Thor Halvorssen is the President and CEO of the Human Rights Foundation, HRF. Based in New York, the HRF agency protects human rights. Half Venezuelan and half Norwegian Halvorssen descends from an extended family setting. His family lineage has always been involved in human rights protection, and his father was the Venezuelan ambassador in Norway during the Second World War.He investigates human rights violators through Wickr messages and encrypted night emails. Besides, Thor is also a producer of much pro-democracy advocacy, public interest advocacy, civil liberties, individual rights and public policy films.
Thor Halvorssen is also a Film Producer
Thor Halvorssen is also the Czech-based Children’s Peace Movement Patron and the founder of the Moving Picture Institute. He recently acquired the Norwegian leftist Ny Tid news magazine and is currently working on the production. The Moon is a Harsh Mistress in collaboration with Bryan Singer and Robert Heinlein’s.
Oslo Freedom Forum
His New York-based HRF is radical against corrupt government institutions and has the corporate objective to fight against global oppressive regimes. The agency recruits other global activists to help call for freedom campaigns for the release of political prisoners. HRF conducts annual international forums that attract many global journalists.In 2016, the forum was known as the Oslo Freedom Forum was hosted by international human rights activists from Syria, Saudi Arabia, Eritrea, and Belarus. Unlike; other open onstage forums, the Oslo Freedom Forum has held Grand Christiania Hotel under closed doors. The Oslo Freedom Forum was so spectacular that it was referred to as the festival for human rights.
The Oslo Freedom Forum has also been likened to the Davos economic forum. Many countries were represented where they discussed radical global networking and trade party tips to topple dictatorial administrations.As a classical liberal, Thor and his protégées display no political interests.They are the anti-Soviet free movement ideological throwbacks and wish to oust the global government institutions that have overshadowed and oppressive political ideologies. Thor’s intense commitment in a complex world of human politics puts him under the greatest spotlight and remains one of the most influential human rights campaigners.
Eric Lefkifsky is the co-founder of Tempus. He currently is serving as Chairman of the company. He is from Southfield, Michigan. He attended high school at Southfield-Lathrup High School and then attended the University of Michigan after graduation. He graduated with honors from the University of Michigan and went on to attend Michigan Law School where he received his Juris Doctor. He has worked in many fields and ultimately crossed over into the world of technology. Specifically, he now works to assist doctors in making cancer treatment decisions through his company Tempus. Tempus is a company that helps provide relevant data and critical information that helps doctors get the information that they need to help their patients get the right type of treatment that they need to help them fight their illness effectively.
More specifically the organization makes a point to focus primarily on children. Since its creation, the Lefkofsky Foundation has helped to provide funding for over fifty different organizations and causes. Providing these funds helps children that would otherwise do without necessary staples in their lives. Eric Lefkofsky has made a major impact in the lives of many and continues to seek out those with disadvantages to giving them hope for a brighter tomorrow.
His interests in the community are also obvious. He makes great strides to be involved and to help further the arts and other important community functions. He serves on Children’s Memorial Hospital’s Board Of Directors as well as The Art Institute of Chicago. He is a Steppenwolf Theatre Company Trustee and a World Business Chicago Board of Directors member. Eric Lefkofsky knows the importance of playing an active role in the community around him and dedicates a great deal of his time and attention to furthering goals and causes that benefit the people that live in Chicago and the surrounding areas.
Eric Lefkofsky also taught college classes at Kellstadt Graduate School of Business in the field of Applied Technology. He also taught at Northwestern University where he instructed students in disruptive business models. He still teaches entrepreneurship and technology related courses at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. His diverse background has given him the unique ability to offers his services in many capacities and teaching is just one of them. Bizjournals.com agrees that is a man of great talent and disposition which makes him a valuable contributor to his fellow man.