Leila Janah

Leila Janah was an American businesswoman. She was the founder and CEO of Samasource and LXMI, two companies which share a common social mission to end global poverty by giving work to people in need. Samasource's 11,000 employees have worked under contracts with companies including Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Walmart, Getty Images, Glassdoor and Vulcan Capital.

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Samasource founder Leila Janah dies at age 37 - Bizwomen

Leila Janah, an entrepreneur who founded machine learning and AI training nonprofit Samasource,...

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Social Entrepreneur Leila Janah Is Dead at 37. She Changed the Lives of 50,000 With a Simple Idea

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Leila Janah Made It Her Mission to Give the Impoverished Dignified Work

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Leila Janah, Social Entrepreneur, Created Tech Jobs in Africa

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Leila Janah, Entrepreneur Who Hired the Poor, Dies at 37

Leila Janah, a social entrepreneur who employed thousands of desperately poor people in Africa and...

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Leila Janah Dies; Companies Hired Thousands of the Poor

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Leila Janah, CEO and entrepreneur who wanted to end global poverty, dies at 37

(CNN)Leila Janah, a social entrepreneur who poured her energy into creating job opportunities for...

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Entrepreneur Leila Janah died from complications of epithelioid sarcoma. Here's what that is

(CNN)Leila Janah, a fierce entrepreneur who worked to help those living below the poverty line, died...

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