David Martin has worked for three decades as a print and television journalist before becoming an independent writer and producer.
Tom Gouttierre serves as the Dean of International Studies and Programs and Director of the Center for Afghanistan Studies at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Dr. Kim Hoogeveen is the creator and owner of MindSet®, an innovative, functional, and expansive leadership training, consultation, and executive coaching company.
Ian has been involved in non-profit organizations for the past 25 years, and is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Global Partners in Hope.
Jack Phillips is Principal of New Tree School and teaches on the faculty of Arboriculture Canada Training and Education.
Jim Harter, Ph.D., is Chief Scientist, Workplace Management and Wellbeing, for Gallup’s workplace management practice.
Kent McCuddin has worked in the advertising industry for over 30 years, accumulating more than 100 creative awards with his work.
Karen Linder is the author of “The Women of Berkshire Hathaway” and Founder and President of Linspiration, Inc., a company supporting creativity and entrepreneurship.
Mike Smith is the founder and director of Skate for Change, a group of skateboarders committed to serving and giving back to the low-income and homeless.
Hernandez is Executive Vice President, Operations and Secretary for a financial services company. She started her career as an American Literature teacher.
Rachel “Ricki” Duffy knew she wanted to play music, but it wasn’t until she was almost eighteen years old that she found the realness to her dream.
Renaisa Anthony MD, MPH is the Interim Director and appointed Deputy Director of the UNMC Center for Reducing Health Disparities in the College of Public Health.
Michael John Murphy is a folk musician based in Omaha, Nebraska. He plays various instruments, including the guitar, piano and Native American flute.