Michael Nyenhuis, CEO of Unicef USA, the largest global platform to impact kids in need and with the largest humanitarian supply chain, talks about how his beginnings as a journalist shaped him as he took over this iconic yet innovative and agile 75-year old non-profit with volunteers in 180 countries (part of the United Nations) to rally the American public to support the world’s most vulnerable children, doing it all remotely during the pandemic, the very personal reason that motivated his professional choices, how your mission statement is your guiding light for relationships and culture while adapting to remote working, his advice to other CEOs on supply chain challenges, and his philosophy on establishing meaningful corporate partnerships.