25 Inspiring Nonprofit Leaders Who Will Impact The World In 2023


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If you're looking for someone to throw your hat into the ring for the next round of presidential elections, there's a good chance you'll want to check out this list.

The list, compiled by Cause Artist, is filled with some of the most notable nonprofit leaders in the US, with a focus on causes that "will undoubtedly impact the world" in the next five years.

The top 10: George McGraw, founder and CEO of DigDeep George McGraw is a leading expert on water and sanitation in the US and around the world.

He currently serves as the founder and CEO of DigDeep, the only WaSH (water, sanitation and hygiene) organization solely focused on the USA.

Tjada D'Oyen McKenna, CEO of Mercy Corps Tjada D'Oyen McKenna served as COO with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and in roles within US government agencies during President Obama's time in office.

She committed her career toward ending world hunger by spearheading initiatives such as Feed the Future and assisting USAID's Bureau for Food Security at their Washington, DC headquarters.

Sergio Panday, CEO of Roots Inspire Sergio Panday defied the odds and attained a career in global banking.

He is passionate about helping to unlock potential from all cultures.

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