Some People Talk About Change, Lisa Shultz of the Peace Project Makes It

November 12, 2014 3:17 AM

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Despite a cultural zeitgeist -- particularly in the political and economic arenas -- that is awash in themes of greed, corruption, partisanship and intolerance, there are a great many, perhaps quieter, movements within our diverse and vibrant culture that are, in fact, driven by people with a deep, abiding desire to do good. We don't necessarily hear about them as much as the others -- the misbehavers -- but they're there, they're essential and a great many of them are extraordinary. Lisa Shultz of The Peace Project and The Whole 9 Gallery is one of those people, someone who's not only out to make a tangible difference in the lives of real people around the world, but an innovator who's putting her time, effort, money and incredible drive right where her mouth -- and her mission -- is.

A former marketing guru with tremendous success in her field, Lisa felt there was a more essential role she could play in, quite simply, making the world a better place. With an artistic bent and a mission in mind, she founded The Whole 9 Gallery, which features the work of international artists of ...

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