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Saturday, March 8 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Breaking the Mold: How to Thrive When Allies Turn

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It's great to be a thought leader when your perceived allies are on your side. But how do you stay true to your ideals when allies decide you are a traitor to "the cause" and throw you to the wolves?
Whether you are a feminist who disagrees with Sheryl Sandberg's "Lean In" movement, a progressive leader who agrees with Bill O'Reilly, or a political influencer who decides it's better to approach opponents with love rather than vitriol, innovators and voices of influence can't afford to go along just to get along.
Well known tech mavericks, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates dissented against their peers in a different media age. Mark Zuckerberg did it before Facebook was Facebook. Most recently, Change.org pissed off the entire progressive movement to be more open and grew from 6 million users to 40 million in a year.
From dissenting against allies to sleeping with the enemy, change agents must learn how to go against the grain to maximize results or risk failure.

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Jehmu Greene

TV Commentator & Media TrainerFox NewsFox News Political Analyst Jehmu Greene is an evangelist for disenfranchised and vulnerable communities. Her commentary has been featured on The Daily Show, all major news networks, and in The New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Rolling... Read More →
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Sally Kohn

Writer & TV CommentatorMovement VisionSally Kohn is a writer, activist and television commentator. A progressive Fox News Contributor, Sally is a regular contributor to outlets including The Daily Beast, Salon, the Washington Post, New York Magazine, More Magazine, Reuters, USA Today... Read More →


Saturday March 8, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Austin Convention Center, Room 10AB 500 E Cesar Chavez St

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