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    Making an Impact Before High School Graduation

    Project Green Schools Youth Council President Heather Morecock graduated from high school this spring. For many 18-year-olds this would mark the beginning of their focus on impact. But for the University of Vermont-bound environmentalist and artist, activism began several years ago.

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    Wash Your Hands (and Change the World)

    Sensitive skin, preventable diseases, and plastic in the ocean are just three big problems that inspired Soapply Founder Mera McGrew to start her own business.

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    Living and Loving Well

    Suzanne LeRoux discovered essential oils as a way to solve her own skin challenges and to unwind during law school, but she never imagined her late-night hobby would become a family business. Fast forward 20 years, and the Georgia-based mother of two now runs One Love Organics alongside her husband Chase. She shares her hard-won lessons about entrepreneurship, the importance of treating people well, and her goal of listening more—to those around her, and to herself.

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    Following the Food

    The first seed of an idea for Big Spoon Roasters came to Mark Overbay during Peace Corps service in Zimbabwe. What followed was an adventure in entrepreneurship, passion, and impact.

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    Celebrating Every Age

    Rachel Peters marketed big brands before the need for deodorant and personal care products for her preteens inspired her to start Clean Age alongside her daughter Cana.

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    10 Questions with Girls Crushing It Founder & CEO Roxanne Christophe

    We connected with founder and CEO Roxanne Christophe to hear how her daughters’ determination to sell origami inspired the creation of an organization that has served over 1,000 girls in just three years.

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