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Episode 1 - Rachel Platten, Bear Grylls
Episode 2 - Carla Harris, Tony Finau
Episode 3 - Molly Fletcher, Leslie Odom Jr.
Episode 4 - Amos Lee, Matthew McConaughey
Episodes are available to stream on demand until November 27 and each lasts approximately 90 minutes. If you've already registered, you can start streaming now.
Academy Award-Winning actor Matthew McConaughey's career spans over 40 feature films. The Texas native is heralded for his constant career reinvention. He co-created his own bourbon (Wild Turkey Longbranch), is part-owner of MLS team Austin FC, and serves as the Minister of Culture for the University of Texas sports arena. McConaughey is a dedicated philanthropist whose just keep livin Foundation empowers high school students to make healthy choices for a better future.
Bear Grylls is the world's most recognizable outdoor adventure and survival expert. He has trained in martial arts, spent three years in the British Special Forces, and has perfected a skillset that allows him to pit himself against the worst Mother Nature has to offer. He has produced countless hit television programs and written dozens of books, including his bestselling autobiography, Mud, Sweat and Tears. His life motto is simple: Courage and kindness... and never give up!
Leslie Odom Jr. is a Tony and Grammy Award-winning performer, best known for his breakout role as Aaron Burr in the Broadway phenomenon Hamilton. He released several chart-topping albums while maintaining an extensive acting career including roles in the television series Central Park and the upcoming film The Many Saints of Newark. In 2018 he added "author" to his list of accomplishments, releasing the book Failing Up: How to Rise Above, Do Better, and Never Stop Learning.
Rachel Platten is a singer/songwriter whose debut single, Fight Song reached the top 10 of the Billboard charts in 2015. She has a Daytime Emmy for her live performance of the song on Good Morning America. Platten writes that she uses her music to process big emotions, build connections, realize strength, and arrive at truth. Her latest song, Soldiers, was released in September.
Singer/songwriter Amos Lee's music is an expression of his own personal mission to connect with other people. His unique sound is a blend of folk, rock, and soul, and his songs examine issues of survival, connection, and celebration in ways that are both deeply personal and profoundly universal.
Tony Finau’s consistent play has made him one of the most recognized and successful players on the PGA Tour today. Currently ranked 15th in the official world golf rankings, Finau has three top-four finishes at PGA events this year, including a T4 finish at the 2020 PGA Championship. Off of the golf course, Finau is known for his humble attitude, family-first values and charitable giving, where the Tony Finau Foundation, funded by a percentage of his winnings, helps underprivileged children in his native Utah.
Carla Harris is a Vice Chairman, Managing Director and Senior Client Advisor at Morgan Stanley. In her 30+ year career on Wall St., she has had extensive industry experiences in sectors including technology, media, telecommunications, and healthcare. She's a best-selling author of two books; Expect to Win and Strategize to Win, and an accomplished singer who has performed in sold out concerts at the Apollo Theater and Carnegie Hall.
Hailed as "the female Jerry Maguire," Molly Fletcher spent two decades as one of the world's only female sports agents. She negotiated over $500 million in contracts and represented hundreds of sports biggest stars. Molly is the author of four books and her company provides negotiation training workshops all over the country.
Dr. Lovatt is a researcher, author, and co-founder of the Movement in Practice (MIP) Academy, a specialist provider of education in the psychology of movement and dance. With a background in both dance and cognitive psychology, he takes his audiences on thought-provoking and entertaining explorations of the psychology of movement and how it affects uniquely human skills that are important in education, healthcare, and the workplace.
Doug Bibby is President of the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC), representing the industry on Capitol Hill, promoting research, and advocating for rental housing across a broad spectrum of issues. Prior to joining NMHC, Bibby spent 16 years as a senior officer of Fannie Mae, where he served on the company's Management Committee.
Bob Pinnegar is the President and CEO of the National Apartment Association (NAA), leading industry professionals, researchers and local affiliates, spearheading advocacy and public policy efforts, building strategic partnerships and overseeing the development of educational programs. Prior to joining NAA, Pinnegar served as the Executive Director and chief lobbyist for the San Diego County Apartment Association.