On resilience: this mom used the pain of her son’s shooting to make a multi-million dollar non-profit

An interview with Nicole Hockley, one of the founders and managing directors of Sandy Hook Promise, a non-profit organization that thus far has trained more than a million people how to recognize signs of impending gun violence.

Hockley has been called one of “25 Women Changing the World” by People magazine.

She fights against gun violence because her son, Dylan, was murdered at the age of 6 in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings of 2012.

Ally Bogard and Allie Hoffman of Forbes asked Nicole Hockley some questions.

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