Debra Searle is an entrepreneur, professional adventurer and motivational speaker who is convinced that learning to choose the right attitude can transform our work lives and our personal lives. She rowed alone across the Atlantic.
Muniba Mazari is a Pakistani artist, model, activist, motivational speaker, singer, and television host. She uses a wheelchair due to injuries sustained in a car accident which makes her Pakistan’s first wheelchair-using model. She is also the National Ambassador for UN Women Pakistan.
Terri Trespicio is a branding strategist, media coach, and former senior editor and radio host at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. She’s also a stand-up comic, and has performed all over New York City.
Ana Maria Archila and Maria Gallagher are the two “#ElevatorLadies” who confronted pivotal U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake Friday after he announced he would vote to confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Christine Blasey Ford is a professor of psychology and a research psychologist. She bravely put her own concerns for privacy and safety aside to make sure that the lifetime appointment to the US Supreme court is transparent, fair, and just.
Lizzy Howell is a 16 year-old, plus size dancer who catapulted to fame after she shared a video of herself in ballet class. She is on a mission to educate people about what dancers are “supposed” to look like.
Michelle Borel is a radio personality, television host, producer, baker, marketer and author. She is the Co Host of the Morning Show on 1077 Music For Life (Trinidad and Tobago Radio Network).
Sabrina Chaw is the CEO of A Feminine Feast. She helps women discover their unique path and power through the awakening of their feminine core and spirit. Her current focus is for women over 50.
Danica Christin is a world traveller and a humanitarian aid worker in Congo. She makes videos every week on how to travel on the cheap and live life as an expat.
Whang-od Oggay, also known as Maria Oggay, is a Filipina tattoo artist from Buscalan, Tinglayan, Kalinga, Philippines. She is often described as the “last” and oldest mambabatok and is part of the Butbut people of the larger Kalinga ethnic group.