Carolyn Johnson, vice president of marketing for Goodwill Industries in Southwest Florida, discusses her work helping people with disabilities and veterans. In addition, she will discuss how their outreach to help military veterans get back on their feet is transforming lives from the inside out.
Dr. Salvatore Alimo is an associate producer at Grand Valley State University. He discusses his new documentary, What Is Philanthropy?
Todd DeKruyter, author of Navigating Life With More Than Enough, tells listeners success without contribution is success with significance.
Celebrity make-up artist and philanthropist, Rory Lee, talks about her nonprofit, Our Girls Enrichment Program. She explains how there is a difference between being pretty versus being beautiful.
Actress and singer Carolyn Daughtry shares her story about finding the courage to love herself and overcome disappointment.
Anna Henderson, executive director of Westside Infant-Family Network, explains how families can deal with early childhood trauma, solutions for treatment, and recovery.
Ian Adair, fund-raising expert, shares tips on how to win donor attention in a very competitive and communication-focused nonprofit environment. He shares his knowledge based on 20 years of fund-raising and nonprofit management.
Ross Rosenberg, author of The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us, discusses how to develop good relationships and break the cycle of codependency or lack of self-love.
Marnie Grundman is the author of Missing: A True Story of a Childhood Lost. She shares her personal story of survival and success. It is a story about suffering, rising up against all odds, and discovering an appreciation for life.
Mary Tomlinson, founder of On-Purpose Partners, shares how to discover your purpose. She helps people find joy and meaning in life.