Kathryn Parker, Fordham University
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The Pomona College student spends his free time campaigning for a carbon tax, the single most promising step in the process of combatting climate change.
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Allred started her company, Tossd, to donate money to a special needs orphanage in Cuenca, Ecuador.
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