"Activating Young People to Change the World"
with DeNora Getachew
Season 7, Episode 2

“A third of the young people who come to us feel like it’s unclear to them how to affect change. And so our goal has to be start small, start with the things that are accessible that you can actually do today, whether that’s educating yourself or taking a first volunteer action. And then that portal can be a way to level up engagement so that you get to do more and more over time.” – DeNora Getachew

DeNora Getachew is a mother to 3 children and the CEO of DoSomething.org, one of the nation’s largest organizations exclusively for young people who are committed to positive social change, and collectively taking action on the most pressing issues of our time. DeNora acquired a bachelors in Legal Studies from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and holds a J.D. from Fordham Law School.

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