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The Subscription Box That Teaches Kids to Do Good

After being invited to the National Prayer Breakfast as the student president of Bucknell University, she became one of the original eight college graduates who lived together in Washington, D.C., as the youth outlet of “The Family,” a Christian organization then led by Douglas Coe. The group’s rigid and insular practices were described in Jeff Sharlet’s book “The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power.”From there she moved to California, co-founded the microlending charity Kiva.org with her then-husband and got an M.B.A. from Stanford. After a divorce in 2008, Ms. Jackley …

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