Founder and Director of Interfaith Youth Core & Advisor for the White House on Faith-Based Initiatives
Founder & CEO of The Mathem Group
Pastor and Former Premier League Soccer Player
14-year-old Climate Justice Activist & Fridays4Future Organizer, Founder of Earth Uprising
14-Year-Old Climate Activist Alexandria Villaseñor Knows Inaction Is ...
Political Analyst & Democratic Strategist, Times-Up Legal Defense Fund Co-Founder
The Youngest Certified Female Yoga Teacher in America
B.R.A.V.E. Youth Leader & Peace Activist
March For Our Lives and The B.R.A.V.E. Youth Leaders, 2018 ...
Mobile App Developer of NotOK; Youth Mental Health Advocate
Teen Siblings Create Lifesaving App After 16-Year-Old's Depression ...
Youth Author of "PCD Has Nothing On Me"; Philanthropist, Model & Advocate for PCD Awareness
PCD Has Nothing on Me!
Climate Change Activist
'Now I Am Speaking to the Whole World.' How Teen Climate Activist
2019 National Teacher of the Year
On the value of equity ….2019 Virginia Teacher of the Year, Rodney Robinson
3-Time Super Bowl Champion, Author & Founder of My Brother's Keeper-Male Mentoring Program
Former NBA Star, Nicknamed "Iron Man" & Founder of AC Green Youth Foundation
CEO of The Q & Co-Founder of Yik Yak
College: Necessary, But Insufficient | Will Jamieson | TEDxCharleston
Deputy Director for Research Translation in the Office of Smoking and Health, CDC; Professor of Health Management & Policy
Risky Business: Kids, E-cigs | Terry Pechacek
Youth Speaker; Drug & Substance Prevention Specialist
Ray Lozano speaks about Alcohol, Tobacco & Drug Addiction
Author of "White American Youth", Founder of Free Radicals Project & Counter Extremism Expert, Former Extremist
Breaking Hate: Confronting the New Culture of Extremism
Anti-Smoking Activist, Former Executive Director of the Foundation for a Smokefree America & Former Actor
CEO of Raymond Insurance Agency & Bestselling Author; Featured on Dr.Phil, Steve Harvey, Breakfast Club
President & CEO of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids; Anti-Smoking Activist
Do E-Cigarettes Do More Good Than Harm? - WSJ