Meet Kari Watkins. The 28 year old was heading out the door to an MBA class when the unthinkable happened miles from her house. A bombing had been reported in downtown OKC. The day was April 19, 1995. And from that point on, Kari would find herself on a 25 year journey to building one of the world's most beautiful memorial and embracing creativity and authenticity to teach the next generation about the effects of terrorism. She talks marathon fundraising, a Conscience Committee (jaw-droppingly brilliant idea) and gives us a little insight to her buddy, President Bill Clinton.
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