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Alyson Stoner | Actress, Singer, Dancer, Entrepreneur

Alyson Stoner may be many things, but fearful is not one of them. The dancer, singer, actress, entrepreneur (and many hat-wearer), has learned how to channel her emotions and messages into art.

Alyson Stoner | Actress, Singer, Dancer, Entrepreneur

Melissa Chavez | Designers in Protest

Designers in Protest is a design-led collective encouraging civic engagement. Use our postcards to write your representatives and download our posters for rallies and protests. All profits are donated to Southern Poverty Law Center and Emily's List.

Melissa Chavez | Designers in Protest

Lindsey Eryn Clark and Lauren Palomares | Founders, Wild Hearts Conference

For the wild hearts, Lindsey Clark and Lauren Palomares are teaching you how to embrace it and channel it into a business.

Lindsey Eryn Clark and Lauren Palomares | Founders, Wild Hearts Conference

K Sloan | Retro Soul Artist

Growing up I didn’t originally aim to work in the singing industry. Singing was something I did for fun. I had two big doubts before making singing a career. I was worried about people understanding my music and the message I was trying to get across. When I was first starting out, it was all solo gigs.

K Sloan | Retro Soul Artist

Ilana Armida | Pop/R&B Singer

I fell in love with performing at a young age. My parents always had me stand on tables and sing and dance in front of friends and family. I loved the way it felt to be "on stage" and make people Happy. My first show reaffirmed my decision to be a performer. 

Ilana Armida | Pop/R&B Singer

Shreen El Masry | Be You Be Free

Ever since my earliest teenage years I could always remember looking in the mirror wishing I was skinnier and more beautiful. Why can I not look like the other girls at school? I was ashamed and embarrassed that I looked different and had an unusual name. I wanted to be blonde, tall and slim but instead I was short, brunette and stocky.

Shreen El Masry | Be You Be Free

Michelle Miears | MIEARS

As I was browsing around Guitar Center, scoping out the Novation Launchpad Pro, a male sales associate swaggered toward me with a grin. “How’s everything going?” he asked. “I’m doing well, thanks, just kind of browsing right now”. His presence lingered briefly while I read the back of the box and decided not to engage in any further pleasantries. I was in a hurry and wanted to check out the price and compare two of the models.

Michelle Miears | MIEARS