How to Build a Company Worthy of the Next Generation
I am in awe of today’s youth for pushing us to move the world in new directions.
In Flint, Mich., Gitanjali Rao, an 11-year old girl troubled by the water crisis, invented a lead-detecting device. In New York City, Desmond Napoles founded the first youth-oriented drag club. In Kansas, six teenagers began running for governor and, as The Washington Post put it, “suddenly this doesn’t seem so preposterous.”
In Parkland, Fla., brave, progressive and articulate teenagers did what so many of us have not been able to do: They forced our country to confront gun violence and its atrocities. This prompted two major…