When NPR President and CEO Jarl Mohn was 15 he decided to begin pursuing his dream of working in radio. That involved leaving his home in Doylestown, PA to earn his FCC license, learning to live on his own, working as a deejay and, in a most unusual move, changing his name – all with the full support of his parents.
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