Voices of Courage with Ken D Foster
The name of the Show is The Courage to Adapt and Evolve.
Guests, Kathryn Bowers, Dr Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Tom Cronin
Guest 1 Kathryn Bowers, a Stanford grad, writer at CNN-International in London, and media liaison for USAID at the United States Embassy in Moscow, who will be talking about how biological environments impact human health.
Kathryn Bowers is a Future Tense Fellow and was a Class of 2015 with the Fellows Program
at New America. She explores how geographic and biological environments help shape human cultures. She's taught writing at UCLA and contributes editorially to Zócalo Public Square and Evolution: This View of Life. She is co-author of Zoobiquity: The Astonishing Connection Between Human and Animal Health. Previously, Bowers was a staff editor of the Atlantic, writer at CNN-International in London, and media liaison for USAID at the United States Embassy in Moscow, where she received a Meritorious Honor Award for her service. She is a graduate of Stanford University.
Guest 2 Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, M.D, a Harvard Professor talking about Human Evolutionary Biology
Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, M.D. turns to the natural world for insights into health and development. She is a Visiting Professor in Harvard University’s Department of Human Evolutionary Biology and Professor of Medicine in the UCLA Division of Cardiology. She co-directs the UCLA Evolutionary Medicine Program. In her work she studies a diverse range of animals in their natural settings to uncover evolved adaptations with potential relevance to human health challenges. She has used this approach to better understand heart failure and sudden cardiac death, neurological conditions including seizures, dementia and movement disorders, infertility and psychiatric conditions including anxiety, compulsive and eating disorders.
Guest 3 Tom Cronin, Film maker who has released his new film, The Portal about human Evolution across the nation starting Nov 1st.
Tom Cronin a former finance expert with a longstanding successful track record in business as well as meditation is founder of The Stillness Project, a global movement to inspire one billion people to sit in stillness, daily. He is passionate about reducing stress and chaos in people’s lives. Tom’s ongoing work in transformational leadership and cultivating inner peace through meditation takes him around the world presenting keynote talks in such countries as Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, Mexico and the USA; hosting retreats; mentoring clients across the globe; teaching in schools; writing books; hosting mindfulness courses in the corporate sector; and creating THE PORTAL film-book experience, all as part of his commitment to the current planetary shift.