Madison Stewart is known around the world as Shark Girl. She fights to save the lives of sharks by educating humans.
Omnia Hegazy uses music to create change both in and out of the Muslim world. Here she performs a couple of sings and offers advice.
Chantelle Baxter, co-founder of OneGirl, tells her story from young care-free entrepreneur to dedicated nonprofit founder and the power of people-driven activism.
Former Miss Universe Canada, Denise Garrido, discusses the value of volunteering.
Marketing expert George Brymer suggests that quiet heroes may save the world, but they will never change it. He wants heroes to tell their stories in order to inspire others.
Jean-Robert Cadet discusses his history as a slave in Haiti. His childhood as a Restavek inspired his work today as he works to free child slaves in Haiti.
Chantelle Baxter recounts the story of her transformation into a nonprofit founder and how the experience of helping others has changed her forever.
Chase Masterson and Carrie Goldman go to comic conventions and say, "We all love superheroes - why not be one?"
Kerryn Vaughan shares her experiences and insights from working with Magnificent Kids around the world.
Chris Dite explains the importance of mobilizing large numbers of everyday people in order to change the debate and change the world.