In this series we invite you to meet and learn from thinkers, doers, and believers who find success by actively living in the grey.

Lauren Bush Lauren is the CEO, Creative Director, and Co-Founder of FEED Projects. Lauren started her work as an Honorary Spokesperson for the World Food Programme (WFP) in 2004, when she helped to launch their Universities Fighting Hunger initiative. Inspired by her travels, in 2005 she conceptualized and designed the initial FEED 1 bag, which feeds one child in school for one year through WFP, as a way for consumers to give back in a tangible and meaningful way. To date, FEED has been able to provide over 60 million school meals to children around the world.

Today, we find out where Lauren does her best work, why having a support network and mentors is critical, and why living in the grey is important to her.

“When what you do is an extension of what you love and you are surrounded by people you care for and respect, life is better. And you’ll do better work and that work will have more of an impact.”

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[Image courtesy of FEED]

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