As a survivor herself, Harmony Dust Grillo knows the pain and suffering of abuse and sex trafficking. After undergoing her own healing and personal transformation, Harmony chose to return to the sex industry to help other women (and girls) gain the same freedom and healing she has.
Meagan was homeless, living out of a car, and suffering from alcoholism. She ended up in rehab and was able to turn her life around. Meagan is now sober and helps other women find hope, happiness, and healing on their road to recovery.
Candice Payne made headlines when she booked hotel rooms for over 100 homeless people in the city of Chicago during the historic polar vortex, with temperatures as low as -20 degrees below zero. Candice is now using her organization Action for a Cause to bring awareness and to help the homeless find housing.
Nancy co-founded Los Angeles Habilitation House (LAHH) in 2008 to help people with disabilities find happiness and purpose through work and in their communities. LAHH creates and maintains job opportunities for people with disabilities and helps them to develop, express, and apply their talents and maximize their contribution to the community.
Hannah Dehradunwala is the co-founder and CEO of Transfernation, which works to eliminate hunger by redistributing leftover food from corporations and events to the most vulnerable in our communities.