Journeys To Success: The Millennial Edition, Featuring Babson College Student, Author, Social Entrepreneur
Babson College undergraduate student Danielle Rubenfeld ‘18 is the Founder and President of Bread Run Corp., a 501(c)(3) non-profit devoted to feeding the hungry and homeless in local communities.
She is also the youngest co-author of the new book Journeys To Success: Millennial Edition.
In the book, 21 millennial authors recount their personal experiences about the failures, wisdom gained, and lessons learned that gave them the strength to dramatically shift their mindset. Based on the success principles of Napoleon Hill, each author begins their story from the worst moment in their lives—the turning point—revealing the driving force behind what they do today to make this world a better place.
Journeys to Success has already become a No. 1 Amazon ‘International Best Seller’ in the following categories:
- New Releases in Counseling Education (Paperback)
- Hot New Releases Self-Help (Kindle)
Danielle’s passion is helping the hungry and inspiring young people to give to one another thus building the future of giving, one community at a time. Her non-profit hosts competitive events on college campuses to raise funds and awareness. Bread Run has corporate partnerships with a variety of organizations such as NOIZY Brands, Sam’s Club, and CTR Business Advisors, and has been supported by the Clinton Global Initiative University since 2014.
She is a recipient of the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL) Scholarship based on merit and leadership, and is studying Business with a concentration in Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Design. She has gained internship experience working for National Grid, Citigroup, the New York Islanders, and more.
Danielle is currently studying abroad in Seville, Spain. There, she is living with a host family, taking classes, and learning about the Spanish culture and values firsthand. Next semester, she will be studying at Babson San Francisco, where she will work on growing her non-profit.