Member Spotlight: Katie Haynes, Delivering Smiles and Sending Hope
Meet Super Nice Club member Katie Haynes
#86: RONNI ABERGEL | HOW TO CHECK OUT A STRANGER (The Human library)
Ronni Abergel is founder of the innovative Human Library organization, and turning people into books (not quite literally).
#77: WILLIAM RYERSON | Help Women, Help the World
Without exaggeration, BILL RYERSON founder of Population Media Center, is one of the humans who has done the very most to help preserve and enhance both people and planet.
#68: LENORE SKENAZY | Hey Parents, It’s Time to Let Grow
LENORE SKENAZY is founder of the Free Range Kids movement and president of Let Grow, a non-profit promoting childhood independence and resilience.
#60: ANDREW DEANGELO | The Last Prisoner Project
The Last Prisoner Project was founded out of the belief that if anyone is able to profit and build wealth in the legal cannabis industry, those individuals must also work to release and rebuild the lives of those who have suffered from cannabis criminalization.
#29: PAIGE MAZZONI | Super Nice Canine Companions (for Independence)
PAIGE MAZZONI is the CEO for Canine Companions for Independence, the incredible organization that was the first to train assistance dogs to help and guide people living with physical disabilities. Since their founding in 1975, CCI has partnered thousands of hyper-intelligent and capable canine compa
#16: CENTER FOR ARTISTIC ACTIVISM | Free the Vaccine! Free the Vaccine!
Rebecca Bray and Steve Lambert of the Center for Artistic Activism share their global effort to ensure that the COVID-19 vaccine will be free.
#15: AMY EMERSON of MAPS on Using Psychedelics to Win the War Against Suffering
MDMA VS PTSD MDMA. Molly. Ecstasy. Moon rocks. Sassyfras. Adam. Whatever flavor, whatever you call it, methylenedioxy¬methamphetamine is a psychedelic with the potential to be a life-changing boon to sufferers of PTSD and anxiety. In this episode, we’ll talk to super nice AMY EMERSON, Execu
#03: MOLLY GRACE: Multiple Sclerosis, Health Care Fail & Normalizing Compassion
Molly Grace is a self-proclaimed “MS loudmouth” wakes up every day to the challenges of multiple sclerosis. In an extended conversation that traces Molly’s personal journey, we’ll learn about multiple sclerosis aka the “prime of life” disease, its many hidden battles and silent suffe