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Here are 3 more Philly folks on Oprah’s SuperSoul 100 list

DailyWorth's Amanda Steinberg, ORGANIZE.org's Jenna Arnold and Atom Factory's Troy Carter also made the ranking.

Oprah with DailyWorth CEO Amanda Steinberg. (Courtesy photo)

As it turns out, that SuperSoul 100 list of “awakened leaders” put together by Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network had some more Philly presence. Our bad.
There’s Mt. Airy-based Amanda Steinberg, CEO and founder of DailyWorth, who was recognized for her work in providing women with tools for financial stability.


“I couldn’t be more humbled and honored to have this work stand alongside that of the other SuperSoul 100 honorees, all of whom I deeply admire,” Steinberg said.
DailyWorth, founded in 2009, offers news and advice on finance, career and entrepreneurship for women. Steinberg is also the founder of WorthFM, an upcoming investment platform slated to launch this year.
“Thank you Oprah and the SuperSoul 100 for recognizing me as a believer and creator and my mission to make life better for women everywhere,” Steinberg said.
Other list members with Philly ties include Jenna Arnold, cofounder of ORGANIZE.org, and Troy Carter, CEO of Atom Factory.

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