Watch videos of Robert F. Smith’s interviews, speeches and panel discussions on topics ranging from his philanthropic goals to uplifting underserved communities and the future of the digital economy.
Robert F. Smith spoke at a Town Hall meeting hosted virtually by Eagle Academies. Smith responded to students’ questions and talked about his own experiences attending school in Denver, Colorado.
Robert F. Smith gives a commencement to the Morehouse College Class of 2019, in which he announces that he will be paying off the student debt of each graduate.
Robert F. Smith addresses a crowd following being awarded the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy following his decision to pay off the student debt of each member of the Morehouse College Class of 2019.
Robert F. Smith receives the W. E. B. Du Bois Medal from Harvard University, which is awarded to individuals who make an impact on African and African American life and culture.
Robert F. Smith inspires the American University Class of 2015 to embrace the needs of a rapidly changing world during his commencement speech.
Robert F. Smith, who grew up in Denver, explains the lessons learned from the people of his neighborhood about hope and perseverance to the University of Denver’s 2017 graduating class.
Robert F. Smith discusses the importance of positive relationships between the Jewish and African American communities and how they relate to American history at the World Values Network’s 8th Annual Jewish Awards Gala Dinner.
Robert F. Smith inspires students at Code.org’s Epic Day of Code event to act on their curiosities through exploration and research, while using the tools and technology at their disposal.
Robert F. Smith explains to students at Code.org’s Epic Day of Code event how philanthropy was instilled in him at a young age by his parents and the importance of continuing to help others when possible.
Robert F. Smith talks to students at Code.org’s Epic Day of Code event about the power of community and the role his community played in achieving success throughout his career.