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Nov 17, 2021

One evening, while returning home from a baseball game on the team bus, Bobby and his brother didn't follow the rest of the players into a restaurant for dinner. They simply couldn't afford it. That night, the generosity of one man set into motion Bobby's ambition to always pay it forward—to his friends, his...


Nov 17, 2021

As a child, Maria Teresa Kumar often acted as her family’s de facto translator, in some instances going to the doctor with her grandmother to make sure she received the right prescriptions. Her responsibility meant she often navigated two worlds and assumed the role of advocate for those the system quickly left...


Nov 17, 2021

You don’t become the CEO of a Fortune 200 company at the age of 42 without talent, self-confidence, and a clear vision for growth in market share and shareholder value. What makes Sol Trujillo legendary is that he brings that same competitive spirit and foresight to the project he now leads.

Today, Trujillo is...


Nov 17, 2021

When Aidymar Bigio immigrated to the United States—having been accepted to the engineering program at the University of Rochester—it came as more than a culture shock. She describes that first step of her journey as a “survival game in assimilation.”

Aidymar Bigio’s story begins as that of a curious girl who...


Nov 17, 2021

The first-generation son of a Cuban mother and Peruvian father, Mike Roggero never saw anything on television growing up that represented who he was.

Today, as chairman and CEO of Fuse Media, Roggero has a goal to make the voice of the underserved stretch out across the entire media ecosystem—so that the Fuse brand...