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Ashleigh Turner Justice
016 Life-changing Moment
At 15, a car accident left her with a traumatic brain injury and spinal damage that rendered her quadriplegic. Today, she's a wife, mother and teacher.
Sandy Roxas, Esq.
Southern California Super Lawyer, Sandy Roxas, talks about the benefits and protections of prenuptial agreements, even if you're not exactly rolling in the dough.
Cynthia Nielson is an entrepreneur and co-creator of MagTrim Designs who has been selling on Amazon for years, and gives us insight on why we should be shopping elsewhere
043 Going Gray
Author Anne Kreamer wrote the book on going gray: GOING GRAY:
Going Gray: How to Embrace Your Authentic Self with Grace and Style
Going Gray: How to Embrace Your Authentic Self with Grace and Style.
Julie Sedivy, PhD
032 Lost Heritage Language
Calgary-based writer, educator and language scientist, Julie Sedivy, talks about the importance of keeping a heritage language in this mono-language world.
Naty Rico is a disability advocate and educator from South Central Los Angeles. Currently, she resides in Tucson, AZ where she serves as the coordinator of the Disability Cultural Center at the University of Arizona.
Melissa Joy Manning
021 Impatience for Success
CFDA member and designer of her eponymously named, socially responsible fine jewelry brand featuring unique, modern designs influenced by her passion for travel, art and culture.