Arianna Huffington’s website, the Huffington Post, was the first digital media company to win a Pulitzer Prize.
Engineers Without Borders
Bernard Amadei was the first in his family to go to college.
TIAA and United States Steel
Ranked 81 and 247 in the 2020 Fortune 500
Andrew Carnegie’s steel company produced more metal than all of Great Britain in 1900.
Ami Dar appeared on The NonProfit Times‘ list of the 50 Most Influential People in the Nonprofit Sector five times.
Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research
Fox is widely known for his role as Alex Keaton on TV’s “Family Ties” in the 1980s.
The Sierra Club
An industrial accident led John Muir to dedicate his life to the natural beauty of the environment.
The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc.
Diane Portnoy’s concern for immigrants and refugees grew out of her own immigrant experience as the daughter of Polish Holocaust survivors.
Environmental Defense Fund
Puleston was a daredevil and nature-lover who helped design the famous “Duck” boat.
Women for Women International
An arranged marriage to a stranger brought Zainab Salbi to the U.S. just weeks before Iraq invaded Kuwait.
Scripps’ wise investments allowed her to support important social and scientific developments in California.
Silverstein was an actress-turned-humanitarian whose Hollywood networks helped to fund her foundation.
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