Cerina Vincent, who stars on the #1 most watched Disney Channel comedy series "Stuck In The Middle" joins the program to discuss the evolution of her career, and the importance of finding a personal definition of success. Cerina also shares her experience of being cast in the film "Broken Memories" a romantic drama centering around the issue of Alzheimers.
Roy Andersen joins the program to discuss the importance of inclusion in education and how to remove the blocks that keep students from learning. Roy shares his own experiences of struggling as a young student and what it taught him about how education needs to change. Roy explains his perspective on what intelligence is, how children learn and why and how we must change the school experience to provide the future global society with a new model citizen.
Jamey Edwards, CEO of Cloudbreak Health, shares the work he's been doing to humanize and fix the healthcare system in the US. Discover how Cloudbreak is providing innovative solutions that allow for greater ease of access for patients, better communication between providers, and empowerment of patients, providers and hospitals.
Leadership coach and speaker Kelly Meerbott joins the program to discuss how she helps her clients grow and become the best version of themselves. Kelly also shares the practices that she uses for her own personal growth and discusses her work with Ken's Krew, an organization that helps persons with disabilities to successfully enter the workforce and find meaningful employment.
August de los Reyes, head of design and research at Pinterest, discusses accessibility through better design, and why he left his position as the lead designer of XBox to work at Pinterest. August discusses the ways in which Pinterest empowers its users, and shares real world examples and stories that illustrate the transformative power of Pinterest. August also discusses disability as a design problem and why better design benefits everyone.