After setting up the PR agency Global Tolerance in 2003, aged 24, Simon Cohen grew the company to become the world’s leading agency in social change. He represented leaders including HH Dalai Lama, HRH The Prince of Wales, and Gandhi’s grandson. Simon then famously gave away the £1m company for the riches of family life. Between role-playing as a dinosaur-fairy-princess with his two daughters, Simon works with a Tibetan Buddhist master, coaches Global Teen Leaders for Nile Rodgers’ We Are Family Foundation, runs leadership and marketing courses for social entrepreneurs around the world, and is a keynote speaker and host for international events focused on social change. He is also a contributor to the Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur magazine and other global media.