Lucia Tiffany is the owner of 3-D Health LLC and author of 2 plant-based cookbooks, plus one more book in the making. She has a passion for supporting women in their journey to optimal health through education and coaching. She seeks to empower women to take charge of their own health to prevent and reverse chronic lifestyle diseases such as diabetes. She’s a natural educator who has a knack of presenting principles of holistic living in an easy to understand and actionable format. Lucia has been involved in lifestyle education for over 50 years and is a Certified Lifestyle Coach. She has given plant-based cooking schools and health seminars around the world and has been featured in several shows on the 3ABN TV network.
The Metabolic Mess of Stress
Howard Brown is an author, Silicon Valley entrepreneur, interfaith peacemaker, two-time stage IV cancer survivor and healthcare advocate. For more than three decades, Howard’s business innovations, leadership principles, mentoring and his resilience in beating cancer against long odds have made him a sought-after speaker and consultant for businesses, nonprofits, congregations, and community groups. His hard-earned wisdom led him to become a nationally known patient advocate and survivorship coach / “cancer whisperer” to many families. In his business career, Howard was a pioneer in helping to launch a series of technology startups before he co-founded two social networks that were the first to connect religious communities around the world. Howard, his wife Lisa and daughter Emily currently reside in Michigan.
Breaking the Cycle: Conquering (Cancer) Health-Related Stress
Jennifer Jill Schwirzer, LPC
Jennifer is an author, speaker, TV host, professional counselor, musician, wife, mother, active Christian, and a friend to many. Jennifer has a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University, and a Doctoral degree in Community Counseling from Liberty University. She has spoken all over the world, written 14 books, and hosted two TV programs. She loves to communicate about the fascinating intersection between theology and psychology, and does so whenever, and however, she gets a chance.