Our first guest today is Wellness Lifestyle Expert Jamie Hess. She will share tips and recommendations for a healthier daily routine, keeping your body and mind fit, making “me” time, and focusing on your health, fitness, and wellness. Some examples of helping you manage stress come from the latest news and advancements in self-care, rest & recovery, the building blocks of wellness. These will help keep colds and allergies at bay and manage stress.
Jamie Hess is a wellness lifestyle expert and the co-creator of @NYCfitfam. Named “one of the seven fittest couples on Instagram” by Women’s Health magazine, Jamie and her family have been featured on Dr. Oz, The Daily Burn, Refinery29, The New York Post, The Observer, Mindbody Green, and more. She focuses on fitness, nutrition, wellness hacks, and conscious parenting. For more information, visit her website, swoontalent.com.
Our second guest today is Dan Lambe, the President of the Arbor Day Foundation, an organization founded in 1972. Today he will discuss why the Arbor Day Foundation is renewing its efforts to plant 500 million trees. He also explains how trees oxygenate the planet, purify water and air, lower city temperatures, provide habitat, and nurture the soul. Over the course of his tenure, Dan has become a trusted resource for corporate sustainability leaders and the media alike. He has become influential in the sustainability and forestry space, regularly featured as a speaker at conferences hosted by the United Nations, Sustainable Brands, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 3BL, and others. He is a member of the World Economic Forum, 1t.org Stakeholder Council, serves as a board member for the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, sits on the steering committee for the Sustainable Urban Forests Coalition, and is a recipient of the Chief’s Honor Award — the U.S. Forest Service’s highest award. Dan is also a frequent resource for publications such as CNN, NPR, Popular Science, and Fast Company.
Under Dan’s leadership, the Foundation has grown to become the largest nonprofit membership organization dedicated to planting trees. During his 16 years with the Foundation, he has led the development of innovative programs that expand the organization’s global reach, including international forest restoration efforts and the most recent Tree Cities of the World program. In addition, Dan spearheads the Arbor Day Foundation’s Evergreen Alliance — a strategic group of corporate leaders dedicated to helping the organization meet its Time for Trees initiative to plant 100 million trees and inspire 5 million tree planters by 2022. For More Information, visit: www.ArborDay.org
Our third guest today is Major General Gregory Mosser, Deputy Chief of the Army Reserve. Major General Mosser discusses how the Army Reserve is connecting with a new generation of prospective soldiers. The U.S. Army’s latest campaign, “It’s Your Time,” focuses on the rewarding opportunities for today’s youth to accelerate their personal and professional aspirations in the Army Reserve. The campaign appeals to motivated, capable youth of all backgrounds by highlighting tangible ways soldiers level up their skill sets with added benefits of Army Reserve training, tuition assistance, and work-life flexibility. The Army Reserve is distinct from other ways to serve because it allows soldiers to enhance their civilian careers or pursue higher education while serving the country part-time. These Soldiers supplement the Army’s operational and strategic capabilities by providing units with in-demand skills across military intelligence, civil affairs, engineering, cyber, medical, legal, and aviation fields and beyond.
The “It’s Your Time” campaign illustrates the complementary civilian and military lifestyles of Army Reserve soldiers through four films depicting personality themes – Helper, Solver, Fixer, Connector – that align with the interests of today’s youth and opportunities in the Army Reserve. The films visually capture how this combination of experiences helps individuals realize their full potential. For more information, visit www.usar.army.mil.