Working for a more peaceful and sustainable world–one peace at a time.
Nobelity On Screen: Collaborating with Nobel laureates and other inspiring leaders, we make enlightening and motivating films to raise awareness on global issues and move people to action.
Nobelity In Schools: We work with teachers nationwide engaging students with the issues that will affect their futures and the futures of children around the world.
Nobelity In Action: And our community action projects span the globe from Texas to Nepal, addressing issues of the environment, education, and health. We believe that by improving conditions in one community you improve the state of the global community, and working together we tilt the world towards peace.
The Nobelity Project
Working for a better way
Writer and filmmaker Turk Pipkin is the founder of The Nobelity Project and the director of the organizations three feature documentaries about global problems and solutions. The latest film, Building Hope, tells the story of The Nobelity Project’s partnership with a rural Kenyan community to build the area’s first high school.
Turk is also the author of ten works of fiction and nonfiction, including the NY Times bestseller, The Tao of Willie, co-authored with Willie Nelson.
As the Executive Director, Christy Pipkin works to bring the non-profit’s initiatives to fruition— creating motivating documentaries and short films, helming educational outreach in the US and abroad, and maintaining oversight on development projects around the world. She believes that by improving conditions in one community you improve the state of the global community, and by working together we tilt the world towards peace.
“I am a firm believer that local action has global impact, and that no act is too small to matter. At times global issues can seem overwhelming, but I like to remember when Desmond Tutu told us of a saying in Africa– “There is only one way of eating an elephant…one piece at a time.”