Jonathan Tepperman tackles complex issues with a voice that is at once personal and accessible, clear and entertaining.
Editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy magazine and author of the #1 Amazon bestseller, The Fix: How Countries Use Crises to Solve the World's Worst Problems, Tepperman is known for his deep understanding of international affairs.
Visiting cabinet rooms and presidential palaces around the world and speaking with dozens of world leaders, Tepperman draws from the remarkable (and often overlooked) success stories happening today and shares his “data-driven case for optimism.”
Neuroscientist and biological anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher is known for her groundbreaking research on the biology of personality, relationships, and “corporate chemistry.”
The Wall Street Journal recently profiled Dr. Fisher and the Fisher Temperament Inventory, a personality questionnaire taken by over 14 million worldwide that helps people better understand themselves and why they are attracted to certain personality types.
Based on brain architecture (using fMRI brain scans) rather than psychology, the Inventory is the first and only personality questionnaire built from and validated by neuroscience.
Her discovery of the four basic biological styles of thinking and behaving — Explorer, Builder, Director, and Negotiator –– can be used to build teams and corporate boards, advertise, innovate, and succeed at work.
Chief Scientific Advisor for Match.com and Co-Founder of NeuroColor, Dr. Fisher is a TED All-Star and was named one of “the 15 most amazing women in science today” by Business Insider.
Legendary novelist, scholar, and poet N. Scott Momaday has spent a lifetime introducing the world to Native American culture and heritage.
The only Native American to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize, Momaday won for his novel House Made of Dawn. A UNESCO Artist for Peace and recipient of the National Medal of Arts, Momday received a 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival presented by actor Robert Redford.
The documentary, Return to Rainy Mountain, by his daughter, filmmaker Jill Momaday, is a personal account of his life, career, and a personal and cultural history of the Kiowa people. PBS is producing an American Masters profile on Momaday due out in 2018.