Jay O'Callahan

Jay O'Callahan

Jay began telling stories to his little brother and sister when he was in high school and storytelling has brought him around the world. Time magazine called him “a man of elegance, wit and poetry.” His work has been commissioned by NASA and won numerous awards including the ALA/Carnegie Award and the Parents’ Choice Award. His latest work is Falling for Emily Dickinson.

Max Stossel

Max Stossel is the Head of Content and Storytelling for the Center for Humane Technology, an organization of former tech insiders and CEOs dedicated to re-aligning technology with humanity’s best interests. Max Stossel is also an award-winning poet + filmmaker named by Forbes as one of the best storytellers of the year.

Jim Robbins

Jim is an author, journalist and science writer for the New York Times, he has written numerous articles and six books in the last 40 years. From his first book on Yellowstone, Last Refuge, an early book on neurofeedback, “A Symphony in the Brain”, to two books on the fundamental role of how we pay attention, including the Open Focus Brain, to his recent books on the natural world, The Man who Planted Trees and The Wonder of Birds, Jim Robbins specializes in solutions oriented journalism, highlighting how little we know about this world of ours and the fact that many of the answers we seek are out there waiting for us to ask the right questions.

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