‘I’ve Found People Think Bigger When They’re Given More Space’
"150 FEET UNDERWATER, KATE GOODALL FOUGHT TO REJECT EVERY NATURAL IMPULSE. PANICKING WAS THE EASIEST WAY TO DIE.
Diving on shipwrecks off the coast of North Carolina was an unlikely path for a 22-year-old born in a quaint market town north of London. Kate’s father died when she was three; her mother remarrying an American a decade later and moving the family to Alexandria the summer before high school. There, Kate became certified in SCUBA and developed an interest in maritime archaeology—a surprisingly useful training ground for the rest of her life.
Today, Kate serves co-founder and CEO of Halcyon, leading a team of innovators focused on solving 21st century problems. For every eight fellowship spots available, Kate says they receive 500 applications from around the world..."