, in 2004. A vessel for universal higher education, UoPeople has the enormous potential to function as a global stimulus package, reaching even the most remote and poorest places on earth. Our ultimate mission is to democratize higher education and, if the past two years are any indication, this is not merely a pipe dream.
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