10:15 am, April 5th | by Laura Donovan
Most four-year-olds concern themselves with only one thing: play time.
Lauren Bush, who went on to create FEED Projects to help provide nourishment and food for hungry children, chose to become a vegetarian at age four. This decision turned out to be the first of many that would benefit others, as the 27-year-old has provided more than 68 million meals for the less fortunate and sold over 500,000 FEED bags since starting the organization in 2006.
6:00 pm, June 7th | by Hillary Reinsberg
As the relative of two Republican presidents — she’s the niece of George W. Bush and the granddaughter of George H.W. Bush — it’s no surprise Lauren Bush has a somewhat laissez faire attitude to business models. We kid.
In an interview with The Grindstone, Lauren Bush spews some questionably bold advice about paving the entrepreneurial path to success:
“Part of the way I operate, for better or worse, is much more gut based than by the books. I have seen that this a quality found in most entrepreneurs I have met. It really takes courage, love, and maybe some ignorance, to step out and do things differently.”