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.
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.
Mark Potok is an internationally renowned expert on the American radical right who for 20 years helped lead the Southern Poverty Law Center in exposing hate groups, right-wing terrorism, and extremist ideas.
Sarah Jones is a Tony and Obie Award-winning playwright and performer known for her multi-character, one-person show Bridge & Tunnel. She is renowned for her humanitarian stories told through a multicultural lens.