Alexis Jones is a television personality, author, female empowerment motivational speaker, and entrepreneur. She is best known for creating the I Am That Girl organization and for her participation on CBS’s Survivor.
Dr Clio Cresswell is a Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at The University of Sydney, researching the evolution of mathematical thought and the role of mathematics in society.
Meghan Trainor has won three ASCAP Pop Music Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, a People’s Choice Award, and received one Grammy Award. She was named the “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” by the Music Business Association in 2014.
Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla is a Lithuanian conductor. She’s a world famous female conductor and now one of the most powerful women in British classical music. She’s the only woman to hold the position at a major UK orchestra.
Tiffany Shlain is a filmmaker, author, and public speaker. She is an internet pioneer and founder of the Webby Awards and the co-founder of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.
Rio Anderson is a 17 year old ballerina. This year she won a silver medal for her performance in the Youth America Grand Prix, the largest student ballet competition in the world, and was also accepted at the Royal Ballet School in London.
Nicole Johnson is a bestselling author, performer, and motivational speaker and one of the most sought-after creative communicators in America today. Her unique ability to blend humor with compassion captures the inner-most feelings of women facing life’s daily struggles.
Sara Landas (Camera Operator & Editor) and Holli Rae (Interviewer & Art Director) are the filmmakers, bus drivers, & producers of The Goddess Project, a documentary sharing the stories of inspiring women from different walks of life who are overcoming their fears and pursuing the life of their dreams.
Elizabeth Lesser is the co-founder and senior adviser of Omega Institute, the largest adult education center in the United States focusing on health, wellness, spirituality and creativity.
Megan McFeelys’ film, “As She Is” is about a personal and collective journey toward wholeness…to reclaim, value, and live the feminine aspect of ourselves.