Profiles of Change
Real People, Real Change
Life stories. They compel us, move us, inspire us and motivate us to change. And it isn't always the life story of a well-known individual that does it. In fact, the people you're probably most motivated by are the ones who are just like you.
These profiles are about real people who are making an effort toward real change in their homes, their communities and in the world. We want to tell a new story each week that will bring much deserved attention to projects large and small, in big cities and small towns.
And there will be a chance for you to participate, too! If you want to nominate someone for Profiles in Change, email us here. Keep in mind that the person being profiled should want to be interviewed, and should be making a change that is having a real impact in some way. In the coming months, you'll be able to comment on these stories and forward them to a friend.
Since 2001, her center has worked with thousands of women on four continents, helping them live their best and most powerful lives with health as their foundation.View Profile»
It's not necessarily about starting over. It's about going back, finding a way to layer the experiences of our past, to create our future. A loss can become a beginning, if we choose it to be so.View Profile»
Barbara regularly leads a retreat specifically designed for women, and develops coaching engagements for clients both within and outside of organizations.View Profile»
The Vartys are attracting a group of people who work at restoring nature.View Profile»
Alison’s career began as a response to the death of her first child. Over the years Alison has expanded her career platform to include the gamut of issues facing children today from the importance of healthy eating to cyberbullying.View Profile»
Bret Martin survived colon cancer with a positive attitude. His hope for the future is infectious. For those touched by cancer, Bret has created the ultimate pep talk in the form of songs and compelling dialogue.View Profile»