The Pursuit of the Unsolvable
We have dreamed impossible dreams
Our founders came of age watching the Berlin Wall come down, the maturation of space exploration, the end of apartheid in South Africa, and the early days of the internet. This left a lasting impression in their minds that seemingly unsolvable challenges were, ultimately solvable. This spirit is part of the Ubuntu Lab's DNA, as we work on one of the most urgent issues of our day in spite of critiques that it is an idealist's folly.
When you meet the Ubuntu Lab team you quickly find that these are people who have hard won experience that is far beyond their years. Having covered most of the planet in travels for work and exploration, they have a deep appreciation for the people that make our world complex and challenging, but more importantly make humanity beautiful and rich. The team has founded companies, consulted for Fortune 500 Corporations, sat with world leaders, advised change makers, and and have been recognized around the world as leaders in social change.
This team has given life to an idea that can change the way we create social change. Mike and Kristi Radke founded the Ubuntu Lab in 2012 to explore what was necessary to create an impactful, meaningful, and scalable way to help humanity know itself, learn to live together in tolerance and peace, and enjoy the richness of diversity in the human experience.
Over the past five years they have researched and experimented, theorized and tested, built teams and inspired advocates. They have gathered their equipment and planned their route, and now they are ready to start the uphill climb towards the vision that has driven them for nearly forty years.