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  Serial entrepreneur and master of disruption Nancy Lublin has built and led some of the world’s most innovative and far-reaching nonprofits, including Dress for Success, DoSomething and Crisis Text Line.
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Let's Talk Mental Health Kay Redfield Jamison is an international authority and researcher on mood disorders.
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Serial entrepreneur and master of disruption Nancy Lublin has built and led some of the world’s most innovative and far-reaching nonprofits, including Dress for Success, DoSomething and Crisis Text Line. Named one of the “World’s 50 Greatest Leaders” by Fortune magazine, LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman has called Lublin “the entrepreneurial equivalent of Indiana Jones” for her tenacity, focus, and grit.
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The Election of Donald Trump Has Rocked the World as we Know it. Time to Take Action.  Consider these five speakers:   Nancy Giles CBS Sunday Morning Contributor and “Accidental Pundette”  “If we want to become ‘a more perfect union,’ Hillary Clinton had it right: it really will ‘take a village’ to get the country we want.
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Nancy Lublin, the CEO and Founder of the revolutionary non-profit Crisis Text Line, has a clear view of her organization: “We think of ourselves as a tech startup first and a mental health organization second.”  According to LinkedIn Co-founder Reid Hoffman, “Few Silicon Valley start-ups achieve the sort of traction and transformative influence as quickly as Crisis Text Line has to date.” With innovation backed by big data and a startup mentality, Lublin has capitalized on her findings, leading to explosive growth that has brought her project to millions of people at an unprecedented speed. Since 2013, Crisis Text Line had processed over 18 million texts and expanded around the world, helping to launch a new industry centered around big data for social good.  As she laid out in her TED Talk, Nancy Lublin (Founder, Dress for Success; former CEO, DoSomething.org) understood the power of her idea, the platform it needed, and how to get the most out of her team.
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