Beth Medford Waller is the founder and director of WHAT MATTERS, a nonprofit that is combination of all her professional and philanthropic passions. She is a fundraiser, real estate broker, author, video influencer.
Haben Girma is the first Deafblind person to graduate from Harvard Law School. She is a consultant and speaker who advocates for equal opportunities for people with disabilities.
Amy Rao is the Founder & CEO of Integrated Archive Systems. She has a long history of involvement in both local and national democratic politics and she actively advocates for stronger human rights and environmental policy.
Emma Mayerson is the Founding Director of Alliance for Girls (AFG), a membership association of more than 150 organizations and individuals serving more than 300,000 girls in the San Francisco Bay Area. Under Emma’s leadership AFG has become the largest alliance of girls’ organizations and champions in the nation.
Patrisse Cullors is an African-American artist, activist, and advocate for criminal justice reform in Los Angeles and co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Mariam is a visual artist, mouth painter, speaker and advocate for people with spinal cord injury. Mariam’s story is about reinventing herself and living life without limitations.