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These Purpose Prize winners — a handful of the extraordinary individuals awarded the Purpose Prize in 2018 — remind us that there are no age limits to leaving your mark.
Founder and President, New American Leaders Project
“By helping first- and second-generation Americans prepare to get on the ballot, we are working towards a fairer, multiracial democracy.”
Executive Director, Hildegard House
“My life experiences have helped me believe I could create something bigger than myself. Seeing those in need and knowing I had the skills to do something about it was compelling.”
Co-Founder and Chair of the Board, The Lily Project
“What’s driving Lily’s success is something I learned decades ago – give talented people the opportunity, tools and encouragement to do their best work and they will do amazing things!”
President & CEO, Today's Students Tomorrow's Teachers (TSTT)
“Our program helps to nurture and mentor the students through high school and college. There are no shortcuts, this work requires extensive amounts of time and effort. But the payoff is great.”
Founder, Access Ability Wisconsin
“We have a solution that is increasing independence, increasing social interaction, and decreasing depression. Our wheelchairs are like our shoes; the outdoor wheelchair is like our hiking boots.”
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