Taraneh Salke is the founder & executive director of Family Health Alliance (FHA), a nonprofit organization focused on advancing women's reproductive health & rights in underdeveloped & resource-poor environments.
Jennifer Jako is a certified AIDS educator and award-winning director of True Life: It Could Be You. Infected with HIV as a teen, she channels her insight into talks of AIDS in the media and the meaning of life.
Outspoken, energizing and inspirational, Kathy Najimy combines her acting & talents with a passionate commitment to equality, women’s leadership and issues ranging from increasing cancer research to LGBTQ rights.
Born and raised in Alaska, National Slam Poetry Champion Noël Jones moved to New York City in 1994 to become a jazz vocalist. Upon discovering slam poetry, she battled her way to a national championship.
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.