Andrea Lo, founder and CEO of Piggybackr, a platform that teaches youth how to raise money for their causes while learning 21st Century skills, making the first steps probable.
Dr. Judith Landau
A child, family, and community neuropsychiatrist, specializes in the trauma between secrets and resilience. Her cross cultural exploration of addiction has for more than 30 years taught that the keys to resilience lie in our capacity for positive connectedness across generations. Using the feminine principles of respect, relationship, and love as essential tools for healthy families, she has 200 publications and protocols in more than 100 countries through the UN, WHO, and several international governments including Kosovo, Argentina, South Africa, Hungary, Bosnia, and Taiwan.
Eliana Gilad, evokes personal leadership through resonant voice, rhythm, and music transformationally revealing each person's aliveness through ancient sounds in the moment.
Susie Kincade, the first woman ever to compete on a men’s collegiate athletic team-diving for UCLA, is the founder of Women’s Empowerment Workshop, connecting mind, body and spirit through nature adventure retreats. Susie will speak about the legacy we leave generations of all beings 200 years into the future.
Sharon Shay Sloan
Sharon Shay Sloan, bridges generation, language, and culture through council to the world's indigenous people with WILD Foundation.
iO Tillett Wright
Photographer, Artist & Activist with Self Evident Truths
Fatou B. Bensouda
Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court
Asali DeVan Ecclesiastes
New Orleans Poet
Senior at Red Canyon High School in Eagle, Colorado. Two winters ago, she attended the 55th Status of Women in the World Conference at the United Nations in New York City. She gained knowledge about girls’ and women’s rights issues, how the UN works, policy making, the role of NGOs within the UN system, and how decisions made at the UN translate into on-the-ground changes. Jammie served as a delegate for Girls Learn International, an NGO initiated at RCHS in 2009. She helped draft the Girls' Statement that was presented to the UN Council. The experience was life changing and Jammie hopes to get degrees in Anthropology and Political Science and then become an International Lawyer representing women and girls rights. She asks, "When was the last time you struggled to get basic nutrition let alown have your life threatened just to get to school?"