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Pamela Anderson is a Canadian actress, author, and activist. She founded The Pamela Anderson Foundation, which supports organizations that fight for human, animal, and environmental rights (pamelaandersonfoundation.org). She is busy writing her next book, The Sensual Vegan.
Small-town Canadian girl takes her first plane ride—to land in L.A. (on Gay Pride Day) to shoot for Playboy . . . (moved to L.A. in 1990) 14 American Playboy covers. 100s worldwide. the "damsel in distress." As it seemed . . . was desired and always cared for by powerful and talented men . . . Her free-spirited naivety leads her through wild romantic and difficult affairs. Marrying 2 rockstars and a professional gambler . . . Her career— From Playboy to Baywatch, to Barb Wire and Borat Surrounded by artists. A muse . . . an activist, a misfit. 2 beautiful sons by Tommy Lee. Within a bohemian exotic life— They have raised very grounded and interesting sons . . . Out of the spotlight— shielding them from the craziness of Hollywood, fiercely protecting their childhoods. Act II of her life. Kids are grown . . . Full of different antics—indie films. Raw. Natural performances. Characters. More intimate and revealing than ever. Continuously surprising us . . . She is fearless and bold. Has found the balance between Sexy and a funny self-deprecating awareness. Relentlessly Compassionate . . . Adored by men and women around the world.
Dave Anderson, “Mr. Accountability,” is a leading international speaker and author on personal and corporate performance improvement. After an extensive career in the automotive retail business, Dave began LearnToLead with the goal to help individuals and organizations reach their personal and corporate potential. The author of fourteen books, and host of the wildly popular podcast, The Game Changer Life, Dave’s no-nonsense messages impact listeners and readers in nearly seventy countries. Dave speaks 100+ times per year to a wide array of businesses, non-profits, and works as a mental toughness consultant for individual athletes and teams. His immediately applicable messages, energized and dynamic presentation style, and unmatched content positively focuses, equips, and inspires teams to do better—and the principles he shares resonate with audiences from a wide array of industries: automotive, banking, insurance, manufacturing, retail, non-profits, law enforcement, universities, service industries, athletic teams, and more.
Christina Anderson is an investigative journalist and freelance correspondent, writing for the New York Times about Scandinavia from her base in Stockholm. Anderson hails from Boston and cut her teeth as a reporter at a local paper in Framingham, Massachusetts. After a several years long foray into international development and human rights, Anderson returned to journalism, reporting for Radio Sweden and the New York Times.
The Penguin Who Knew Too Much (August 2007) is eighth in Donna Andrews’s Meg Langslow series from St. Martin’s Press. She has also written the Turing Hopper series (Berkley Prime Crime), featuring an artificial intelligence as the sleuth. When not writing, Donna can be found puttering in her garden, making small inroads on her massive to-be-read collection and playing with her computers. She’s vice president of the Mid-Atlantic chapter of Mystery Writers of America, national chapter liaison for Sisters in Crime, the author liaison for Malice Domestic and a member of the Private Investigators and Security Association. For more information visit donnaandrews.com.
Valerie Andrews has spent more than 25 years chronicling social innovation. Her work has appeared in major magazines, on PBS television and the web. She recently coauthored The Business of Changing Lives: How One Company Took the Information Superhighway to the Inner City with Allan Weis, one of the founders of the Internet, and has edited several bestselling business books. Her articles about creativity, peak performance and changes in the American workplace have appeared in People, New York, Vogue, Esquire and on the Internet. She has also appeared as a commentator on public television and is the author of A Passion for this Earth, essays on our connection to the natural world. Her first book, The Psychic Power of Running, was published by Rawson Associates.
Lucy Aphramor, Ph.D., R.D., notably pioneered the use of a health at every size approach in the U.K. National Health Service, developing an eight-week HAES course that is now available internationally through licensed facilitators. She is director of a consultancy dedicated to advancing health at every size theory and practice in and beyond the U.K. through training, research, and community engagement. Dr. Aphramor is also an honorary research fellow at Glyndwr University, Wales, and a visiting lecturer in nutrition and dietetics at Surrey University. Dr. Aphramor is the only U.K. dietitian with publishing and teaching expertise in critical weight science. She is at the forefront of the new international Critical Dietetics movement where her work blending critical thinking and compassionate self-care is enthusiastically received. Her influence extends to coverage in the popular press and her reputation as an outspoken scientist gains her interviews across the board from women’s magazines to the broadsheets.
Kevin J. Apple, Ph.D., is an assistant department head and associate professor at the Department of Psychology at James Madison University. He enjoys teaching a wide variety of classes including general psychology, research methods and the psychology of the Holocaust. His main research interests include both the intergroup bias and methods for assessing classroom learning. When not teaching classes or doing research, he is most likely spending time with his wife and two children or watching a reality television show. His favorite “Survivor” player is Ethan Zohn. Kevin admires Ethan for being a fierce competitor who played the game with integrity.
Shari Arison is an American-Israeli businesswoman and philanthropist, owner of the Arison Group that operates in more than 40 countries across five continents to realize the vision of Doing Good. Its business arm, Arison Investments, operates in the fields of finance (Bank Hapoalim), infrastructure, real estate, and renewable energy (Shikun & Binui), salt (Salt of the Earth), and water (Miya). Its philanthropic arm, The Ted Arison Family Foundation, houses the organizations Essence of Life, Goodnet, All One, and Ruach Tova that operates Shari's global initiative Good Deeds Day. She also initiated Matan – Investing in the Community, based on United Way. Arison created a unique values-based model for values-driven leadership in business, organizations, and communities. She is repeatedly ranked by Forbes as one of the most powerful women in the world, and as one of the world’s greenest billionaires. In 2013, Arison was named Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters by George Mason University.
Dr. Kat Arney is a leading British science writer, broadcaster, and public speaker. Her previous books are Herding Hemingway’s Cats: Understanding How Our Genes Work and How to Code a Human. Kat has a degree in natural sciences and a PhD in developmental genetics from Cambridge University and was a key part of the science communications team at Cancer Research UK from 2004 to 2016, cofounding the charity’s award-winning science blog and acting as a principal media spokesperson. As a writer, her work has featured in Wired, Daily Mail, Nature, Mosaic, New Scientist, and more. She has fronted several BBC Radio 4 science documentaries, as well as the factual comedy series Did the Victorians Ruin the World? and presents the fortnightly Genetics Unzipped podcast.