Ben Jealous is a civil rights leader, community organizer, investor in startups for good, educator, and former investigative journalist. Ben was named the youngest ever National President and CEO of the NAACP at age 35; served as the past president of the Rosenberg Foundation; and was the founding director of Amnesty International’s U.S. Domestic Human Rights Program. As a community organizer, Ben helped lead successful campaigns to abolish the death penalty for children, stop Mississippi’s governor from turning a public historically black university into a prison, and pass federal legislation against prison rape. He is a graduate of Columbia and Oxford University.