Joe Martinez is an editorial and portrait photographer living and working in New York City. His clients include:
•The Navy Wounded Warrior Project
•The Brooklyn Nets
•Ronald McDonald House New York
•Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Joe also sings with the a cappella group The Lost Keys, was an American Idol contestant, and has been the featured vocalist on Motivational Millennial co-host, Blake Brandes's, hip-hop albums for the last decade.
Check out Joe's work at www.joemartinezphoto.com.
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Dr. Mary Hemphill is a dynamic, transformative leader and community builder in the K-12 Education sphere, and is the co-author of the book Educational Leaders in a Multicultural Society. Currently the principal at I. Ellis Johnson Elementary School in North Carolina, Mary also runs The Scholar Vlogger, a social media and social movement project dedicated to cultivating moldmakers through inspiration, education, and motivation.
Connect with Mary:
The Scholar Vlogger - www.thescholarvlogger.com
Lauren Burgoyne is a broadcast journalist, TV host, speaker, and writer. Her credits include being the founder of The Greater Purpose Project and the Executive Producer of Greater Purpose Productions. She has produced multiple shows for television and the web and has worked as an on-air reporter, anchor, and producer at TV stations in Arizona, Wisconsin, and Missouri. She was also awarded Best Spot News by the Associated Press. In addition to her work, she loves Fantasy Football, hanging with friends and fam, salsa dancing, hiking, traveling, her cat Bella Puss and being an aspiring yogi.
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Travis Marsh, Co-Founder of Courage Labs, Startup & Entrepreneur Coach.
Travis graduated salutatorian from University of Florida in Engineering. He pursued a successful engineering and sales management career before taking a turn toward the more complex world of what motivates us and what makes us happy.
He now splits his time between facilitating Interpersonal Communications at Stanford Graduate School of Business, running a coaching company focused on Startup and Entrepreneurs, and building a software company that is trying to bring coaching to more people. When he’s not working he loves getting out to travel to new countries and whatever adventure sports he can find wherever he can find them.
Learn more about Travis at www.themastersmark.com.
You can read the full show notes and resources at www.motivationalmillennial.com