He’s been helping people explore human ecology for over 20 years. His mission is rooted in developing deep awareness of and connection to nature, promoting individual health, and fostering self-reliance. Arthur now runs the Delta Institute of Natural History in Canton, Maine, where he teaches human ecology, focusing on the values of foraging, wildcrafting medicine, and primitive living skills.
Charles Teale Sr.
Retired Hartford Fire Chief and certified educator, Charles is on a mission to teach Hartford adults his motivational tools for learning, based on one simple belief: You should never teach anyone anything unless you have taught them how to learn, how to understand, and how to remember that information
An orthopedic surgeon and educator, Frank will take the stage to talk about our state, national, and global opioid crisis. He will discuss PSychoActive Addictive Disorders and using the very best brain science and current bench research to propose a new model, a comprehensive whole brain, holistic approach, to give real hope to many patients.
certified professional technology consultant
As an experienced IT consultant, Matt focuses his energy on helping today’s leaders protect their organizations from downtime and cyber-security threats, and using technology to advance their goals. He makes complex technology relatable to everyday life and in this talk, illustrates how cybersecurity can and must become part of every organizations regular course of business.
In a world where we wear a limitless number of masks, authenticity can be the difference between success and mediocrity. Relationship expert Rachel DeAlto reveals how her success was created and will share how you can connect with others and reach your professional potential through self-awareness, vulnerability, and confidence in being exactly who you are.
A Consulting Hypnotist, he helps people change their habits, increase their confidence, reduce their pain and get motivated to create happier, healthier lives. Ryan will share a tool that helps break the cycle of stress while easing the feeling of spinning out of control – at any place and at any time – and no one knows what you’re doing.
Selena Rezvani is a recognized consultant, researcher, and author on women and the workplace. Known for her award-winning column in The Washington Post on gender inclusion, as well as her books Pushback and The Next Generation of Women Leaders, she’ll be presenting on how to disrupt gender bias through meeting culture - and illuminating concepts like psychological safety and workplace ‘mirror-tacracy.
Communications and Branding Expert
There’s no doubt that work and play increasingly occur online, and that success in college and beyond requires an expert grasp of digital life and social media. As a powerful and clear voice on personal branding, Stacey will educate, inspire and empower the audience with new insights – including, a three-tiered roadmap inclusive of tools to identify, hone, and broadcast one’s strengths, interests and achievements.