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Hurry Up and Wait

NLC Boston 2012 alum, Jared Milrad, has accomplished some pretty amazing things. From his beginnings as an Obama for America organizer, his blossoming career as an actor, and soon to come out book How to Get Gay Married, this NLC alum is going places and making change. Jared’s newest venture, the web series Hurry Up and Wait, is sure to be a huge hit, especially with our #NLCFamily!



Jared is the creator, writer, executive producer, and lead actor in Hurry Up and Wait, a new Millennial web series. Based on true stories, Hurry Up and Wait explores the the lives of several Millennial social entrepreneurs as they try to make it - and make a difference - in Los Angeles. Hear more about the show from Jared himself! 


Help Crowdsource for Hurry Up and Wait

Starting April 19th (today!), crowdfunding will begin for Season 1 of this innovative project. So, hop on over to the Hurry Up and Wait Indregogo page to see more and chip in for some great perks!


Check out the show’s pilot!


For more information, visit to learn more about the series and to give help crowdsource for the Indiegogo campaign and get some awesome perks! 

12932934_1771240736437498_7861435328118334442_n.jpgJared Milrad is an actor, lawyer, and social entrepreneur based in Los Angeles. An alum of Northeastern University School of Law, Tufts University, and N.C. State, Jared worked in The White House for President Barack Obama and founded a nationally recognized non-profit organization endorsed by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Peter Buffett, and Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow.

A graduate of The Second City, Jared has appeared in lead roles in TV and film and was featured in Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign launch commercial, which was viewed more than 10 million times worldwide. Jared and his husband Nate Johnson have been appeared in numerous media outlets, including The New York Times, TIME, MSNBC, BBC News, and The Guardian.






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