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Kelly Blynn is an activist and urban planner. She’s a graduate student at MIT, a co-founder of climate activist group 350.org and has spent three of years working on sustainable transport in Washington DC. In her life and work, she spends her t
Zach Kerzee is a Methodist minister, bread-baker and part-time farmer. He's a recent grad of Harvard Divinity School and the founder of Simple Church, a church without a building that meets for dinner every Thursday. His central spiritual
Helen Marriage works with artists to create extraordinary, large-scale events that appeal to the widest-possible audience. She is the Director of Artichoke and was awarded a Loeb Fellowship by the Harvard Graduate School of Design. In this epis
Melissa Bartholomew is furthering racial justice and healing by dismantling structures of oppression. A former lawyer, a Baptist minister, a trainee social worker, and now a PhD candidate at Boston College, Melissa's work is as holistic as it i
Eric Feigl-Ding is an epidemiologist, nutritionist and economist who taught at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health and is the co-founder of Happy Vitals. 
Lauren Taylor is the co-author of The American Health Care Paradox and a PhD student at Harvard Business School. A public health scholar and practitioner, Lauren has been part of successful teams in her research and professional life. She also
Lawrence Levy is the former CFO of Pixar, a graduate of Harvard Law School and now, one of the co-founders of Juniper Path, a secular meditation group. In this conversation, we talk about the risks and opportunities of changing professions and
Wayne Muller is a therapist, minister and author. He's spent the last thirty-five years working with people suffering abuse, alcoholism, poverty, illness and loss. He is also founder of Bread for the Journey, a network of ordinary people who en
Vanessa is the Assistant Humanist Chaplain at Harvard and a third-year student at the Harvard Divinity School. Originally from Los Angeles, she's worked in New York in the education and non-profit sectors and is writing her first book on her ex
Chelsea Shukov is a designer and the CEO of Sugar Paper, a high-end letterpress and stationary company. A mother of two who has built the company from scratch, she asks the question 'Is being a working mom worth it?' 
June Odongo is a graduate of the Harvard Business School and the co-founder of ZOO mobile enterprises. She reflects on the question, 'How Can I Regain My Lost Confidence?'
Caroline Howe is the co-founder of the Indian Youth Climate Network and Loop Solutions. A recent MIT urban planning graduate, she's now a waste systems engineer. In work, and in her personal life, she constantly encounters the question 'What is
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