Awkwafina, born Nora Lum, is a native New York rapper, actress, and television personality. She’s most recently been featured in films Ocean’s 8 and Crazy Rich Asians.
Debra Giusti has spent the last thirty-four years, locally and internationally, on the leading edge of the ever-emerging progressive culture, creating and supporting “new paradigm” evolution. Founder “Harmony Connection eNewsletter” and “Debra Recommends”.
Maria Konnikova is a PhD Psychologist, New York Times best-selling author, journalist, and professional poker player for PokerStars Team Pro.
Chloe Chick is the Innovation Director for the UN-hosted Global Humanitarian Lab and Founder of SisuGirls, a social enterprise focused on developing bravery, confidence and resilience in girls.
Mira Rai is a Nepalese trail runner and sky runner. She has participated in many international competitions and has won numerous awards. She was the winner of 2017 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year.
Zainab Salbi is a Media Host, Author, Humanitarian, and founder and former CEO of Washington-based Women for Women International. She is dedicated to serving the cause of women and marginalized voices.
Tara Rodríguez Besosa is the founder of El Departamento de la Comida, a project based in San Juan that works to support local, sustainable agriculture. She is an artist excelling in interdisciplinary projects.
Iris Apfel is a legendary decorating doyenne, textiles designer, feminist and style icon. At 97 years old, Iris has a new book out titled “Accidental Icon — Musings of a Geriatric Starlet.”
Julia Robson, former policewoman, is a licensed Private Investigator in Melbourne and Director of Online Investigations. She is known for her work as the Investigator on Network TEN’s series Long Lost Family.
Judy Chicago is a feminist artist, art educator, and writer known for her large art installation pieces about birth and creation images, which examine the role of women in history and culture. Her goal has been to create a place for female-centered imagery and to overcome the erasure of women’s achievements in art and society.