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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Lily Kamp
"I cannot stand to turn the boys away. Because truly once they make that step and decide they're going to put themselves outside their comfort zone and go for it, I just can't stand to say no to them," she says.
"In the real world, I'm very paranoid about what people think about me, I'm very scared of being judged by everyone else," she says. "Here, though, it's so competitive in terms of performance, that feeling kind of goes away and I feel that I'm most myself here."