One of America’s most respected authors, keynote lecturers and productivity consultants on high performance human achievement. 10 million audio programs sold in 14 languages, Denis Waitley is one of the most listened-to voices on personal and career success.
He is the author of 16 non-fiction books, including several international best sellers,”Seeds of Greatness,” “Being the Best,” “The Winner’s Edge,” “The Joy of Working”, and “Empires of the Mind.”
David Gregersen is President of The Enterprise Business Journal, Salt Lake City, Utah, where he publishes Utah’s only weekly business newspaper. He holds a B.A. degree in Mass Communication from the University of Utah. He has more than 20 years of experience in marketing, business promotion, and sales. His professional interests focus on helping businesses start, grow, and succeed. His personal interests focus on family, outdoor recreation, and service to neighbors, and his community. He has served as a board member for Discovery Gateway, and has been honored with the President’s Award for Excellence from the Salt Lake Chamber.
Brian’s passion is to empower impoverished children and families by providing them with essential food and nutrition. For more than two decades, he has been involved with corporate charities—first documenting and promoting the impact of humanitarian projects, and now driving those efforts himself. Over the last five years, he has led the USANA Foundation’s transformational growth—more than doubling in reach and global impact. The framework he developed for community involvement has motivated thousands of donors and volunteers across the world. The foundation operates over thirty sustainable food projects in twenty-six countries and provides millions of meals to those in need each year. For Brian and the USANA Foundation, this is just the beginning.
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Ayugi Ntambwe-Kalala is the senior manager of programs for the USANA True Health Foundation. A native of Kenya, Ayugi brings with her sense of global philanthropy instilled in her from a young age. Ayugi has had extensive experience working with multiple nonprofits in different capacities, both in Kenya and in the US – serving as a student board member for the Hope Alliance and cofounder for ADIPA Speak Up, a nonprofit that connects female victims of domestic violence with resources to help them better their outcomes. A recipient of multiple research scholarships, Ayugi is well versed with multiple issues facing vulnerable populations and has sharpened her skills in addressing these issues promptly and efficiently. She received her bachelor’s degree from Westminster College in Salt Lake City.