A broadcast journalist for over 20 years, Mary Ellen Geist's decision to leave her news anchor job in New York to become a caregiver for her father was the subject of her powerful book Measure of the Heart.
From TV journalist to radio personality, producer and businesswoman, Gibbons has been a part of America's living rooms for over 20 years. She hosts What Should You Do? and won The Celebrity Apprentice Season 7.
As a national desk correspondent based at NPR West, Ina Jaffe covers issues related to aging, including finances and work life, healthcare, relationships and the broader demographic realities facing the country.
A former urban teacher, Jonathan Kozol is a long-term public education activist. He confronts the mania of high-stakes tests, the invasion of private corporations in schools, and the inequalities of urban schools.
Wherever the very latest neuroscience intersects with real-world challenges facing the workplace, education, healthcare, and our everyday lives, you’ll find energizing insights from brain scientist John Medina.
Petersen is an award-winning TV journalist who has covered wars, tsunamis, the unspeakable deaths in Rwanda, and so much more, but faced his greatest challenge when his wife was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.