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Caitlin Crosby

Caitlin Crosby, Entrepreneurs, Business, Top 10 Non-Profit, Leadership entrepreneur, business, startup, brand, advocate Caitlin Crosby, Entrepreneurs, Business, Top 10 Non-Profit, Leadership entrepreneur, business, startup, brand, advocate
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TEDx: Love is the Key
We Are TOMS
Facebook Live with Maria Shriver
The Giving Keys: On a Mission to Pay It Forward
Meet The Courageous Class
Making a Difference, Person to Person - Life is Beautiful Festival

Caitlin Crosby

Founder & CEO, The Giving Keys

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Los Angeles, California
About Caitlin Crosby

Actress, singer, songwriter and entrepreneur Caitlin Crosby knows a thing or two about inspiring others. She began writing songs with Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds in high school and subsequently signed to his label, Arista Records. Growing up in Hollywood and working in the entertainment industry inspired Caitlin to launch the campaign LoveYourFlawz with Oscar Winner Brie Larson to support women dealing with body image issues. Caitlin released her first album "Flawz" in 2009 through ...

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Social Entrepreneurship

Caitlin discusses how she founded The Giving Keys and teaches the audience how to grow a give back brand.

Love Your Flawz

Caitlin Crosby and Brie Larson founded Love Your Flawz to give visitors the chance to celebrate their flaws instead of comparing ...

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Oprah's Supersoul 100 Honoree

Founder and CEO of The Giving Keys While on music tour, Caitlin Crosby started engraving keys with positive words like "Believe,"; "Strength,"; "Fearless,"; "Hope,"; etc., and made jewelry out of them to sell at her merchandise booths. There's a "Pay it Forward"; concept where the buyer must embrace their ...

Maria Shriver's Architects of Change

Caitlin Crosby was touring the U.S. as a musician when an old hotel key inspired her to change the world. Caitlin founded the jewelry lineThe Giving Keys, a "pay it forward company"; thatemploys those transitioning out of homeless and makes necklaces, earrings, bracelets and keychains out of ...

The Giving Keys

It started in a New York motel. The key to my room was old and rusted. And I immediately loved it. So I 'permanently borrowed' it, put it on a chain, and slipped it over my neck. The rush of compliments that key received completely surprised me. After all, it was just a key. Or so I thought. Back home in Los Angeles, I ...