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Brendan Daly is the Chief Communications Officer at the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). He’s had a lengthy career in communications as a spokesman in public service, as a journalist, and in the nonprofit worlds.
Bruno Del Granado is an entertainment industry executive and the Head of the Miami office of Creative Artist Agency (CAA), which is one of the best known talent and sports agencies in America. Bruno has over 25 years of experience in the film production, broadcasting and music industry, working with stars including:  Gloria Estefan, Luis Fonsi, Ricky Martin and Maluma.
Carlnel Wiley is commissioner of The Basketball League. He has over 25 years of coaching experience with teams such as Montana State University and Bishop Manogue Catholic High School.
Carlnel Wiley is commissioner of The Basketball League. He has over 25 years of coaching experience with teams such as Montana State University and Bishop Manogue Catholic High School.
Tom Holland is the CEO of Team Holland LLC, a fitness consulting company that works with brands like Bowflex, Beachbody and Sportwater. He is an exercise physiologist, fitness guru and a certified sports nutritionist with over three decades of experience in the fitness world.
Carlnel Wiley is commissioner of The Basketball League. He has over 25 years of coaching experience with teams such as Montana State University and Bishop Manogue Catholic High School.
Travis Mitchell is senior vice president and chief content officer at Maryland Public Television (MPT). In this position, he oversees all content created, acquired, and aired on the statewide public television network.  Travis brings more than two decades of media experience to his role at MPT. 
Travis Mitchell is senior vice president and chief content officer at Maryland Public Television (MPT). In this position, he oversees all content created, acquired, and aired on the statewide public television network.  Travis brings more than two decades of media experience to his role at MPT. 
Lesli Linka Glatter is a director of film, network, and premium cable television drama, with both pilots and episodes to her credit. Lesli’s TV work includes Homeland, The Newsroom, The Walking Dead, Justified, Ray Donovan, Masters of Sex, True Blood, Mad Men, The Leftovers, The Good Wife, The West Wing, NYPD Blue, ER, Freaks and Geeks and Twin Peaks.
Travis Mitchell is senior vice president and chief content officer at Maryland Public Television (MPT). In this position, he oversees all content created, acquired, and aired on the statewide public television network.  Travis brings more than two decades of media experience to his role at MPT. 
Lesli Linka Glatter is a Director of film, network, and premium cable television drama, with both pilots and episodes to her credit. Lesli’s TV work includes Homeland, The Newsroom, The Walking Dead, Justified, Ray Donovan, Masters of Sex, True Blood, Mad Men, The Leftovers, The Good Wife, The West Wing, NYPD Blue, ER, Freaks and Geeks and Twin Peaks.
Travis Mitchell is senior vice president and chief content officer at Maryland Public Television (MPT). In this position, he oversees all content created, acquired, and aired on the statewide public television network.  Travis brings more than two decades of media experience to his role at MPT. 
Lesli Linka Glatter is a Director of film, network, and premium cable television drama, with both pilots and episodes to her credit. Lesli’s TV work includes Homeland, The Newsroom, The Walking Dead, Justified, Ray Donovan, Masters of Sex, True Blood, Mad Men, The Leftovers, The Good Wife, The West Wing, NYPD Blue, ER, Freaks and Geeks and Twin Peaks. Lesli has also directed numerous pilots including Gilmore Girls, Pretty Little Liars and SIX. Her films include Now and Then, The Proposition, and HBO’s State of Emergency. Most recently, Lesli was the Executive Producer/Director of the award winning series Homeland, and her next project is The Banker’s Wife, an 8-part mini-series for Amazon.
Serilda Summers-McGee is the Founder and Principal of Workplace Change, LLC, a Human Resources consultancy created to guide, advise, and encourage the business world through internal as well as external growth and transition, while incorporating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into HR systems. Serilda has been an HR/DEI innovator for over 15 years, honing her ability to identify challenges and opportunities while teaching the masses how to be better leaders.
Justin Dauer is the vice president of human-centered design and development at bswift,  a software as a service company in the healthcare industry. Justin attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he received a B.F.A in visual communications.
Serilda Summers-McGee is the Founder and Principal of Workplace Change, LLC, a Human Resources consultancy created to guide, advise, and encourage the business world through internal as well as external growth and transition, while incorporating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into HR systems.
Justin Dauer is the vice president of human-centered design and development at bswift,  a software as a service company in the healthcare industry. Justin attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he received a B.F.A in visual communications.
Serilda Summers-McGee is the Founder and Principal of Workplace Change, LLC, a Human Resources consultancy created to guide, advise, and encourage the business world through internal as well as external growth and transition, while incorporating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into HR systems. Serilda has been an HR/DEI innovator for over 15 years, honing her ability to identify challenges and opportunities while teaching the masses how to be better leaders. She has inspired thousands to create, embrace, and mobilize lasting organizational change.
Justin Dauer is the vice president of human-centered design and development at bswift,  a software as a service company in the healthcare industry. Justin attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he received a B.F.A in visual communications.
Serilda Summers-McGee is the Founder and Principal of Workplace Change, LLC, a Human Resources consultancy created to guide, advise, and encourage the business world through internal as well as external growth and transition, while incorporating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into HR systems.
Rachel Sider is a Policy and Advocacy Advisor for the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). She is based in Jordan and is a member of the NRC’s Syria Country Management and Crisis Management team. In recent years, Rachel has become an experienced strategic advocacy and policy professional focusing on human rights, humanitarian assistance and displacement in the Middle East.
Max Isaacoff joined the National Rural Health Association (NRHA) staff in 2019 as the Government Affairs and Policy Manager. He is one of NRHA’s federally registered lobbyists. Max came to NRHA after working on Capitol Hill on various health care issues.
Rachel Sider is a Policy and Advocacy Advisor for the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). She is based in Jordan and is a member of the NRC’s Syria Country Management and Crisis Management team. In recent years, Rachel has become an experienced strategic advocacy and policy professional focusing on human rights, humanitarian assistance and displacement in the Middle East.
Max Isaacoff joined the National Rural Health Association (NRHA) staff in 2019 as the Government Affairs and Policy Manager. He is one of NRHA’s federally registered lobbyists. Max came to NRHA after working on Capitol Hill on various health care issues.
Rachel Sider is a Policy and Advocacy Advisor for the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). She is based in Jordan and is a member of the NRC’s Syria Country Management and Crisis Management team. In recent years, Rachel has become an experienced strategic advocacy and policy professional focusing on human rights, humanitarian assistance and displacement in the Middle East.
Tom Sheridan is the founder and president of The Sheridan Group (TSG), a public interest advocacy firm, whose mission is to help the good do better.  Over the years, The Sheridan Group has become the go-to firm in the nation’s capital for grassroots advocacy, issue campaign management and coalition-building for non-profit organizations, social entrepreneurs and socially conscious corporations. 
Rachel Sider is a Policy and Advocacy Advisor for the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). She is based in Jordan and is a member of the NRC’s Syria Country Management and Crisis Management team.
Joshua Dick transformed a small family business, Urnex Brands, which sells cleaning products for commercial and household coffee equipment, into one of the worldwide leaders in the coffee industry. Josh was the CEO of Urnex for over 13 years before he sold the business and moved to Florence, Italy with his family.
Courtney Spaeth is the founder and CEO of Growth Period, a strategic business development and transaction advisory services firm. She began her career working as one of the very few women in the national security sector, including several government agencies such as the Department of Justice. 
Joshua Dick transformed a small family business, Urnex Brands, which sells cleaning products for commercial and household coffee equipment, into one of the worldwide leaders in the coffee industry. Josh was the CEO of Urnex for over 13 years before he sold the business and moved to Florence, Italy with his family.
Courtney Spaeth is the founder and CEO of Growth Period, a strategic business development and transaction advisory services firm. She began her career working as one of the very few women in the national security sector, including several government agencies such as the Department of Justice. 
Joshua Dick transformed a small family business, Urnex Brands, which sells cleaning products for commercial and household coffee equipment, into one of the worldwide leaders in the coffee industry. Josh was the CEO of Urnex for over 13 years before he sold the business and moved to Florence, Italy with his family.
Courtney Spaeth is the founder and CEO of Growth Period, a strategic business development and transaction advisory services firm. She began her career working as one of the very few women in the national security sector, including several government agencies such as the Department of Justice. 
Fatima Doman is a best-selling author, speaker, positive psychology coach and CEO of Authentic Strengths Advantage.  She has motivated audiences across six continents to leverage their authentic strengths to improve their lives.
Dr. Daniel Amen is a double board-certified psychiatrist, professor and brain health expert as well as a 10-time New York Times bestselling author.  His latest book is entitled The End of Mental Illness. Over 30 years ago, Dr Amen pioneered brain imaging, known as SPECT imaging, as a better way to more accurately diagnose mental illness and understand what’s causing it. 
Fatima Doman is a best-selling author, speaker, positive psychology coach and CEO of Authentic Strengths Advantage.  She has motivated audiences across six continents to leverage their authentic strengths to improve their lives.
Dr. Daniel Amen is a double board-certified psychiatrist, professor and brain health expert as well as a 10-time New York Times bestselling author.  His latest book is entitled The End of Mental Illness.
Fatima Doman is a best-selling author, speaker, positive psychology coach and CEO of Authentic Strengths Advantage.  She has motivated audiences across six continents to leverage their authentic strengths to improve their lives.
Dr. Daniel Amen is a double board-certified psychiatrist, professor and brain health expert as well as a 10-time New York Times bestselling author.  His latest book is entitled The End of Mental Illness. Over 30 years ago, Dr Amen pioneered brain imaging, known as SPECT imaging, as a better way to more accurately diagnose mental illness and understand what’s causing it. 
Dr. Andrew Imbrie is a Senior Fellow at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology. He worked as a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and as a senior advisor to Secretary John Kerry.
Army Colonel Peter Newell (retired) is the founder and CEO of BMNT, a consulting company and early stage technology incubator that works with national security organizations to solve challenging problems. He has also co-founded Hacking for Defense, an academic program taught at more than 20 universities in the US which combines the best from the battlefield and successful Silicon Valley startups.
Dr. Andrew Imbrie is a Senior Fellow at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology. He worked as a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and as a senior advisor to Secretary John Kerry.
Dr. Andrew Imbrie is a Senior Fellow at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology. He worked as a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and as a senior advisor to Secretary John Kerry.
Admiral Michelle Howard (retired) was the first woman to achieve the rank of four-star admiral and the first woman to be appointed to the position of vice chief of naval operations (the second highest rank in the Navy). In addition, she was also the first African-American woman to reach the rank of three-stars and four stars in any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces and command a ship in the Navy. 
Dr. Andrew Imbrie is a Senior Fellow at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology. He worked as a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and as a senior advisor to Secretary John Kerry.
Admiral Michelle Howard (retired) was the first woman to achieve the rank of four-star admiral and the first woman to be appointed to the position of vice chief of naval operations (the second highest rank in the Navy). In addition, she was also the first African-American woman to reach the rank of three-stars and four stars in any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces and command a ship in the Navy. 
Victor Schoenfeld is the head winemaker at the Golan Heights Winery in Israel, the third largest winery in Israel. In the three decades he’s been at the winery, Victor has become a driving force in Israel’s emerging modern wine industry. Under his leadership, the winery has won numerous awards, including top honors as a Wine Spectator Top 100 Wine of the Year in 2008 and again in 2018.
Victor Schoenfeld is the head winemaker at the Golan Heights Winery in Israel, the third largest winery in Israel. In the three decades he’s been at the winery, Victor has become a driving force in Israel’s emerging modern wine industry. Under his leadership, the winery has won numerous awards, including top honors as a Wine Spectator Top 100 Wine of the Year in 2008 and again in 2018.
Sarah Polon is the founder of Soupergirl, a Washington D.C.-based company that sells healthy, vegan soups with locally-sourced ingredients.  It was Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, that inspired Sarah to quit her job and start a food business to educate her community on the importance of connecting with the food they eat and properly nourishing their bodies.
Joshua Dick was the CEO of Urnex Brands, which sells cleaning products for commercial and household coffee equipment, for over 13 years. During that time he transformed a small family business into one of the worldwide leaders in the coffee industry. After Josh graduated from Yale university, he headed to Wall Street where he spent a couple years before heading to business school. 
Victor Schoenfeld is the head winemaker at the Golan Heights Winery in Israel, the third largest winery in Israel. In the three decades he’s been at the winery, Victor has become a driving force in Israel’s emerging modern wine industry. Under his leadership, the winery has won numerous awards, including top honors as a Wine Spectator Top 100 Wine of the Year in 2008 and again in 2018.
Fred Serricchio is a senior engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he’s worked for the past 25 years. And if you’ve ever heard the phrase ‘cmon, it’s not rocket science,’ for Fred Serricchio, it really is!  Fred’s work with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory has led him to work directly with the Mars Exploration Rovers as an Attitude Control System Engineer and in the Mars Science Laboratory. Fred’s work has been focused on cruise operations, entry, descent and landing (EDL), testing and operation, and surface operations.
Fred Serricchio is a senior engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he’s worked for the past 25 years. And if you’ve ever heard the phrase ‘cmon, it’s not rocket science,’ for Fred Serricchio, it really is!  Fred’s work with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory has led him to work directly with the Mars Exploration Rovers as an Attitude Control System Engineer and in the Mars Science Laboratory.
Fred Serricchio is a senior engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he’s worked for the past 25 years. And if you’ve ever heard the phrase ‘cmon, it’s not rocket science,’ for Fred Serricchio, it really is!  Fred’s work with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory has led him to work directly with the Mars Exploration Rovers as an Attitude Control System Engineer and in the Mars Science Laboratory. Fred’s work has been focused on cruise operations, entry, descent and landing (EDL), testing and operation, and surface operations. He got his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and his masters in mechanical engineering from the California Institute of Technology.
Pete Birsinger is the CEO and Founder of Picasso, a program that helps brands with their advertising through the transcription and data collection of nearly one million podcasts. Pete also co-founded Podible, a multi-platform podcast app that learns what you love and suggests new podcasts based on your listening preferences.
Fred Serricchio is a senior engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he’s worked for the past 25 years. And if you’ve ever heard the phrase ‘cmon, it’s not rocket science,’ for Fred Serricchio, it really is!  Fred’s work with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory has led him to work directly with the Mars Exploration Rovers as an Attitude Control System Engineer and in the Mars Science Laboratory. Fred’s work has been focused on cruise operations, entry, descent and landing (EDL), testing and operation, and surface operations.
Pete Birsinger is the CEO and Founder of Picasso, a program that helps brands with their advertising through the transcription and data collection of nearly one million podcasts. Pete also co-founded Podible, a multi-platform podcast app that learns what you love and suggests new podcasts based on your listening preferences.
Joshua Haynes is the founder of Masawa, a mental wellness social impact fund. After living with mental illness for decades Joshua came to realize that his unhealthy relationship with food was linked to his poor mental health. He began to take serious steps to strengthen his own mental health, but noticed that, despite statistics that showed high rates of mental illness in the American public, many investors were not focused on funding technologies that promote mental wellness. Joshua founded Masawa in 2019 in order to invest in innovative mental wellness technologies that will fill in this gap.
Hugh Byrne has practiced meditation for 30 years and completed a four-year meditation teacher training program with Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstein and other senior Insight Meditation teachers in 2000. Hugh also teaches Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and is a certified practitioner in Somatic Experiencing, a mind-body approach to healing trauma. An expert and author in the field of mindfulness and positive habit change, Hugh’s mindfulness and meditation offerings are guided by the vision of helping people shift from autopilot toward behaviors that create greater happiness and freedom of the heart.
Zac Willette is a board certified chaplain and founder and president of Allay Care, a nonprofit organization that guides people through both life and death experiences by helping them become more comfortable talking about and documenting end of life wishes and values. It is his belief that we are never too young or too healthy to get prepared for death, that death is part of life, and that death should be considered with dignity and beauty, similar to that of life.
Joshua Haynes is the founder of Masawa, a mental wellness social impact fund. After living with mental illness for decades Joshua came to realize that his unhealthy relationship with food was linked to his poor mental health. He began to take serious steps to strengthen his own mental health, but noticed that, despite statistics that showed high rates of mental illness in the American public, many investors were not focused on funding technologies that promote mental wellness. Joshua founded Masawa in 2019 in order to invest in innovative mental wellness technologies that will fill in this gap.
Hugh Byrne has practiced meditation for 30 years and completed a four-year meditation teacher training program with Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstein and other senior Insight Meditation teachers in 2000. Hugh also teaches Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and is a certified practitioner in Somatic Experiencing, a mind-body approach to healing trauma.
Joshua Haynes is the founder of Masawa, a mental wellness social impact fund. After living with mental illness for decades Joshua came to realize that his unhealthy relationship with food was linked to his poor mental health. He began to take serious steps to strengthen his own mental health, but noticed that, despite statistics that showed high rates of mental illness in the American public, many investors were not focused on funding technologies that promote mental wellness. Joshua founded Masawa in 2019 in order to invest in innovative mental wellness technologies that will fill in this gap.
Ann Hornaday is a journalist, author and film critic. She is currently the chief film critic for the Washington Post, where she has worked for 20 years. Ann graduated from Smith College in 1982, where she got her degree in government. But life steered her away from politics when she landed her first job as a fact-checker in the research department at Ms. Magazine.
Adam Moser is a vice president and head of ad operations at Hulu, a U.S.-based online video streaming service. Adam is responsible for overseeing the company’s day-to-day advertising platform operations and strategic ad tech investments. His work at Hulu helps to maintain a best in class advertising experience across the platform.
Arbi Derzakharian was the senior director of operations and post-production at IMAX, where he oversaw the supply chain and post production of films for IMAX theatres around the world. Before he quit in June 2019, Arbi spent over four years at IMAX, which uses a system of high-resolution cameras, film formats, film projectors and theatres to give fans the most immersive entertainment experience possible.
Ann Hornaday is a journalist, author and film critic. She is currently the chief film critic for the Washington Post, where she has worked for 20 years. Ann graduated from Smith College in 1982, where she got her degree in government. But life steered her away from politics when she landed her first job as a fact-checker in the research department at Ms. Magazine.
Adam Moser is a vice president and head of ad operations at Hulu, a U.S.-based online video streaming service. Adam is responsible for overseeing the company’s day-to-day advertising platform operations and strategic ad tech investments.
Ann Hornaday is a journalist, author and film critic. She is currently the chief film critic for the Washington Post, where she has worked for 20 years. Ann graduated from Smith College in 1982, where she got her degree in government. But life steered her away from politics when she landed her first job as a fact-checker in the research department at Ms. Magazine. There, the magazine’s founder and famed women’s rights activist Gloria Steinem encouraged Ann to develop her writing skills by freelancing.
Jessica Powell is an author, communications expert and entrepreneur. She currently heads Audioshake, a startup that breaks down songs and isolates individual tracks, giving recording artists more avenues to innovate and record. Prior to that, Jessica served as the Vice President for Global Communications and Public Affairs at Google, where she immersed herself in the world of tech.
Jessica Powell is an author, communications expert and entrepreneur. She currently heads Audioshake, a startup that breaks down songs and isolates individual tracks, giving recording artists more avenues to innovate and record. Prior to that, Jessica served as the Vice President for Global Communications and Public Affairs at Google, where she immersed herself in the world of tech.
Jessica Powell is an author, communications expert and entrepreneur. She currently heads Audioshake, a startup that breaks down songs and isolates individual tracks, giving recording artists more avenues to innovate and record. Prior to that, Jessica served as the Global Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs at Google, where she immersed herself in the world of tech.
Andrew Imbrie is a Senior Fellow at Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology and teaches foreign policy speech writing and rhetoric at Georgetown. He previously worked as a fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and as a senior advisor to Visiting Distinguished Statesman former Secretary of State John Kerry.  Prior to that, Andrew served as a member of the Policy Planning Staff at the State Department, where he was a speechwriter for Secretary of State Kerry and was primary author of over 300 of Secretary Kerry’s speeches.
Jessica Powell is an author, communications expert and entrepreneur. She currently heads Audioshake, a startup that breaks down songs and isolates individual tracks, giving recording artists more avenues to innovate and record. Prior to that, Jessica served as the Vice President for Communications at Google, where she immersed herself in the world of tech. In 2018, she penned The Big Disruption: A Totally Fictional but Essentially True Silicon Valley Story, a satirical critique of the tech industry.
Tom Davidson is the CEO and co-founder of EVERFI a global educational technology company driving social change through education to address the most challenging issues affecting society ranging from financial wellness to prescription drug safety to workplace conduct to name a few. Founded in 2008, EVERFI is fueled by its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) community engagement platform and has reached more than 30 million learners globally.  Tom and his partners have since taken the company from a startup to a large organization with 550 employees. 
Pete Ingram-Cauchi is the CEO of iD Tech, a summer computer camp that specializes in providing computer technology education in person and online to kids and children ages 7 through 18. There are iD Tech Camps at more than 150 U.S. college and university campuses focused on coding, game development, robotics, and creative skills.  Every summer iD Tech hires about 2,000 college students, and young professionals, to mentor and teach students.
Tom Davidson is the CEO and co-founder of EVERFI a global educational technology company driving social change through education to address the most challenging issues affecting society ranging from financial wellness to prescription drug safety to workplace conduct to name a few. Founded in 2008, EVERFI is fueled by its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) community engagement platform and has reached more than 30 million learners globally. 
John Katzman is an American entrepreneur and education evangelist.  He founded The Noodle Companies in 2012 with the mission of increasing transparency and efficiency across the education landscape. For 38 years, John has been a pioneer, innovating new approaches to learning and teaching in higher education.  In 1981, he founded and ran The Princeton Review, which helped thousands of students applying to U.S. colleges and universities each year find, get into, and pay for school. In 2008, John founded 2U (NASDAQ: TWOU), an educational tech company that builds and runs high-quality online degree programs for leading nonprofit colleges and universities.
Tom Davidson is the CEO and co-founder of EVERFI a global educational technology company driving social change through education to address the most challenging issues affecting society ranging from financial wellness to prescription drug safety to workplace conduct to name a few. Founded in 2008, EVERFI is fueled by its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) community engagement platform and has reached more than 30 million learners globally. 
Corey Rosen is a visual effects artist, writer, storytelling coach and actor who has been involved in the production of dozens of movies, including multiple Star Wars films, Mission Impossible, A Christmas Carol and Ted. Corey has also hosted over 100 live storytelling events for The Moth Radio Hour since he won the Bay area’s first Moth StorySlam in 2014. He also performs improv at BATS Bayfront Theater in San Francisco.
Corey Rosen is a visual effects artist, writer, storytelling coach and actor who has been involved in the production of dozens of movies, including multiple Star Wars films, Mission Impossible, A Christmas Carol and Ted. Corey has also hosted over 100 live storytelling events for The Moth Radio Hour since he won the Bay area’s first Moth StorySlam in 2014. He also performs improv at BATS Bayfront Theater in San Francisco.
Corey Rosen is a visual effects artist, writer, storytelling coach and actor who has been involved in the production of dozens of movies, including multiple Star Wars films, Mission Impossible, A Christmas Carol and Ted. Corey has also hosted over 100 live storytelling events for The Moth Radio Hour since he won the Bay area’s first Moth StorySlam in 2014. He also performs improv at BATS Bayfront Theater in San Francisco.
Tom Holland is the CEO of Team Holland LLC, a fitness consulting company that works with brands like Bowflex, Beachbody and Sportwater. He is an exercise physiologist, fitness guru and a certified sports nutritionist with over three decades of experience in the fitness world. Tom has designed and produced multiple fitness videos, written articles for a variety of fitness magazines, and appeared on a variety of television programs. He has also authored 7 books including his latest: The Micro-Workout Plan: Get the Body You Want without the Gym in 15 Minutes or Less a Day which was published in April 2020.
Corey Rosen is a visual effects artist, writer, storytelling coach and actor who has been involved in the production of dozens of movies, including multiple Star Wars films, Mission Impossible, A Christmas Carol and Ted. Corey has also hosted over 100 live storytelling events for The Moth Radio Hour since he won the Bay area’s first Moth StorySlam in 2014. He also performs improv at BATS Bayfront Theater in San Francisco.
Tom Holland is the CEO of Team Holland LLC, a fitness consulting company that works with brands like Bowflex, Beachbody and Sportwater. He is an exercise physiologist, fitness guru and a certified sports nutritionist with over three decades of experience in the fitness world.
Corey Rosen is a visual effects artist, writer, storytelling coach and actor who has been involved in the production of dozens of movies, including multiple Star Wars films, Mission Impossible, A Christmas Carol and Ted. Corey has also hosted over 100 live storytelling events for The Moth Radio Hour since he won the Bay area’s first Moth StorySlam in 2014.
Luisa Zhou is the creator of the Employee to Entrepreneur system, which teaches people how to leave their day job and start their own six-figure plus business working for themselves. She’s helped hundreds of students, including health and business coaches, designers, copywriters, and consultants, and shown them how to launch businesses that generate anywhere from $30K to $100K in a matter of months.
Susan Weiner is the founder and CEO of Orange Dot Baking Company, a healthy, flavorful alternative to existing high-glycemic, gluten free breads. Inspired by a review of poverty in her hometown of Charlottesville, VA called the  Orange Dot Report, Susan conceived of Orange Dot Baking Company to generate local employment for single mothers while producing delicious gluten free muffins and breads.
Luisa Zhou is the creator of the Employee to Entrepreneur system, which teaches people how to leave their day job and start their own six-figure plus business working for themselves. She’s helped hundreds of students, including health and business coaches, designers, copywriters, and consultants, and shown them how to launch businesses that generate anywhere from $30K to $100K in a matter of months.
Mei Xu is a Chinese-American entrepreneur, business leader and the founder and CEO of two global lifestyle brands, Chesapeake Bay Candle and Blissliving Home and MeiXu.com. Mei created Chesapeake Bay Candle in 1994, and grew it into a global designer, marketer and manufacturer of home fragrance products sold through major U.S. retailers on Amazon.com including Target, Kohl’s, and Bed, Bath & Beyond. 
Luisa Zhou is the creator of the Employee to Entrepreneur system, which teaches people how to leave their day job and start their own six-figure plus business working for themselves. She’s helped hundreds of students, including health and business coaches, designers, copywriters, and consultants, and shown them how to launch businesses that generate anywhere from $30K to $100K in a matter of months. Luisa has also appeared in numerous online and print publications including Forbes, Inc, Entrepreneur, Success magazine, and more. A graduate of Princeton University, Luisa majored in electrical engineering and minored in robotics. Before starting her own business, she worked as an International Space Station engineer for Boeing, a mobile payments start-up co-founder, and a digital advertising manager.
Elisabeth Rodgers is an award-winning actress and audiobook narrator, and longtime resident of New York City. She has worked both on stage and behind a mic as a narrator in her prolific career. Her work has been featured on multiple end-of-year lists for audiobook narration. Elisabeth has also picked up many more skills, including stage fighting, period dancing, singing, and mastery of various accents.
Elisabeth Rodgers is an award-winning actress and audiobook narrator, and longtime resident of New York City. She has worked both on stage and behind a mic as a narrator in her prolific career. Her work has been featured on multiple end-of-year lists for audiobook narration. Elisabeth has also picked up many more skills, including stage fighting, period dancing, singing, and mastery of various accents. After graduating from Princeton, where she majored in English and theatre, Elisabeth moved to the Big Apple, where she has lived for most of her professional life. 
Marc Tyler Nobleman is an author and self-described pop-culture archaeologist. He is best known for his book Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman. Released in 2015, the book investigates the life of Bill Finger, an uncredited mastermind of the Batman comic.
Elisabeth Rodgers is an award-winning actress and audiobook narrator, and longtime resident of New York City. She has worked both on stage and behind a mic as a narrator in her prolific career. Her work has been featured on multiple end-of-year lists for audiobook narration. Elisabeth has also picked up many more skills, including stage fighting, period dancing, singing, and mastery of various accents.
Jeff Pollack is the CEO of Global Media & Entertainment for Pollack Media Group, which serves as one of the music industry’s top forecasters of musical trends. His insight and revelations play a large role in determining what consumers see and hear over the airwaves.
Elisabeth Rodgers is an actress and award-winning audiobook narrator, and longtime resident of New York City. She has worked both on stage and behind a mic as a narrator in her prolific career. Her work has been featured on multiple end-of-year lists for audiobook narration. Elisabeth has also picked up many more skills, including stage fighting, period dancing, singing, and mastery of various accents.
Marc Tyler Nobleman is an author and self-described pop-culture archaeologist. He is best known for his book Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman. Released in 2015, the book investigates the life of Bill Finger, an uncredited mastermind of the Batman comic.
To mark this next big milestone in the Time4Coffee podcast world, we’ve produced a special mashup to help prepare young professionals, and inspire all of you, for the ups and downs and zigs and zags that you will likely experience over the course of your working life.  You’re probably thinking that one of the ‘worst’ things that can happen to you is getting fired. And truth be told, you’re right and yet, as bizarre as this sounds, it can also be one of the best things that can happen to you. 
Pete Ingram-Cauchi is the CEO of iD Tech, a summer computer camp that specializes in providing computer technology education to kids and children ages 7 through 18. There are iD Tech Camps at more than 150 U.S. college and university campuses focused on coding, game development, robotics, and creative skills. 
Dr. Aidyl Gonzalez-Serricchio, Science Co-Chair (6th-12th) and STEAM Director (K-12th) at The Buckley School, earned her B.S. in Biology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and her Doctorate in Genetics from California Institute of Technology.
Kailee Frocchi has been an Associate Engineer at Harley-Davidson Motor Company since June 2019. Before that, she held a position in the Engineering IGNITE Co-op at Harley-Davidson for two years. She has also worked as an intern at Kokoro Exhibits and NASA. Kailee graduated from Purdue University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in Multidisciplinary Engineering.
Pete Ingram-Cauchi is the CEO of iD Tech, a summer computer and coding camp that specializes in providing computer technology education to kids and children ages 7 through 18. There are iD Tech Camps at more than 150 U.S. college and university campuses focused on coding, game development, robotics, and creative skills. 
Dr. Jean Wright is Chief Innovation Officer at Atrium Health, the second largest public healthcare system in the United States. As Chief Innovation Officer, Dr Wright focuses on working with teams to raise the bar for patient care and population health through human-centered design, business development and novel medical technologies. Dr. Wright has been recognized as one of the Top 30 Chief Innovation Officers and one of the 25 Most Powerful Women in Health IT in the United States.
Caroline Muggia is an associate product marketing manager at Oscar Health, the first insurance company built to make health care easy.  She previously worked as an editorial assistant at mindbodygreen, a lifestyle media brand dedicated to inspiring you to live your best life - mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally, and environmentally. A 2018 graduate of Middlebury College, Caroline majored in environmental studies with a concentration in psychology.
Tom Warden is the Chief Data and Analytics Officer at Employers, an insurance company for small businesses providing them with worker’s compensation. Prior to joining Employers, Tom worked for Bridgevine Strategy Partners, AIG Life and Retirement and Allstate, among other top insurance companies.
Andrew Dana is the co-owner of Timber Pizza, an award winning pizza restaurant, and Call Your Mother, a Jewish deli in Washington, D.C. A few years back at a local tech company, Andrew and his partner, Chris Brady met and became buddies who shared two primary passions in life: pizza and basketball.  Shortly thereafter they agreed that it was their love of pizza they would pursue and decided to go pro at making sauce and dough.
Sarah Polon is the founder of Soupergirl, a Washington D.C.-based company that sells healthy, vegan soups with locally-sourced ingredients.  It was Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, that inspired Sarah to quit her job and start a food business to educate her community on the importance of connecting with the food they eat and properly nourishing their bodies.
Andrew Dana is the co-owner of Timber Pizza, an award winning pizza restaurant, and Call Your Mother, a Jewish deli in Washington, D.C. A few years back at a local tech company, Andrew and his partner, Chris Brady met and became buddies who shared two primary passions in life: pizza and basketball.  Shortly thereafter they agreed that it was their love of pizza they would pursue and decided to go pro at sauce and dough.
Sarah Polon is the founder of Soupergirl, a Washington D.C.-based company that sells healthy, vegan soups with locally-sourced ingredients.  It was Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, that inspired Sarah to quit her job and start a food business to educate her community on the importance of connecting with the food they eat and properly nourishing their bodies. Today, Soupergirl has two brick-and-mortar shops and delivers soups all over the country.
Mitch Berliner, co-founder and owner of Bethesda Central Farm Market, has been a trailblazer and entrepreneur in the food industry for over 30 years. Shortly after graduating from college, he started the gourmet-to-go concept. A few years later he founded Berliner Foods which introduced people in the Mid-Atlantic region to their favorite treats:  Haagen Dazs, Ben & Jerry’s, Dove Bars, and many other high quality and organic frozen products.
Andrew Dana is the co-owner of Timber Pizza, an award winning pizza restaurant, and Call Your Mother, a Jewish deli in Washington, D.C. A few years back at a local tech company, Andrew and his partner, Chris Brady met and became buddies who shared two primary passions in life: pizza and basketball.  Shortly thereafter they agreed that it was their love of pizza they would pursue and decided to go pro at sauce and dough.
Sarah Polon is the founder of Soupergirl, a Washington D.C.-based company that sells healthy, vegan soups with locally-sourced ingredients.  It was Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, that inspired Sarah to quit her job and start a food business to educate her community on the importance of connecting with the food they eat and properly nourishing their bodies. Today, Soupergirl has two brick-and-mortar shops and delivers soups all over the country.
Frank Sesno is an Emmy-winning journalist and currently serves as the Director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University. He is also the creator of Planet Forward, a multi-media initiative that showcases environmental reporting by college students. Frank is the former Bureau Chief of CNN’s Washington, DC bureau where he worked for 21 years.