Claudia Angeli, Ph.D.

Claudia Angeli, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor @ Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center

Claudia Angeli was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina and moved to the U.S.A. to attend college. After completing her PhD, she started her career at Frazier Rehab Institute. In 2006, she became involved in spinal cord injury research and focused on activity-based retraining of the nervous system following SCI.

Melissa Spitz

Melissa Spitz

Artist

Melissa Spitz is a working artist in Brooklyn, NY. She received her BFA from the University of Missouri - Columbia and her MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Spitz is the recipient of Magnum’s 2018 Inge Morath Award, given each year to a woman photographer under the age of 30 to support a long-term documentary project.

Molly Ford

Molly Ford

Senior Director of Global Equality Program @ Salesforce

Molly Ford is the Senior Director of Global Equality Programs at Salesforce, the World’s Most Innovative Company according to Forbes and one of Fortune’s Best Companies to Work for eight years in a row. In this role, she is responsible for shaping and sharing the company’s core value of Equality and evangelizing the Salesforce culture.

Tamika Catchings

Tamika Catchings

Director of Player Programs & Franchise Development @ Pacers

Tamika Catchings is a 4X Olympic Gold Medalist and Indiana’s “do-everything” forward who retired after 16 seasons with the WNBA’s Indiana Fever. Author, Speaker, Philanthropist, ESPN Basketball Analyst, Director of Player Programs for Pacers Sports & Entertainment and owner of Tea’s Me Café.

Tapati Dutta

Tapati Dutta

Associate Instructor, School of Public Health @ IU Bloomington

Tapati Dutta is a social scientist in community health with professional experience of 20 years in Indian nonprofits and their bilateral collaborators in Kenya, Uganda and South Africa. Her life's tryst from victim-hood to emancipation has been the principal driver for her scholarship and service in ensuring that efficacious biomedical tools become effective among communities-especially women and girls who need them the most.