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We brought the 2016 Fellows together for a week of connection, reflection, and learning.
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To retain and develop talent, Echoing Green believes companies should infuse purpose authentically at every link in the chain.
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Every one of these Finalists for the Echoing Green Fellowships is driving crucial change on the greatest social challenges of our time. Now imagine what they could do together.
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