Cambiar Festival shines light on rare cancer research - The Berkeley Beacon - Grace Griffin
“I really want to foster a community of philanthropic endeavors,” Largay said. “I want people our age to make philanthropy cool and make it part of our everyday lives. I think there’s a lot of festivals where people just go, have a good time, and leave, and that’s it … I think it’s really important that people are learning, especially at a young age, that giving is important and creating a better world is important.”
"EMerson Entrepreneurs to watch" - Emerson COllege
Kaylee Largay, Founder and CEO of Cambiar Festival, was named an "Emerson Entrepreneur to Watch" by Emerson College.
"STUDENTS SHOWCASE THEIR ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT AT THE E3 EXPO" - Emerson college
"The Clemens Social Enterprise Scholarship Award, a $1,000 scholarship given to a student who has created a social enterprise and demonstrated a commitment to “doing well by doing good,” went to Kaylee Largay ’17, who envisions an art festival that raises money for nonprofits. The award is sponsored by entrepreneur Tripp Clemens ’14, co-founder of Emerson Launch."