Lisa Schroeder is Executive Chef and Owner of Mother’s Bistro Bar, in Portland, Oregon. She is a mother, grandmother, chef, restaurateur and author devoted to providing better-than-authentic renditions of traditional home-cooked dishes at her popular, award-winning restaurant.
Johnna Wells is propelled by momentum and a heartfelt call to cultivate connection and champion for community. As a second generation Auctioneer, Artist, and Advocate, Johnna partners with change makers, empowering each along the way to be the change they wish to see in the world.
Brandon Cook is a multi-talented guitar player for major rock bands including Black n’ Blue, Dilana, The Loyal Order, and State of Balance. The recent song, “Ready for Dead,” by the Loyal Order, has over 1 million video views, and the debut album is released July 2020.
A skipping stone from Portland, to Michigan, New York City, and back to Portland. It was theatre and dance worlds in Manhattan. In Portland, total immersion into the radio broadcasting world (KGON, Q105, The BEAT, and KINK), more dance, theatre, art, and endless music.
Kelly Carlin, daughter of the brilliant comedian George, is a thinker, writer, talker and doodler. She’s funny, serious, silly and deep. Her fascinations range from discovering how to live a deep life, to freedom of expression, to the evolution of consciousness and the American psyche.
Kalani is a gifted storyteller, songwriter, musician, poet, philosopher, priest, political satirist, and peacemaker. A Hawaiian practitioner and cross-cultural facilitator, he has experience promoting social justice through conflict resolution. His lectures inspire, challenge, and entertain while calling all to be their greater selves.
Sandi is the founder of Activating Happy, an integrative conference that brings together experts in medicine, psychology, and science to explore remarkable advances in brain science to rewire your brain to activate optimum living.
Robert Romanus is an American film/television actor and musician. He played ticket scalper Mike Damone in the 1982 comedy Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982), and Natalie Green’s boyfriend Snake on The Facts of Life (1979). Robert originally came to Los Angeles to become a singer with the possibility of having a band. He became a singing busboy at a restaurant and met Steve Feldman, another singing busboy. The two hit it off and created their own group, Papa’s Kitchen.
KAREN KARBO is the author of fourteen award-winning novels, memoirs and works of non-fiction including the best-selling “Kick Ass Women” series. Her 2004 memoir, The Stuff of Life (2004), about the last year she spent with her father before his death, was a New York Times Notable Book.