CEO of Global Citizen/Global Poverty Project
Hugh Evans’ breakthrough humanitarianism has mobilized millions to end extreme poverty and inequality around the world. Evans’ passion and purpose encourages his guests to become Citizens of the World.
The 15th Surgeon General of the United States
A pediatric endocrinologist and 15th Surgeon General of the US, Dr. M. Joycelyn Elders has a deep concern for young people and teaches that education, prevention, and responsibility are the keys to a healthy life.
Olympic Diver & Author
By 16, Greg Louganis won his first Olympic medal, and at 24 he became the first man in 56 years to win two gold medals in diving by winning both the platform and springboard events.
First Female Prime Minister of Norway
Former prime minister of Norway and director-general of the World Health Organization, speaker Gro Brundtland has dedicated herself to making the world a better place.
Author, AIDS & LGBT Rights Activist
Cleve Jones’s career as an activist began in the 70s when he befriended Harvey Milk. Since then, he founded the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt and is an activist for AIDS awareness, treatment and education.
AIDS Activist & Advocate
Born with HIV, Hydeia Broadbent has dedicated her life to advocating for AIDS prevention. She has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, 20/20 and Good Morning America.
Actress & Singer
Known for her roles in Eve's Bayou and Friday Night Lights, speaker Jurnee Smollett is also a member of ANSA, which combats HIV/AIDS and assists at-risk youth.
One of the greatest voices of the new millennium, Jennifer Holliday gives concerts across the world. Having lived with depression for over ten years, she shares that there is a healing path out of the darkness.