Personal growth, serving others, adventure and leading an active lifestyle have always excited Sammie. She stumbled upon a leadership program called Mountains and Marathons that took her on a six-month journey of physical, mental, and personal development. The program concluded recently this year (2020) with an epic climb up Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Upon reaching the summit Sammie knew then what she had embarked on was just the beginning of more passion, opportunity, adventure, and career exploration. Since then she has created a platform to inspire others to live their most authentic life.
Corey Presley is a creative and versatile videographer. Experienced and efficient in the process of creating video projects from concept to completion. Passionate about the art of cinematography.
He is the perfect example of someone who did not let their creative mind slip away as he became older. Creating videos for fun as a kid, he experiences the same fulfillment now, but for a living.
Steve is a graduate of Michigan State University where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics. He then continued postgraduate studies at WMU Cooley Law School for two years before submitting withdrawal for medical reasons. Steve subsequently entered treatment to get the help he needed and decided it was not in his best interest to return to Cooley. In early recovery, Steve’s path led him straight to the gym. During that time, the gym made him feel healthy and alive for the first time in years. It was fitness that saved his life.
Steve realized he could share his love and passion for fitness, nutrition, and supplementation with others. He decided to become a certified personal trainer. Additionally, Steve is a culinary contributor on the most-visited fitness website in the world, where he has six published articles featuring his original recipes.
Johnathon Jones is a machine when it comes to hard work, focus and perseverance. He is an American professional basketball player, who last played for KK Igokea of the Bosnian League and Adriatic League. Before that, and at the beginning of his collegiate career, John was already topping the NCAA in assists. By his junior season, he lead the nation in assists.
And that's just the basketball side of Johnathon Jones. Currently, John is pulling double-duty, working at FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) while pursuing his MBA.
Amy Harris is a photographer, writer, and engineer who resides near Cincinnati, Ohio and New Orleans, LA. She has been lucky enough to travel the world for the past 20 years flying over 2 million miles visiting over 40 countries on 6 continents. She has taken photos that capture the time and spirit of the places along the way. People are her favorite subjects to provide a glimpse into daily life and celebration in these far away places.
Her work can be seen in various publications and websites including: Rolling Stone, AP Images/Associated Press, NY Times, Washington Post, National Geographic Books, Fodor’s Travel Guides, Forbes.com, Paste Magazine, Lonely Planet Travel Guides, JetStar magazine, and Delta Sky Magazine.
In 2005, at the age of 17, Megan suffered a traumatic brain injury while playing college basketball. Unfortunately, due to doctor malpractice, she had no idea of the TBI until she was 25 years old. The effects of the brain injury, coupled with several other concussions, severely impaired her cognitive and emotional health, as well as her memory. Since then, Megan has been on a relentless and restless journey of self-healing and organic recovery.
Regardless of life's challenges, Megan pushes upward and onward. She is a coach, personal trainer and nutritionist during the week, as well as a photographer by the weekend. But let's not stop there...the weekends are still filled with coaching and training; however, Megan either flies out early, or stays back, over the course of a weekend competition to capture the cultural and social lifestyles of any given location.