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Lifetime's Remarkable Women campaign honors extraordinary women who inspire and empower others to make a difference in their communities and the world.
Embracing the roles of both a single working mother and a college student, Malorie Warren of Bloomington, Illinois, has overcome incredible odds and is dedicated to helping high-risk children find the resources they need to create a better life.
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Four years later, Malorie works at State Farm Insurance Company, attends business school part-time, and is planning to use her experiences to help other young women reach their full potential as a representative of Project Oz. Hers is a true success story. Malorie now sits on the advisory board for the same transitional living program that helped her years ago.
Today, Malorie is dedicated to helping youth across America by providing a voice for those who struggle. She recently spoke at the National Pathways to Adulthood Conference, which influences policy for other homeless youth programs, including those run by the Federal Youth Service Bureau. She has also been invited to sit on The University of Oklahoma's National Youth Advisory Council.