How they discovered their dream careers
- November 28, 2011
- Julie Schlosser, political science '97, is featured in O Magazine
From O Magazine:
After a decade of bonding over deadlines, Lee Clifford and Julie Schlosser linked up to create a charming new form of philanthropy. As editors at Fortune magazine, they covered everything from the rise and fall of corporate titans to whether office parties are a faux pas during an economic slump. While brainstorming topics for the column they coedited by "shouting across the hall," Clifford says, they became friends. Less publicly, the colleagues talked about taking a cue from the inspiring entrepreneurs they profiled. Since both women were involved in nonprofit work in their downtime, they imagined a business with a philanthropic angle. Schlosser - who'd always admired her mother's (Ellen Schlosser) charm bracelet - envisioned a jewelry line in which different charms would benefit different charities.
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