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Ladies Get Paid co-founder Claire Wasserman started a grassroots movement to educate women about the pay gap and advocate for equal pay.
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Jessica Walsh has gotten so good at breaking (and making) the rules, in fact, that she lectures on the value of play as a creative tool.
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