Adva is a commercial pilot and flight instructor conducting flight training for beginner through advanced ratings currently located in Florida.She serves as the Public Relations Coordinator of The Professional Pilot Leadership Initiative (PPLI)of the 99s organization for women pilots that inspires and mentor them at the beginning of their flight careers.
Adva served in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) as a Civil Coordination Lieutenant Officer between the Israeli Government and the Palestinian Authority. She managed major events with political and security significance.
Helen Stephenson is an Emmy award-winning producer/director with a long career in TV, Film and Client-Based video. She earned her BA at Cal State Long Beach and MA at ASU. Helen is currently the director of the Film & Media Arts Program at Yavapai College. An Arizona native,she is also the founder and executive director of the non-profit Prescott Film Festival, where she provides vision and direction and serves on the Jury and Programming teams.
Manna began her career as an entrepreneur in the 1980s in Canada, and within a short time, her work became nationally recognized. In the late 1990s she and her son moved to the United States,where she used her gifts and expertise to help others in the marketplace, providing progressive marketing concepts, integrative team building curricula, personal and professional leadership consulting, and strategic partnerships to businesses around the country. In the early 2000s, Manna went back to school and earned an MA in Psychology, a PhD in Philosophy, and graduate certificates as a Holistic Health Practitioner (HHP), a Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN), a Certified Clinical Herbalist (CCH), and is currently enrolled in her 2nd Doctoral program - an EdD in Leadership for Change. Manna platforms extraordinary businesses who have inherent values, and alliances congruent with socially responsible, sustainable and impactful missions and causes. She is passionate about helping people step into their calling, live extraordinary lives, prosper through chaos, be a forerunner with unseen opportunities, lead under pressure, and deliver results.
Samia was born in Algeria in November of 1976 and grew up there. She graduate with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and worked as a calculation engineer within the power generation sector for some years, but increasingly missed the pure math practice she had experienced as a student. Samia went back to university to study psychopedagogy, which is a combination of psychology and pedegogy (the practice of teaching). Today, she lives and works in Sweden where she runs a consulting company that unites math and psychology. The company sets up basic math-based workshops that build up creative thinking, problem-solving ability and team spirit. Samia is also an inspirational speaker who exposes the fascinating empowering benefits of math. Samia strives to show how math practice helps us reach our goals, form our lives as we want, and become successful at anything we engage in. Samia is the mother of a beautiful 11 year old and worked a great deal to give her a strong math basis. Her experience with her daughter helped her to produce math-tales video series that enable children learn math in a modern and successful way.
Sandy Asch is a best-selling author, entrepreneur, consultant and woman of influence award winner. Her book, ROAR, was named by INC magazine as one of the best business books written by a woman and her keynote BE BOLD has influenced thousands of women worldwide. She grew up in South Africa where she often observed the behavior of the lioness and her pride. The courage of the lioness inspired her work with the world famous San Diego Zoo where she worked as a consultant to get Zoo leaders roaring with purpose and passion. Over the past 20 years, through keynote presentations and workshops, 40,000 leaders in 50 countries and six languages have implemented her ideas to be more resilient and thrive through change.
Shadé is an author, speaker, coach, and international philanthropist. She graduated from Columbia University and earned her Masters in Public Health from Tulane University. She interviewed hundreds of women ages 18-75 and found an absolute difference between girls who grew up with and without their fathers.She gained a profound understanding of the different ways women are wounded by their fathers and then go on to live as if those wounds are the truth. Shadé wrote a book called In Search of My Father about how healing her relationship with her father set her free to experience healthy love. Now she coaches women to heal the wounds their fathers left behind and speaks at colleges and conferences around the country.