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Lauren discusses her hope for the next generation, and the biggest factor that should drive a career.

Lauren's Biography

To Her 15-Year-Old Self: Believe in yourself, believe in your ideas, believe in your creativity, and know that you can make a difference.
Three Words to Describe Herself: Crafty, empathetic, and introverted
Ideal Interview Subject: Anne Frank
Message for Women: “I would hope that women, and young women in particular, just believe in themselves and really live up to their full potential.”

Lauren Bush Lauren is the CEO, Creative Director and Co-Founder of FEED Projects LLC, with a mission to create good products to help feed the world. In 2004, she was an Honorary Spokesperson for the UN World Food Program, traveling to eight countries to visit WFP operations. She also helped to start the Universities Fighting Hunger Campaign in the United States.
Prior to the founding of her company, Lauren worked as a fashion model, appearing on the cover of notable publications such as W, Australian Vogue, Glamour, Town and Country and Tatler. She studied photography and fashion design at Parsons in NY, and Central Saint Martins College of Arts & Design in London. She graduated from Princeton University with a BA in Anthropology, and a certificate of photography.

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