Megan Felt discovered Irena Sendler while in high school and helped bring the story of this Holocaust hero to the world. She now works to encourage school children to uncover unsung heroes with the Lowell Milken Center.
Scott Dietrich explains his pro-hero program in schools that addresses bullying. Instead of addressing what schools don't want, he suggests focusing on what they do want.
Travis Price started a world-wide movement against bullying after a single decision in twelfth grade.
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.
Rachel Sykes and Jeremy Frith introduce the concept of Growth Mindset and relate it to heroic action. Using the psychology of mindset, they explain how people can overcome their hesitance to act.
How can you implement a Growth Mindset in your community, school, or workplace? Frith and Sykes explain how.
Rosie Thomas introduces her work in co-creating Project Rockit, the youth-driven anti-bullying initiative that is using student action to solve the long-standing issue of bullying.
John Hendry leads the teaching of positive psychology at Geelong Grammar. Here he discusses the position heroes hold in the positive psychology field.
Kerryn Vaughan shares her experiences and insights from working with Magnificent Kids around the world.