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Being Yourself and Empowering Others Most teens believe that leadership comes from adults—teachers, parents and people in positions of authority. What we believe is that anyone can become a leader with the power to influence those around them. This is especially true of teens, who tend to possess abundant energy and open minds. To learn more about being one’s best self and empowering others, we spoke with Jennifer Freed, PhD, Co-Founder and Executive Director of a highly successful teen program called Aha!, which serves more than 5,000 families annually in the state of California to create positive attitudes, build social harmony, and bridge the achievement gap for youth. Link to article on

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