John Levinsohn shares his influential philosophy for a life well lived. The new Mill Valley Redwoods Retirement Center for Dynamic Aging has been named the John L. Levinsohn Center for Dynamic Aging. This is no accident as he is an individual that stays involved in life and community and urges us to do the same. Watch this short video to learn how a "city boy" became a protector of the environment and a nurturing partner for dynamic aging.

Marion's kind heart is revealed in this video about philanthropy. Born into a wealthy family, she had to learn to how to live her life authentically while managing and sharing her gifts of abundance. Finding her own path to philanthropy was challenging, but Marion intuitively knew that her gifts must be based on heartfelt and healing endeavors. The video tells of her journey. Understanding her own spirit and love for nature has inspired her to the create the philanthropic organization, Flow Funding. Her generous gifts through Flow Funding have been full of surprises and blessings, and the flows outward into the world have enriched her life as well as the recipients at a time of great need. Thank You, Marion for all your blessings and support!

In 1974 Elaine was the first (and only) woman to lead the Black Panther Party. So what did the Black Panthers and Huey Johnson, an environmentalist, have in common? A lot, as we will learn in this interview between Huey and Elaine. Elaine shares the lessons she learned from Huey Johnson and how they have influenced her life's work. She explains her current project aimed to create opportunities for those with "extreme barriers to employment" such as former inmates, disabled people and others. Her passion and spirit should inspire us all.

Native American, John Echohawk, tells his story of how and why he went to law school and how he became one of the best advocates for Native American rights in the country.

Robert Garcia shares his story about The City Project, which he founded in Los Angeles in 2000. The City Project exists to build support for city parks as a civil rights issue for communities of color. The City Project is based on the idea that children in the inner cities deserve to have a safe, green, place to play. In order to appreciate nature, children must first experience it for themselves. Robert explains why this issue is important to him.

Founder of the Trust for Public Land (TPL), Huey Johnson, interviews Will Rogers, president and CEO of TPL, about his role in land conservation, his passion for bee keeping and his natural leadership skills. Will shares why parks in the urban environment are so essential to urban living and how TPL helps to create these critical urban open spaces.  Will shares his thoughts about leadership and risk taking within the context of land conservation.