Charles Vogl

Charles Vogl is an award-winning author, speaker, and executive advisor. His work reflects a calling to help leadership create connections and belonging in the loneliest time in organizational history. He is a founding member of Google Vitality Lab, and his work is used within leading organizations such as Twitch, Airbnb, ServiceNow, and Meetup.

Charles began his lifelong study of change as a volunteer living in a homeless shelter in Santa Ana, CA. He then worked on human rights in sub-Saharan Africa as a Peace Corps Volunteer, and later built teams to create high social impact media as a PBS documentary filmmaker in New York. He went on to study social movements, business, and spiritual traditions at Yale University, where he earned a Master of Divinity as a Jessie Ball duPont Foundation Scholar.

He is the author of three books, including the internationally best-selling 'The Art of Community: 7 Principles for Belonging', winner of the Nautilus Silver Award for Business and Leadership, 'Building Brand Community', an Axiom Business Book Gold Medal Winner, and 'Storytelling for Leadership'.