Fairfax 3/16/2021 8:00 AM

Our first guest is Donna Hartley an International inspirational speaker for over three decades. Donna Hartley is a former Miss Hawaii and television actress.  Her life story and her books will be discussed on the show today, she will focus on tips for other heart patients. Donna just had less-invasive heart surgery to replace her aortic valve – for a second time. And of course, these days she is surviving the global pandemic. Donna has shared her compelling story on NBC, ABC, PBS, and in The New York Times. A sought-after expert on surviving challenges and developing inner leadership and communication. Her story is captivating. Donna is a member of the National Speakers Association. For more information go to: https://donnahartley.com/


Our second guest is Ashley Byrne, Associate Director of PETA will discuss the latest book,“Animalkind” by Ingrid Newkirk has published, along with bestselling author Gene Stone. ANIMALKIND, Lives; as well as their extraordinary talents, deep emotions, and amazing intelligence, and the many exciting and easy ways people can act to prevent harm to animals. This latest book highlights some of the wonders of animal life and offers tools for living kindly toward the fellow beings on our shared planet. For more information go to :PETA.org



Our third guest is Dr. Sadiya Kahn from the Northwestern Medicine Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute in Chicago. Dr. Kahn  discusses the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States – heart disease: what steps to take to halt its progress and what the hospital is doing to fight the pandemic. For more information go to the https://www2.heart.org/



Our last guest is Dr. Huma Haider will discuss Brain Injury and she knows firsthand how devastating this can be. She lost her husband to a TBI and has devoted her life to the study of traumatic brain injuries. She will discuss the revolution in the diagnosis and treatment of TBI. She will also share her personal story, why she founded the National Brain Injury Institute, and the innovative techniques used to diagnose and treat patients. Her medical career led her to Houston where she founded the National Brain Injury Institute. She is pioneering a technique and protocol to activate a 20-year-old imaging technology called Diffusion Tensor Imaging.  Now serving patients in all 50 US states, Dr. Huma Haider is a rare gem.  She’s someone who genuinely cares for people who are suffering from this terrible injury. For more information, please visit, and click PRESS ROOM: https://www.nationalbii.com/

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