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How Being Open About Mental Health Transformed My Company

Jen Gotch on how she found a second purpose in Ban.do

Photo: Kerry Crawford

In 2008, Jen Gotch founded ban.do as a chic headband and accessories company — and it quickly became popular. But after receiving such an outpouring of support and positive feedback from being so outspoken about her own mental health struggles, Jen decided to change things up a…

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Founder, Katie Couric Media. Newscaster: Wake-Up Call. Podcaster: Next Question. Doc filmmaker. @SU2C founder.

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