Journalist, Pulitzer Prize Winner for Distinguished Commentary
Ellen Goodman has spent most of her life chronicling social she was one of the first women to open up the oped pages to womens voices and became, according to Media Watch, the most widely syndicated progressive columnist in the country.
Author, TV Host, Consumer Advocate
Say the name "Erin Brockovich" and you think, strong, tough, stubborn and sexy. You also might think of the Oscar-winning film by the same name. A rebel, a fighter, someone who is an advocate for truth--that's Erin.
Co-Founder, Chief FUN Officer, Fun Is Good - Employee Engagement Consultants
Recognized as a highly versatile, innovative, performance-driven senior leader, Fran Zeuli has a successful track record of exceeding sales, customer care and employee satisfaction goals in multiple large corporations. He is skilled at designing and implementing actionable, strategic initiatives across all levels of an organization.
Laugh At Fear - Finding the Courage to Achieve
A professional variety comedian for over twenty years, with numerous television and Las Vegas credits, Frank Miles died in a hang gliding accident and was revived by emergency room doctors. True courage - he came to realize - is not facing death in daredevil pursuits, true courage is facing life.
International Management Consultant, Businesswoman, Author
Hattie Hill has over twenty years experience as a businesswoman, professional speaker and international management consultant. Her expertise in global leadership, customer service and diversity has been shared with major organizations throughout the United States, Europe, South Africa, Australia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Speaker, author, and on-air expert on physiology and chemistry, as it relates to Resiliency, Confidence and Performance.
Jenny Evans moves people from feeling overloaded to ON POINT; from overstretched to ON PURPOSE and from overwhelmed to ON FIRE.
Neuroanatomist, Stroke Survivor &; Author of My Stroke of Insight
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a Harvard-trained and published neuroanatomist who experienced a severe hemorrhage in the left hemisphere of her brain in 1996. On the afternoon of this rare form of stroke (AVM), she could not walk, talk, read, write, or recall any of her life. It took eight years for Dr. Jill to completely recover all of her physical function and thinking ability. She is the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist's Personal Journey (published in 2008 by Viking Penguin).