|Residence||San Francisco, Palo Alto|
|Alma mater||Cornell University|
|Occupation||President & COO, Change.org|
Dulski was one of the first 500 employees at Yahoo! and rose in the ranks during her 9-year tenure to eventually serve as group vice president and general manager of local and commerce. After Yahoo! she was co-founder and CEO of The Dealmap, which was acquired in 2011 by Google, where she spent almost two years as a senior executive.
Dulski’s first job after college was founding and running Summerbridge Pittsburgh (part of the Breakthrough Collaborative), a non-profit organization that helps underserved middle school students get on a path to college and prepares high school and college students for careers in education. She currently serves on the boards of Move, Inc., Little Passports, and the Silicon Valley site of The Breakthrough Collaborative.
Dulski joined Change.org after taking action on a petition started by Travyon Martin's parents, and was later recruited to join the team as its new COO and president.
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