From Tragedy to Activism – The Students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School – 10.17.2018

At this year’s Annual Conference, Page welcomed four students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the March For Our Lives movement: Sari Kaufman, Casey Sherman, Delaney Tarr and Sofie Whitney. Each described her journey from tragedy to activism, urging our membership to take part in the cause and establish voting incentives for both their employees and external stakeholders alike.

This edition of The New CCO podcast features the discussion with those students.

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