In this seventh episode Giselle Fernandez interviews Michael Milken about what immigration has meant to the U.S.
In the years since he surpassed the U.S. record for personal income in the late 1980s, Michael Milken has applied his economic acumen and his fortune to making the world better by funding philanthropies dedicated to medical research and curing diseases, by providing opportunities for students and teachers, by encouraging philanthropic giving and community service, and by creating The Milken Institute and its global conference, a forum for thought leadership held annually in Los Angeles.
In this on-camera Q&A with Fernandez, he opens up about the economic benefits of immigration reform, how finance theory can ease racial tensions, his childhood dream of leading the country’s space program, and his surprise encounter with the man who changed the course of his life.
Giselle Fernandez is a five-time Emmy award winning journalist, producer, film maker, Latin media marketing entrepreneur and Latin Business Today advisory board member. She is the creator and host of the award winning on line interview series, "Big Shots.” Her exclusive interviews with titans of industry, thought leaders and trend setters from around the globe, not only delve into the economic landscape of America but the impact diversity and multi cultural demographics have on our future. As President of her own production, management and messaging consulting company, Fernandez consults to corporate America on marketing strategies to multi cultural markets.