Leadership

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From Everyday Heroes- 50 Americans Changing the World One Nonprofit at a Time by Katrina Fried and Paul Mobley.  Photographs © 2012 Paul Mobley.  www.welcomebooks.com/everydayheroes

Nancy Lublin/Leadership

CEO, DoSomething.org

A: Leadership doesn’t always come from the top or from a title or from age or even from experience. It comes from courage—and nobody has cornered the market on courage.

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Reshma Saujani/Leadership

Founder, Girls Who Code

A: Hillary Clinton. Because she is a fighter.

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Mimi Duvall

Mimi Duvall/Leadership

Life Coach & Designer, Dreams Will Come

A: 1). Clear vision = Articulated and purposeful thinking, an uncommon quality to possess 2). Integrity = Inspired action aligned with commitment to a vision against—and in spite of—all odds; no excuses! 3). ...

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Pamela Ryckman/Leadership

Author & Freelance Journalist, The Stiletto Network

A: You don’t need to be famous or fabulous to cultivate a strong network, and you need not begin with major connections. I’ve seen so many young women reach out to ...

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Alyssa Rapp

Alyssa Rapp/Leadership

Founder & CEO, Bottlenotes

A: Vision, Perseverance, Resilience And in terms of tactics: Hire passionate, driven, smart, capable, young people- give them clear goals and directions- and get out of their way as they execute these goals. If you have ...

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Chrissy Crawford/Leadership

Founder and CEO, ArtStar, Little Collector by ArtStar

A: Benazir Bhutto. She was powerful and strong, but never lost her femininity. She saw it as a strength instead of a weakness.

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