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Use this form to share the story of how you've made an impact in the world, large or small.

Our members are doing all kinds of good work — in their companies, their communities, and their schools. Tell us how you've made an impact, and we might share your story with the network to inspire others.

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What issue(s) did you address? (control + click to select more than one)
What problem were you trying to solve? This should be related to your job or employer, or even your own personal impact career path.
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Describe how you tackled the challenge.
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What change did you see as a result of your efforts? Please be specific.
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