They’re young and well-educated. Their sights are set not on highly-paid jobs, but on working for social change. Adam Lowy, for instance, combats hunger in one of the richest countries in the world; Aria Finger started a volunteer organization that helps support those in need.
The Global Shapers in the United States are young people who were among the first activists in the now worldwide Global Shapers Network, which is supported by the World Economic Forum. They all have one aim: working towards a "better America.”
Report by Manuela Kasper-Claridge
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