Former Bachelor Contestant Launches a Nonprofit for Girls With Disabilities

72andSunny art director was show's first contestant with a disability

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Shortly after completing her run on the hit ABC reality series The Bachelor (and making an appearance on the spin-off series, Bachelor in Paradise), Sarah Herron felt the timing was right to launch a nonprofit. The art director and creative producer at 72andSunny started SheLift, an organization she hopes will change the lives of young girls struggling with self-confidence.

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