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Patricia Brett
Patricia Brett created Veronica Brett, the first luxury collection of swimwear designed especially for breast cancer survivors. Inspired by her sister and named in memory of her aunt, Veronica Brett swimwear inspires survivors to look great and feel confident about their new bodies. Patricia donates 10% of all swimwear sales sold online at to breast cancer research and organizations that provide support services to the newly diagnosed.

Keela Dates
At 22 years old, Keela Dates traveled to Kenya for a volunteer stint at a school for orphaned and at-risk children. Now 27 years old, Keela is the Executive Director of a registered non-profit organization she founded called Reason2Smile Inc. whose mission is to support orphaned and at-risk children in developing countries by providing them with nutritious food, clothing, healthcare, and a good-quality education.

Rachel Doyle
Inspired by her own grandmother, Rachel Doyle at age 17 founded GlamourGals (“GG”), a program to boost the self-esteem of women young and old by organizing teen volunteers to provide companionship and complimentary beauty makeovers to women living in senior homes. Twelve years later, praised by Oprah, CBS and multiple media outlets, GG (now a “not-for-profit”) has more than 60 teen volunteer chapters across the U.S. that delivered over 80,000 hours of service in the last two years.

Terry Grahl
Terry Grahl is the Founder and Visionary Director of Enchanted Makeovers, an award-winning non-profit organization committed to transforming shelters into places that inspire psychological and behavioral changes. Through projects, programs and events, Terry and her team of volunteers and donors provide solutions to help women and children rebuild their lives.

Johanna Kandel
Johanna Kandel founded the Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness 10 years ago, as a source of community outreach, education, and prevention of the various eating disorders plaguing our nation. Since October 2000, the organization has offered presentations on eating disorders, positive body image and self-esteem to more than 150,000 people across the country. Relentlessly giving of her time through various speaking engagements, Johanna helps women and young girls with their eating disorders and is an inspiration to many.

Quinn Nystrom
After being diagnosed with typ­­­­e-1 diabetes, Quinn Nystrom realized that she could learn to live her life to the fullest. She spent a year traveling across the country to camps, conferences, corporations and the U.S. Congress. Now, at 25, Quinn devotes her efforts to diabetes advocacy full time and has been recognized nationally for her contributions.

Marissa Parisi
Marissa Parisi is the Executive Director of Hunger Free Vermont, an organization whose mission is to end the injustice of hunger and malnutrition for all Vermonters by empowering the community to ensure that children, families and seniors have access to nutritious food on a regular basis. She also teaches families how to cook on a small budget and advocates at local, state and national levels for anti-hunger programs.

Carrie Severson
Carrie Severson created the Severson Sisters Foundation, an organization committed to teaching young girls how to coexist peacefully using creative outlets to channel their energy positively and learn the skills needed to cope with self-esteem and body issues. The organization offers dance, cooking & writing classes as a way of empowering middle school girls to live their life as their authentic, awesome, super selves.

Kira Siddall
Kira Siddall is a good works troubador. From raising money for solar panels and traveling to Tanzania to install them on a school there, to working on pro bono advertising to promote charities in Richmond, Virginia, Kira is always giving back. She helped launch Tweetsgiving, now called Epic Thanks, a global celebration that seeks to change the world through the power of gratitude. The original TweetsGiving raised thousands of dollars for schools in Tanzania.

Rebecca Stanley
Rebecca Stanley and her husband started Blueprint 58, a non-profit mentoring program for children of Atlanta’s Adair Park and Pittsburgh neighborhoods. Blueprint 58 partners with neighborhood schools to provide committed mentors for fourth-grade student until their graduation from high school. Their goal is to open the children’s eyes to a different way of life, separate from the cycles of poverty, drugs, gangs and violence that many of them encounter on a regular basis.


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