tough to try to cultivate new CEO or leader. And now, that's something that I think. If you were the head of an organization, you should always be be keeping an eye out for is like, okay. Is there someone who could actually make me irrelevant? Yeah. So the our CEO now. Lauren has been remarkable seat UPS like completely better in every way. Right? And we're now going to, we're going to be million dollar. Next year, I double X. Fantastic. I feel like a proud. Do you want proud parent? I do like to toot our own horn, a bit or anyone's horns, like the goods. As a sign of good leadership is that when the founder leaves or leader leaves the or can still not only exist but Thrive and that it set up its credit to the culture of the, the idea or whatever it is. That that was as painful as I was like, for me, it was painful to see suit up doing well. And I was like, completely worthless and many ways, but it's also now at the point, Pride right little time. I'm sure you feel that same way to write V, fa still doing great.
Under Their New CEO, Lauren Riley, Zach's Nonprofit Is Thriving
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