Episode #48: Genevieve Gorder

Genevieve Gorder’s soulful style and genuine enthusiasm have made her one of America’s favorite interior designers for many years. She is the founder and director of the Genevieve Gorder brand, a television host and producer, home product designer, contributing author, and global ambassador for home and human rights.

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Episode #44: Evan Golub

Evan Golub spent 13 years working in the hedge fund industry until departing to launch Wana (We Are Not Alone), a digital platform to connect people with chronic and invisible conditions. His decision to pivot careers stemmed from his own six-year battle with chronic illness, which made him realize that he found satisfaction and purpose in helping others through their own health challenges. His story of leaving Wall Street behind was recently featured on Forbes.com. Originally from Westchester, NY, Evan currently resides in Greenwich Village. When he's not exploring the wellness world, he can be found enjoying live music or on his yoga mat.

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Episode #43: Allie Kashkash

Allie Kashkash is an entrepreneur living in the suburbs of Tel Aviv with her husband and two young kids. Born and raised in NY, Allie moved to Israel over a decade ago and works today as the founder of Imallergia and as a content writer. When her older son Nadav was seven months old, Allie discovered that he suffered from a life-threatening peanut and tree nut allergy. Ever since, she has been on a mission to raise allergy awareness throughout Israel and in 2017 started the company Imallergia, selling cool allergy gear in Hebrew to help protect both Nadav and the thousands of other Israeli children suffering from food allergies.

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Episode #41: Gunnar Esiason

Gunnar Esiason is a successful 27-year-old young man living with cystic fibrosis. After graduating from Boston College in 2013, he is now a program director, patient advocate and board member at the Boomer Esiason Foundation, the charity his parents started upon learning of his cystic fibrosis diagnosis. Gunnar is also a co-host of Breathe In: A Cystic Fibrosis Podcast, a writer and the head coach of his high school alma mater’s varsity ice hockey team. Above all else, Gunnar believes it’s important for people living with chronic illness to feel empowered to advocate themselves as equal individuals. He lives in New York.

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Episode #40: Sophia Saad

Sophia Saad is a New York City-based licensed art therapist and special educator with over 10 years of experience in special education and emotional development. A true believer in addressing “the whole child,” Sophia actively researches and studies methods to help children confidently address social, emotional, and cognitive challenges.

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Episode #38: Yali Szulanski

Yali Szulanski, M.A., is a mother to two amazing kids, Zoey, 3 years old, and Eli, 5 months old. She is a teacher and the founder of The “I Am” Project, through which students integrate contemplative and mind-body-spirit practices into their classrooms and lives in accessible and practical ways. As a survivor of trauma and in recovery from an eating disorder now for 10 years, Yali has used her struggles and healing to inform her studies and work.

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Episode #37: Susannah Meadows

Susannah Meadows is the author of The Other Side of Impossible: Ordinary People Who Faced Daunting Medical Challenges and Refused to Give Up. The book tells the stories of unlikely recoveries and the science behind them and was featured on Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, and NPR, as well as in Oprah Magazine and The New York Times.

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