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Jennifer Dulski is the president of Change.org, the world’s largest platform for social change, with more than 150 million users. Change.org empowers people everywhere to create the change they want to see and enables companies and elected officials to engage in dialogue with their constituents.
An accomplished leader and entrepreneur, with more than 15 years of experience in both successful startups and big-brand internet companies, Jennifer was an early Yahoo! employee, rising in the ranks over her 9-year tenure to ultimately lead one of the company’s 6 business units as group VP and general manager of local and commerce.
In 2007, Jennifer left Yahoo! to become co-founder and CEO of The Dealmap, a mobile, location-based deals site that Google acquired in 2011, making Jennifer the first woman to sell a company to Google. She stayed at Google for nearly 2 years as a senior executive before coming to Change.org.
Jennifer has a deep passion for making the world a better place. Early in her career, she was the founder and executive director of Summerbridge Pittsburgh (part of the Breakthrough Collaborative), a nonprofit organization that helps underserved middle school students get on a path to college.
A prominent thought leader in Silicon Valley, Jennifer has been featured in outlets including CNN, New York Times, Forbes, Businessweek, and Fortune and writes frequently about management and leadership for LinkedIn Influencers. She is a member of the Young Leaders Forum of the National Committee on United States-China Relations, the President’s Council of Cornell Women, and she currently serves on the boards of TEGNA (NYSE: TGNA), Little Passports, and She++
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