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Meet Pastor Rudy, an Inspiration to Poor and Underserved People in Houston, Texas

P&G Partners with Katie Couric Media for Part 5 in their “Leading with Love” Series
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Pastor Rudy Rasmus knows firsthand how it feels not to be understood. He grew up in the segregated south and uses the lessons he learned to love people for who they are, where they are to help the homeless population in Houston, Texas. He has often said that a city’s greatness is determined by how it treats its poorest citizen, and he has stepped up to be a source of comfort and help to those most in need.

P&G Partners to Launch Womenentrepreneurs4good Initiative

Meet the Female Entrepreneurs Powering the Green Transition
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Priya Selvaraj, a German entrepreneur and founder of Naturblatt (LeafCulture), knows it needs curative and creative iteration for a business idea to be viable.

Three Ways P&G Is Choosing Equal at the Generation Equality Forum

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As we emerge from the COVID-19 crisis – which has seen women bear a heavy and disproportionate cost – there is an opportunity for all of us to come together and #ChooseEqual. Now more than ever, P&G and our brands remain committed to being a force for good and a force for growth around the world, with gender equality as an ongoing priority.

Meet the “Mother of Forests” Advocating for Responsible Forestry Practices

P&G Partners with Katie Couric Media for part 4 in their “Leading with Love” Series
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Stacey Locke still remembers the first time her grandmother brought her to their family’s forest – the Pine Prairie. She was five years old, and it was filled with young pine saplings just as tall as her. Her grandmother explained how she planted them for Stacey the year she was born and asked her to always take care of these very special trees. And Stacey promised she would. Fifty years later, she’s doing just that, alongside her father and three sisters – and inspiring others to do their part as well.

Veteran-Led P&G Supplier Gives Back

Magellan Transport Logistics Leverages Military Experience to Achieve Diversity Goals, Serve P&G Consumers
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Tom Piatak, U.S. military veteran and CEO of Magellan Transport Logistics, is leveraging his company’s commitment to hiring and supporting veterans to help P&G achieve our veteran employment diversity goals — while ensuring we provide superior service to our customers.

Meet Crystal - Who Makes a Difference Every Day for the Children in Rural Tennessee

Katie Couric Media’s “Leading with Love” Series—Part 3
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Crystal Chambers believes she has the best job in the world—a job that allows her to “be like Santa Claus.”

Crystal was born in Cocke County, Tennessee— a place she is committed to making better. The area is challenged, experiencing one of the state’s highest poverty levels and lowest educational attainment levels.

In her role as a Community Engagement Coordinator for Save the Children in Cocke County, Tennessee, she helps bring to life their mission to provide children with health, education, and safety.

How Responsible Forestry has Evolved Since the 1930s

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Technology has certainly advanced the forestry industry over the last century, but the care landowners have for their land and earth’s natural resources remain to this day. Donna Janssen is no different. She, along with her sister, manage their forest in Southwestern Arkansas, which has been in their family since the 1930s – and largely run by the women in the family.

Meet Crystal - Who Makes a Difference Every Day for the Children in Rural Tennessee

Katie Couric Media’s “Leading with Love” Series—Part 3
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Crystal Chambers believes she has the best job in the world—a job that allows her to “be like Santa Claus.”

Crystal was born in Cocke County, Tennessee— a place she is committed to making better. The area is challenged, experiencing one of the state’s highest poverty levels and lowest educational attainment levels.

In her role as a Community Engagement Coordinator for Save the Children in Cocke County, Tennessee, she helps bring to life their mission to provide children with health, education, and safety.

"A Beacon in the Middle of the Shenandoah Valley" For LGBTQ+ People

Katie Couric Media’s “Leading with Love” Series – Part 2
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When Emily Sproul plunged into the role of executive director of the Shenandoah Valley LGBTQ Center, she found that it was the dream job she never knew she wanted. At the time she took over leading the center, two of her four children had come out, and she knew there was a need for the type of resources this center provided to the LGBTQ+ community in the Staunton, Virginia area.

These 13-Year-Old Sisters Are Helping to End Period Poverty

Katie Couric Media’s “Leading with Love” Series – Part 1
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When Brooke and Breanna Bennett learned that some girls miss school because they lack access to the period products they need, they decided to do something about it.

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