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Poet, Writer & Children's Author
A former contributing editor for Redbook, speaker Judith Viorst is a best-selling author and writer of children's books. She speaks on loss, growth, and more.
Educator & Social Justice Advocate
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.
Cardiologist & CBS News Medical Contributor
A familiar face to viewers of CBS News, Dr. Tara Narula is a board certified cardiologist, associate director of the Cardiac Care Unit at Lenox Hill Hospital and assistant professor of cardiovascular medicine at the Zucker School of Medicine.
Best-Selling Author, Creator and Host of Podcasts “Terrible Thanks for Asking” & “It’s Going To Be OK”
How are you? Nora McInerny wants to know the truth. As the creator and host of the podcasts “Terrible, Thanks For Asking” & “It’s Going To Be OK,” and the TED speaker known for her viral talk, Nora specializes in making space for emotional honesty and difficult conversations.
Singer, Songwriter, Alzheimer’s Advocate & Daughter of Glen Campbell
Ashley Campbell, the youngest child of Kim Campbell and country music legend Glen Campbell, is an accomplished singer, songwriter and musician. Ashley put her own career and life on hold when her father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
Patient Rights Activist, Artist & Author
After losing her husband to a 17-year battle with cancer, Regina Holliday became a passionate advocate for improving the patient experience. Her custom presentations often include her breathtaking artwork.
Author, Breast Cancer Survivor, Host of Exactly
Called “the voice of a generation” by O Magazine, Kelly Corrigan is the author of four New York Times bestsellers and host of the PBS primetime interview show Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan and the weekly podcast, Kelly Corrigan Wonders.
CBS Correspondent & Author
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.
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