Forty years ago, when Lori Poland was only three, she was kidnapped from her front yard, molested, and left for dead at the bottom of a remote mountain outhouse. By chance, after three days, a bird watcher answering the call of nature heard the little girl whimpering 12 feet below. “What are you doing there?” he called down. “I live here,” the confused child answered. Today, married with children of her own, Lori is CEO of the National Foundation to ENDChild Abuse and Neglect, known as EndCAN. As roving reporter Rotbart notes, Lori is also a striking example of how it’s possible to build a purpose-driven career and give meaning to life’s misfortunes. Listen in as Lori shares her unique approach for turning adversity — whatever the source — into strength.