The group is asked how they have helped others secure productive futures. Vicki Bradley shares her experience as a social worker moving people from a state institution into group homes to become independent members of society. Jesse Anderson notes how important it is to have a sense of place rather than just mindless busy work to occupy people. He is a graduate student at UT Austin interested in environmental sustainability and feels everyone deserves the benefits now reserved for the upper classes. He states architects should be more invested in providing for regular people. Steve Bradley brings up the mayor of Austin, an architect spearheading programs to make the city energy neutral. This spawns a discourse on local architecture and how architects can take a large role in securing a viable future for our world.