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Best-Selling Author, Peak Performance Strategist, & Leadership & Well-Being Expert

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David Nico, PhD is recognized as one of "America's Ultimate Experts" according to Woman's World Magazine. As a peak performance strategist, keynote speaker, and certified lifestyle medicine coach, his passion is to help leaders live well so they can model vitality, inspire vision, and create a legacy. As a well-being catalyst, his advice helps organizations integrate customized wellness solutions with current lifestyle health principles, practices, and products. David is the author of the bestseller Diet Diagnosis and his health tips air on national television networks reaching millions of viewers. He is an expert voice quoted in the media outlets Forbes, Business Insider, US News & World Report, MSN, Men's Health, Prevention, Reader's Digest, USA Today, and more. Nico's work is endorsed by New York Times best-selling authors, distinguished professors, and top marketplace leaders. 

Two-Time NHL Stanley Cup Champion & Television Broadcaster

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Bill Clement is a 2-time Stanley Cup champion and the top hockey analyst for ESPN. He is the host of NHL.com’s coverage of the National Hockey League, NBC's coverage of hockey at the Winter Olympics, and NBC's racquet sports host for Summer Olympics. He recently authored "EverDay Leadership: Crossing Gorges on Tightropes to Success" with foreword by Wayne Gretzky.

ESPN On-Air Personality, Paralympic Gold Medalist, & World Record Holder

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Victoria was 11 years old when she came down with a rare viral disease, Transverse Myelitis, with which she battled for five years including four years in a vegetative coma. The disease left her without the use of her legs for nearly a decade. A lifelong swimmer and athlete, Victoria never gave up her childhood dream of competing in the Olympics Games. In June of 2010 she returned to the pool for the first time since her illness and in the spring of 2012 she qualified for the London Paralympic Games in four events. There she won a Gold Medal, and three Silver Medals. Despite missing five years of school during her illness, Victoria graduated on-time with her triplet brothers, from Exeter High School (New Hampshire) in June of 2013. Victoria is now an on-air TV personality with ESPN reporting for numerous programs including X-Games, Invictus Games, The ESPY Awards, espnW, Frozen Four, Special Olympics World Games and Sportscenter.
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