2:45 pm, June 19th | by Laura Donovan
In the area of politics, there are many shades of gray (and no, I’m not talking about that viral book). Some are hardcore Republicans and Democrats while others are more middle-of-the-road. Then there are those who can (*gasps*) understand both sides! What a concept. Here are a few famous figures who knocked our socks off when they came out in favor of certain left-leaning views.
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.
4:41 pm, September 4th | by Hillary Reinsberg
The Romeo and Juliet of our time? Today, two American dynasties — of fashion and politics — come together for the wedding of the summer. Lauren Bush, niece of George W. and granddaughter of George H.W., marries David Lauren, son of Ralph Lauren. And yes — she’ll henceforth be known as Lauren Lauren. The wedding’s being kept pretty secret, but here’s what we do know…
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.”