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Birth Name: Benjamin Michael Rattray

Birth Date: 1980/06/16

Birth Place: Santa Barbara, California, California, United States

Residence: San Francisco, California, United States

Alma Mater: Stanford University, London School of Economics

Occupation: CEO

Awards: 2012 Time 100 list member

Website: http://www.change.org/change.org

Benjamin Michael "Ben" Rattray (born June 16, 1980) is the founder and CEO of the online petition website Change.org, which he founded in 2007. Rattray was included in the 2012 Time 100 list of the world's most influential people and listed in BusinessWeek as one of America's Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs of 2011.
Rattray was born in 1980 in Santa Barbara, California, the son of Judy (nee Mccaffrey), a county sales manager at First American Title, and Michael Rattray, CEO of the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Barbara County. He has one older sibling, Zack, and three younger siblings, Lindsay, Nick, and Tyler.
At Dos Pueblos High School, Rattray was "sporty and handsome" and "a homecoming king". He wanted to grow up to be an investment banker, then retire at age 35 and go into politics.
Rattray attended Stanford University during the technology boom of the early 2000s, studying political science and economics. He changed career paths to focus on "the pursuit of effective collective action" after comments one of his brothers had made when revealing his homosexuality. He later attended the London School of Economics.
Rattray lives in San Francisco.
Rattray launched Change.org from his house in 2007. The site has gone through multiple iterations, starting as a social network for social activism, changing into a blogging platform, then transitioning to a petition platform in 2011.
The goal of Change.org, according to Rattray, is to "change the balance of power between individuals and large organizations."
"The power unlocked when people have the capacity to more rapidly and effectively organize with others is unprecedented in human history", Rattray wrote in an e-mail to Change.org staff members. "But what's needed for this to be truly transformational is a solution that turns people-power from a force that is episodically realized to one that is deeply embedded in our political and social lives -- something that makes people-power pervasive and

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How Change.org taps into the crowd

FORTUNE -- Change.org isn’t a nonprofit, but the company’s CEO Ben Rattray isn’t interested in maximizing returns, either. For Rattray and his six-year-old company, which hosts online petitions geared toward social and political change, the end goal ...
Posted: May 15, 2013, 9:50 am

Change.org emerges as influential advocate on issues from bullying to bank fees

Ben Rattray knows that revolution does not always happen spontaneously. The 31-year-old entrepreneur rattles off a list of populist actions over the past year: the consumer revolts against Bank of America’s and Verizon’s unpopular fees, a drive to ...
Posted: January 22, 2012, 4:00 pm

Ben Yole moves to 118 wins for season

Todd Rattray took the lead on the state drivers’ premiership ... He is now two wins clear of brother Gareth whose only winner on the 11-race card was Another Swinger. Ben Yole looked a good chance to break the record when he had seven of the nine runners ...
Posted: August 12, 2017, 4:09 pm

My New Investment in Change.org, The Global Hub For Positive Social Impact

They act on it, by starting and signing petitions that have real impact. That's why, since Ben Rattray founded Change.org in 2007, the platform has attracted nearly 200 million users in 196 countries. In its decade of existence, Change.org petitions have ...
Posted: May 26, 2017, 8:39 pm

Change.org Founder Ben Rattray Explains 'False Divide' Between Activists And 'Clicktivists'

Ben Rattray, the founder of Change.org, spoke with HuffPost Live at Davos about the "false divide" between what he called "clicktivists" -- people who engage in activist causes "on their couch" -- and people who are out in the streets fighting for change.
Posted: January 20, 2015, 9:32 pm
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