[72 min 1 sec] – From the Alumni Conference 2011 featuring Ananya Roy, Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning; Education Director, Blum Center for Developing Economies; Co-Director of the Global Metropolitan Studies Center, UC Berkeley

From philanthropy to social entrepreneurship, widespread efforts are underway to alleviate global poverty. In this talk, Ananya Roy illuminates key victories and failures in the struggle against poverty. With Haas alumni in mind, she will explore whether particular types of leadership and action can tackling the urgent question of ending poverty.