Missy Crutchfield is a social entrepreneur with a passion for education and the media. She has held leadership positions in government, education, and the media as a television producer, reporter, and anchor, as well as radio producer and anchor. She has enjoyed a long relationship with the arts, and she is widely recognized for her work to improve the quality of life in her community and other communities. She is founder of Remember Your Dream, an arts incubator program that reaches out to youth, addressing social issues through the arts and empowering young people to activate their dreams and achieve success in life. She is also founder and author of “Sisters Speak Out”—a community outreach and three-act play addressing issues surrounding domestic violence, and means of prevention. Missy enjoys public service and believes the arts can be a powerful force for social good.
Currently, Missy is working with Mahatma Gandhi's grandson, Dr. Arun Gandhi, President of Gandhi Worldwide Education Institute, on a vision and plan of action for a Global Center for Peace focused on the work of Mahatma Gandhi. She also serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Gandhi's “Be Magazine” and is the CEO of the Gandhi Global Center for Peace. For info: www.missycrutchfield.com and www.bemagazine.org
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