Michael Morton spent 25 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit: the murder of his wife. In late 2011, he became the 45th person in the state of Texas to be exonerated based on DNA evidence.
Deepak Chopra is the world’s most celebrated practitioner of mind-body medicine — a champion of physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social wellness. He’s written more than 75 books, including many New York Times best-sellers.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is a celebrated advocate and activist on behalf of the environment, conservation and responsible stewardship of the planet through two watchdog groups dedicated to protecting water in New York and worldwide.
Harry Shearer is an Emmy- and Grammy-nominated actor and writer whose credits include “Spinal Tap,” “A Mighty Wind” and “The Simpsons.” “The Big Uneasy,” his documentary about New Orleans before and after Katrina, was released in 2010.
Wendy Kopp is founder and CEO of Teach for America, which has recruited the best and brightest college students to become teachers where they’re needed most — in urban and rural public schools — for more than two decades.