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Her dissertation focused on social networks of parents of students with autism as a proxy measure of social capital. Previously, Dr. Gallagher supervised programming for children with autism & trained school/district/state/national groups of professionals on Evidence Based Practices (EBPs).

Trisha Gallagher, Ed.D.

Administrative Specialist, Exceptional Child Education for the Jeff. Co. Public School System

Interviewed: 03-29-2019

Prior to Dick’s philanthropic efforts, he served in the Vietnam War as a combat photographer & graduated from the University of Louisville.

Today the Healing Place campus is expanding & has several thousand alumni with a 75% recovery rate.

Learn more about Mark's career as a licensed marriage & family therapist (LMFT) & COO & Co-Founder of The InnerView Counseling & Consultation Services.

Mark Parrish

Co-Founder of The InnerView Counseling & Consultation Services

Interviewed: 07-20-2018

Learn why Time.com called him the “reigning intellectual of the evangelical movement in the U.S.”

Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr.

President, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Interviewed: 12-10-2017

Dr. Tad Seifert is a neurologist in Louisville, Kentucky and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Norton Children's Hospital and Norton Women's and Kosair Children's Hospital.

Dr. Tad Seifert

Neurologist & Concussion Expert, Norton Healthcare

Interviewed: 12-10-2017

How publishing her first work at 10 years old led writer Angela Burton to “Feet to Fire”.

Summer Dickerson shares her escape from human trafficking and founded Esther’s House.

Summer Dickerson

Founder, Women of the Well Ministry

Interviewed: 11-03-2017

How Amy Leenerts overcame childhood sexual abuse to train the public to recognize and prevent human trafficking.

Amy Leenerts

Founder/Director of Free2Hope.org

Interviewed: 11-03-2017

William Kellibrew IV is an international advocate for civil, human, women, children, and victims’ rights.

William Kellibrew IV

International Advocate for Civil, Human, Women, Children, and Victims’ Rights

Interviewed: 09-28-2017

In 1999, Claypool founded Bulldogs in the Bluegrass. a program that provides summer internships in Louisville, Kentucky for Yale undergraduates. Since it began, Bulldogs in the Bluegrass has brought over 570 Yalies to experience Louisville through a total immersion experience. Of those, many have returned to Louisville for full-time employment after graduation.

Rowan Claypool

‎Founder and President, Teach Kentucky

Interviewed: 09-27-2017

Nat Irvin, II has taught change management, leadership, future studies, and team dynamics since 2007.

Nat Irvin II

Author, Innovator, Futurist, Teacher, Commentator & Founder of Thrivals at IdeaFestival

Interviewed: 09-26-2017

Fueled by new ideas, Kris Kimel began IdeaFestival and KSTC.

Kris Kimel

Founder, IdeaFestival®, and President, Kentucky Science & Technology Corporation (KSTC)

Interviewed: 08-27-2017

Abby Drane leads Uspiritus, whose mission is healing the hearts and minds of vulnerable youth and their families.

Love for family drives both Patrick John Hughes and his son, Patrick Henry Hughes, to expand possibilities.

Patrick John Hughes

Inspirational Father and Son Leadership Story

Interviewed: 08-21-2015

Love for family drives both Patrick John Hughes and his son, Patrick Henry Hughes, to expand possibilities.

Patrick Henry Hughes

Inspirational Father and Son Leadership Story

Interviewed: 08-21-2015

The 1993 tragic murder of their daughter, Mary, thrust Pat Byron and her husband, John, into advocacy work for domestic violence victims.

Rowan Claypool is a social entrepreneur who believes that young knowledge economy workers are the future to prosperous communities.

Rowan Claypool

Founder, “Bulldogs in the Bluegrass”

Interviewed: 09-27-2006

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