The Nobelity Project is first and foremost about noble people doing the right things. However, they are also noble laureates, renowned for their work in various disciplines. Turk and his wife Christie have traveled the world interviewing these noble laureates. In our interview with Turk Pipkin, a very tall Texan wearing a T-shirt reading: “One peace at a time. Take the first step.” I ask him about his shirt and he says: “It’s our latest. We made a movie about problems and people wanted to know about solutions.”
Turk visited 20 countries to gain a perspective on what ennobles us and what are the most pressing problems needing solutions, today and in the future. We asked him what is one of the most critical issues we face:
“Water. It’s a huge problem. We interviewed one couple who work in Ethiopia. They founded A Glimmer of Hope.”
Turk tells us, “Here is one couple working with the problems of 2 million people.” A Glimmer of Hope tackles 3000 projects surrounding the water issue. “They will dig 2000 wells, 60 feet deep. It costs them $4000 to provide water for 500 people” Not bad at $8 a head.
Join us and Turk Pipkin as we talk about what an average person can do to make something noble happen that produces radical change.
Niki Nicastro McCuistion
The McCuistion Program