Meg Goldthwaite, CMO of NPR, has had the most intriguing career path. From earning her degrees in French and Government, to the conference circuit in the Middle East to being a temp that turned into a 15 year stop in telecom to leading the charge to get all of the U.S. to turn their lights off for an hour (including Las Vegas!) to creating a sustainable economy in Haiti to helping women thrive in the Congo to now Washington DC leading marketing for NPR. Her role, as CMO (aka Chief Storyteller), is to tell the stories of the storytellers of the world from border camps to Wall Street to remote glaciers. Could that be any more exciting?