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This episode highlights how role models come from all walks of life - Whether it's 16-year-old Little League legend Mo'ne Davis, or Co-Founder of Ronald McDonald House Charities who changed the lives of millions, Dr. Audrey Evans, both women bring hope to all generations.
This episode highlights three powerful stories of grit, determination, and willpower - resulting in extraordinary lives. Viewers will meet one of the most powerful business figures in the country, Kat Cole, an emergency room physician who defied unthinkable odds, Dr. Arabia Mollette, and a viewer nominated NASA engineer, Farah Alibay.
On this episode, meet two incredible women who took destiny into their own hands. First up, Patrice Banks, an engineer turned entrepreneur, who's shattering gender stereotypes as the Founder and CEO of Girls Auto Clinic. Next up, Michelle Poler, a native of Caracas, Venezuela who realized her crippling anxiety and fear stopped her from living life to the fullest. Instead of retreating, she ran towards her fears.
When Lauren Scruggs Kennedy, exited the plane in December 2011, she had no idea she would be fighting for her life. Since then, she started a foundation that provides support to those in need. Next, 2017 CNN Hero of the Year, Amy Wright, was inspired by her two children with Down Syndrome. She started a movement through her coffee shop franchise, where individuals with intellectual and development disorders work at the shop.
On this episode, we meet Sister Mary Scullion, named by TIME Magazine as one of the "100 Most Influential People in the World". Her organization, Project HOME, has saved thousands of homelessness people. And public artist Meg Saligman, who has created installations honoring Pope Francis and Martin Luther King Junior. Meg is determined to use art to bring communities together.
Meet Lauren Lake, a lawyer, professional singer, interior designer, and judge on the series Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court. Lauren's mission is to live limitlessly, and to empower women to do the same. Kristina Saffran and Liana Rosenman both battled eating disorders and joined forces to stamp out the mental illness for good. They launched Project HEAL the largest non-profit in the U.S. for treating and supporting eating disorders.
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