"It’s a tragic myth that pursuing success in business and making a meaningful impact in communities are mutually exclusive efforts. In fact, there is no significant and sustainable success without empathy and compassion." - Dale Godboldo
Dale is an entrepreneur, philanthropist and 30-year veteran of entertainment both in front of and behind the camera. In front of the camera, Dale played Dream Team attorney Carl E. Douglas on Ryan Murphy's The People V. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story, which won the Emmy, Golden Globe, NAACP Image, Critics Choice and BAFTA awards for Best Limited Series. He began his acting career on the 90’s Mickey Mouse Club alongside Ryan Gosling, Justin Timberlake, Keri Russell, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, and went on to appear in over 130 episodes of television and a dozen films including The Sum of All Fears and Marvel's Thor.
Behind the camera, Dale has structured the distribution and financing for numerous entertainment related projects with both major studios and independent production companies. His social impact efforts have been in collaboration with world leaders in business and the arts, helping raise more than $50 million for over 100 charities around the world.
Dale co-founded the Arts, Hearts + Philanthropy initiative in 2011 to bring awareness to social, economic and environmental challenges. AHP sponsors and produces world-class events that leverage the power of community activism and the potential for the arts to educate, inspire and motivate society in taking action to end poverty, inequality and climate change.
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Presented by Dale Godboldo, Jeff Vahle (President of Walt Disney World© Resort), and other Disney legends in support of Give Kids The World Village and their work to provide cost free vacations to critically ill children.