Jul 26, 2016

Harriet Isecke, Educator and Author

When it comes to public education Harriet Isecke's been there, done that. During her more than 38 year career, she's been a teacher, curriculum director, educational consultant, grant writer, children books author and has been listed in Who's Who Among American Educators four times. In 2010 Harriet began a new venture - Readorium. It's a web-based supplemental program aimed at teaching students reading comprehension skills using fun, easy to digest concepts. Readorium won the 2016 National CODiE Award for Best Reading/English/Language Arts Solution.

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May 17, 2016

Victoria Herrmann, Climate Change Expert

Victoria Herrmann's a woman on a mission - and what a mission it is. The 25 year old climate change specialist is a Bill and Melinda Gates Cambridge University Scholar and PhD student at the Scott Polar Research Institute. She also happens to be the Managing Director of the Arctic Institute, an inter-disciplinary, independent think tank made up of young professionals who work from locations around the world and who represent expertise in many different disciplines. When it comes to saving the planet, our conversation with Victoria is one you absolutely CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS.

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Dec 1, 2015

Stefanie Sacks

Ever since she was a teenager, Stefanie Sacks has been on a mission - to help all of us develop healthy eating habits by providing the lowdown on what we put in our mouths. Her book, What the Fork Are You Eating? An Action Plan for Your Pantry and Plate, exposes the truth about what's hidden in our food. It also provides an action plan with 50 time-tested recipes. You can't afford to miss what this Culinary Nutritionist, author, teacher and professional chef has to say.

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Nov 25, 2014

Bolor Minjin

BolorPhoto.jpgMeet Mongolian paleontologist Bolor Minjin. She has made protecting and preserving the fossil heritage of the Gobi desert her mission in life. Bolor's the founder and director of the Institute for the Study of Mongolian dinosaurs. In 2012, she was instrumental in stopping the sale of an illegally collected Tyrannosaur baatar skeleton from her country. Hers is a fascinating and not often heard story.

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