Grandmaster Kim (Dr. Tae Yun Kim) is the first female grandmaster in the history of Korean martial arts and among her many accomplishments has founded a multimillion-dollar high-tech company. Her new book, Seven Steps to Inner Power: How to Break Through to Awesome, is now in bookstores.
Greta Thunberg is a 17 year old Swedish climate and environmental activist. She has received worldwide recognition for her efforts to fight climate change. She was named Time magazine’s Person of the Year 2019, the youngest individual to earn the honor.
JB Owen is the visionary founder and CEO of the global movement, Ignite Your Life. She is a publisher, world-class speaker, best-selling author and powerful, highly successful, business owner.
Caterina Rando is a sought-after-speaker, event producer and author. Her latest book is the ABCs of Public Speaking. Her book, Learn to Think Differently, from Watkins Publishing is published in over thirteen countries and several languages.
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.
Sheri Salata is the cofounder of The Pillar Life and cohost of the podcast The Sheri + Nancy Show. She was the executive producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show, co-president of Harpo Studios and the OWN network.
Leana Wen is a physician, public health advocate, and author. She is the president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and author of the book When Doctors Don’t Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests.
Kimberley Motley is an American International Attorney of African American and Korean descent. She is a former Mrs. Wisconsin-America 2004, who is known for being the first foreign attorney to litigate in Afghanistan since 2008.
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.
Aurora Skarra-Gallagher was a software engineer for 15 years. She is now a California firefighter and a pro beach volleyball player.