It's an organization that celebrates the "best in human values" and serves as a resource for lifelong learning. How can a creative community founded during a time of lack of information thrive in the age of information overwhelm?
Michael E. Hill is the president of the Chautauqua Institution, a nonprofit that welcomes 7,500 persons in residence during a nine-week summer season on Chautauqua Lake in southwestern New York. He visited Rapid City as part of the Morning Fill-up, sponsored by the Numad Group with support from the Bush Foundation.
Click play below to hear the full Morning Fill Up interview with Michael E. Hill.