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changemaker

[ cheynj-mey-ker ]

noun

  1. a person or thing that changes bills or coins for ones of smaller denominations.
  2. a device for supplying coins of specific denominations when a key is moved.


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A side-hustle for Tingle until graduating in the top 5% of his class from Harvard Business School in 2019, Tingle’s aspirations were never about making money, but rather about being a changemaker for good on Wall Street.

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Community, changemakers, collaboration and inclusivity surfaced as thematic highlights across this year’s winners.

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Community, changemakers, collaboration and inclusivity emerged as thematic highlights in this year’s Digiday Media Awards shortlist.

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Adults can provide examples of young changemakers, such as Malala Yousafzai, Greta Thunberg, or the teens who started the March for Our Lives movement.

Each of us, not only the business and political leaders, have a role to play as changemakers.

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