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Bill Gates interview

On May 18, 2019, Devin interviewed Bill Gates and Rotary International President Barry Rassin. While it is too late to sponsor that episode, we leveraging that experience to improve the caliber of our guests, improve the production quality for the show and increase the audience for the show.


Our goal is to help you increase revenue and brand awareness on social media, associate your brand with doing good, educate potential customers about your products and services, enhance your corporate social responsibility and cause marketing efforts and help you make the world a better place.


Mission Statement

The mission of the Your Mark on the World Center is to solve the world’s biggest problems—extreme poverty, poor global health and climate change—before 2045 by identifying and championing the work of experts who have created credible plans and programs to end them once and for all.


Your company can gain exposure with monthly episodes of the Your Mark on the World Show on YouTube and iTunes, ads on three websites (, and and more than 10,000 emails sent monthly.


Your Mark on the World Center

Devin founded the Your Mark on the World Center in 2012 to serve as a vehicle to help solve some of the world’s biggest problem’s by bringing attention to those who are doing the best work to solve them.


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Devin Thorpe

Devin Thorpe is a new-media journalist, author and educator. He founded the Your Mark on the World Center, contributes regularly to Forbes and operates,, and GoodCrowd.School. Learn more.

Devin is an author, educator and speaker. He calls himself a champion of social good. He travels extensively as a volunteer doing service, as a journalist finding heroes and as a speaker sharing what he’s learned. As a regular Forbes contributor for the leadership channel, he’s reached an audience of over 2 million people. He’s produced over 1,000 episodes of his Your Mark on the World show featuring luminary change agents. A bestselling author, his books—read over 1 million times—help people use money for good. He has helped nonprofits raise millions of dollars via crowdfunding. He earned an MBA at Cornell. Frequently finding himself on airplanes, Devin is grateful to be middle-seat-sized.


You can reach our audience of affluent customers, most of whom own homes, 49 percent of which are worth more than $300,000. Most have above average net worth; 42 percent have a net worth over $1 million. Our audience also has an above average household income; 64% have a household income over $150,000. Finally, 54 percent of our audience is between 25 and 34.

Marketing Plan

The Your Mark on the World Center is constantly working to increase its audience by innovatively covering the social good arena, developing a funnel that is perpetually growing the audience and providing a broad range of content related to social impact.

Sponsorship Fees

You can access the affluent audience of socially-minded millennials who represent the present and future success of your business by sponsoring the Your Mark on the World Center and burnish your reputation as good corporate citizens at the same time. Sponsorship fees $12,000 paid in advance or $1,200 per month with a one-year contract. A month-to-month option of $1,500 is also available.