It’s In The Genes, a health advocacy organization dedicated to serving as a critical voice in today’s culture, advancing awareness and research, to mitigate the impact of legacy diseases on the lives of the most vulnerable populations throughout the United States. It’s In The Genes, provides much needed community outreach to minority populations with an emphasis on identifying and eliminating clinical risk factors for disease. Through its dedication to wellness and prevention, It’s In The Genes, will begin to decrease the ethnic disparities, which currently plague our existing health care system. www.itsinthegenes.com
Sanjay Sehgal has over two decades of executive management and entrepreneurial experience in industries comprising enterprise software, system sales, marketing, and operations. Over the years, he built successful engineering, sales, and marketing organizations; raised venture and strategic funding; involved in product development and launches; established and managed partner relationships with several industry leaders; and oversaw multiple company acquisitions. www.msystechnologies.com
The Wounded Warrior Home Project at Fort Belvoir brings together the Army, Clark Realty Capital, Michael Graves & Associates, IDEO, and numerous other partners to pursue a unified mission to drastically improve quality of life for the increasing number of Wounded Warriors returning to active duty at Fort Belvoir. In November 2011, our team unveiled two new single-family homes, radically redesigned to better meet the needs of these deserving soldiers' new "normal." We hope that this project functions as a model for new accessible homes nationwide and spurs a national dialogue about the importance of properly serving those who have served us. www.woundedwarriorhome.org
Allen R. Kates, BCECR, MFAW, is a trauma expert and journalist whose contact with police officers in the United States and Canada spans more than 35 years. He is author of the book, CopShock Surviving Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), praised as the definitive survival guide for PTSD sufferers.
Brian Boyd is a 30-plus year professional intelligence analyst and counter terrorism specialist. He is a former Green Beret, and was part of the leadership of the Joint Special Operations Command which oversees the Special Forces, Seal Team 6 and the Delta Force. He also served in the Departments of Defense, Justice & Treasury and regularly appears on radio and TV discussing intelligence matters www.boydintelligence.com
The American Health Journal is an award-winning 30-minute health care television series which has aired continuously for over 25 years. Now featured on PBS, each 30-minute episode features five 4 1/2 minute segments and a diverse range of health care professionals discussing the fullest spectrum of medical topics.
Dr. Spellberg is Chief Medical Officer at the Los Angeles County-University of Southern California (LAC+USC) Medical Center. He is also Medical Director of Biosciences for Los Angeles County, working with the County CEO's office to implement the LA County Board of Supervisors vision to grow biosciences in LA.
Dr. Spellberg has extensive administrative, patient care, and teaching activities. His NIH-funded research interests are diverse, ranging from basic immunology and vaccinology, to pure clinical and outcomes research, to process improvement work related to delivery of care, focusing on safety net hospitals.
Minda and Jack talk about the impact Social Distancing is having on all of us and how to help us cope.
Lakes Jam is an annual music festival that unites rock and country music fans from all walks of life and brings them to the beautiful Brainerd lakes area. A premium camping festival, Lakes Jam is more than a music festival with Watercross racing, Drifting, Lawnmower Racing, Poker Tournaments and more!