Stephanie’s work has been featured in publications such as ABC News, Colorado Public Radio, Dance Magazine, Mind Body Green, Elephant Journal, Tiny Buddha, and various national and local publications. Stephanie was selected as one of Charleston, SC’s “50 Most Progressive” celebrating the most forward-thinking individuals having an impact on the future of Charleston.
Elizabeth works with women internationally through her digital programs and speaking engagements and more intimately through in-person retreats and workshops, and occasional one-on-one engagements. Her greatest mission in this life is to help those who identify as women worldwide to reclaim and redefine their own womanhood, and contribute to a new paradigm of culture where it is both safe and natural for women to love, trust, and accept themselves fully.
After many years of deep soul-searching (and hard work!), Kylie co-created Zura Health as her heart and soul passion project. Working with her co-founder (& twin sister) Jess, they wanted to create a space to empower everyone who was suffering from health issues, depression and loneliness with the support, community, education, and the tools they need to live healthier and happier lives.
Orly began her career in Kindness as a Middle School educator at the Yeshivah of Flatbush in Brooklyn, NY, teaching the children to embrace unity, build their self-esteem, and use the power they have to influence the world for good. Orly is well known for incorporating and integrating ideas of kindness, love and respect in the hearts and minds of her students both in and out of the classroom setting. She is often quoted as saying, “Kindness, don’t just do it…LIVE IT!”
Debi has shared her wealth of information on FOX, CBS, The Dr. Oz show, TEDx, The Huffington Post, Shape, Self, Health, Working Mother, Forbes, Psychology Today, WebMD, Ladies Home Journal, Woman’s World and Glamour, amongst others. Her doctoral study led to two discoveries around how women experience and heal from betrayal.