Behind The Nonprofit That Coaches At-Risk Students And Heals Trauma — One Text At A Time

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Ashley Edwards knew as a teenager that she wanted to make an impact on the world. The 27-year-old started doing social justice work at the age of 14 and was fully steeped in it by the time she reached college. And after Edwards met Alina Liao at Stanford Business School, her passion for helping teens achieve social justice for themselves turned into a business.  Edwards and Liao have created an app called MindRight that is helping students all over the country get the help and support they need in an instant using technology.

Read more of my story over at Forbes. 

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Abigail Bassett is a full-time freelance journalist, content creator, and television, video, and podcast host whose work has appeared in publications like TechCrunch, Fast Company, Inc. Magazine, Forbes, Fortune, Motor Trend, Shondaland, Money Magazine, and on CNN. Her passion is telling unique stories that change the way we see, interact with, and relate to the world. She is also a Yoga Alliance Registered 500-hour yoga teacher.

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