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Kareem  Abdul-Jabbar
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

NBA Legend & NY Times Best Selling Author

A global icon that changed the game of basketball, Kareem is a Presidential Medal of Freedom Winner who now works to bring innovative educational opportunities to underserved communities.

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John  Quiñones
John Quiñones

ABC News Veteran, Creator & Host, What Would You Do?

A lifetime of “never taking no for an answer” took Quiñones from migrant farm work to the anchor desk at 20/20 and Primetime and creating, What Would You Do?, the hit show he hosts. 

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Maryum  Ali
Maryum Ali

Social Worker, Activist & Author

The eldest child of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, Maryum is a social worker dedicated to delinquency and gang prevention. She is also a spokesperson for The Parkinson’s Unity Walk.

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Lance  Allred
Lance Allred

First Legally Deaf Player in NBA History

Hearing impaired since birth, former NBA player Lance Allred is a best-selling author and thought leader who compels those around him to seek ways to overcome setbacks and pursue dreams.

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Rye  Barcott
Rye Barcott

Entrepreneur, Veteran & Bestselling Author

The founder of an NGO and a former Marine, Rye Barcott has the distinction of being both a warrior and a peacemaker, a juxtaposition he explores in the memoir It Happened on the Way to War.

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Caroline  Baron
Caroline Baron

Award-Winning Producer & Founder, FilmAid

Caroline Baron is a film producer whose credits include Capote and Monsoon Wedding, and the founder of FilmAid International, a nonprofit that serves Kosovo refugees in Macedonia

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Geoffrey  Canada
Geoffrey Canada

Inner-City Youth & Education Advocate

Founder of the Harlem Children’s Zone, Canada addresses inner city poverty and violence. His model was featured in Waiting for Superman and has been replicated across the U.S.

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Caroline  Casey
Caroline Casey

Founder of Kanchi & The Ability Awards

A visually impaired social entrepreneur working to enhance the relationship between disability and society, Caroline Casey has received several awards for her work worldwide.

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