ELISE EPLAN: Twenty-five years ago, we hired a young woman for $4,000 a year to run our tiny volunteer organization.
BARBARA SAUNDERS: Boy, did we hit the jackpot.
EPLAN: She built it from the ground up.
SAUNDERS: Eventually we merged with President Bush's Points of Light Foundation.
RICHARD GOLDSMITH: And Michelle Nunn became CEO of the world's largest volunteer organization.
EPLAN: Self-empowerment and collaboration—not politics—is what Michelle Nunn is about.
NUNN: I'm Michelle Nunn. I'm running for Senate. I approve this message because Washington could learn a lot from Georgia.