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Teri Noble (left) and Devi McCully (right), founders of #KindIsTheNewCool, a program designed to combat bullying.

As the saying goes, it’s not what happens to you, but how you respond to what happens to you that really matters. Tragedy can propel massive change in people, and often forces them to reevaluate their purpose in life. For Teri Noble, a second lease at life inspired her to re-define her purpose by fighting bullying in schools and around her local community.

Tahira Hayes

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