Aria Finger is CEO DoSomething.org, a tech company exclusively for young people and
social change with six million members in 131 countries, and founder and CEO of TMI Strategy, a strategic consultancy that has brought in over $6 million for DoSomething. She’s also an adjunct professor of nonprofit management at NYU. Finger created DoSomething.org’s Teens for Jeans campaign, which has clothed over five million homeless teenagers, and spearheaded partnerships with Johnson & Johnson, Coke, H&M, and CVS Health. She serves on the board of Care for the Homeless, was named a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader in 2016, and was named to Crain’s New York Business 2012 40 Under Forty list.
Closing Session: LET'S DO SOMETHING! Conversations with Remarkable Change Makers
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