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Alice M. Rivlin is a visiting professor at the Public Policy Institute of Georgetown University and a senior fellow in the Economic Studies Program at Brookings.
An incredible story of triumph after burning alive. Youll be far more than inspired...Learn the secrets to creating extraordinary outcomes against-all-odds for todays world of change and uncertainty.
Campbell-White -- one of the first biotechnology analysts on Wall Street and a pioneering woman in the male-dominated world of startup finance -- is in an expansive mood these days.
Since September of 2009 Bal has been hosting a weekly cooking segment broadcast on Global Television in British Columbia. Bal also has a show, Spice Goddess, on the Food Network in Canada. Both of her cookbooks, "Everyday Indian" and "Bal's Quick and Healthy Indian" are bestsellers.
Bernard Hopkins 30-year journey from teenage delinquent to Hall of Fame boxer is an awe-inspiring tale of suffering, incredible perseverance and hard work, and ultimate redemption.
Author of "Innovate the Pixar Way: Business Lessons from the World's Most Creative Corporate Playground" and "The Disney Way: Harnessing the Management Secrets of Disney in Your Company"
As a best-selling author, exercise physiologist and certified personal trainer, Bob has plenty of expertise to share in his workout plan, "Best Life." He is best known as Oprah Winfrey's person fitness guru and has been featured on many of her shows and other media.
Born in 1942, Robert Earl Love (nicknamed Butterbean after his favorite food) grew up in Louisiana with thirteen brothers and sisters. Bob's basketball career began with a coat hanger hoop nailed to the side of his grandmother's home. In his imagination, Bob played everyday against the greatest basketball players in the world.
After surviving a devastating accident, Brian Boyle recovered and thrived, competing again in triathlons. He is the author of "Iron Heart" and a spokesperson for the American Red Cross.
Possessing a level two certification in brain based learning strategies, this peak performance consultant is known for his ability to inspire others to "do the impossible."
Bruce Bodaken is chairman, president and CEO of Blue Shield of California, a 3.2 million member not-for-profit health plan that serves the commercial, individual and government markets in California.
Partner and Head of US Healthcare at Apax Partners where he focuses on investments in healthcare services, products, pharma and healthcare IT.
Carol Adelman is a senior fellow and director of Hudson's Center for Science in Public Policy, specializing in international development, foreign aid, trade and global health.