Rob Kenney is known as the “Internet Dad” (a Google search of that term immediately brings up his name). But he’s also a self-described introvert who, through genuine concern for others, unexpectedly achieved digital fame during the pandemic. His channel “Dad, How do I” has more than 4 million subscribers, drawn by his straightforward tips and sincere encouragement.
Heath Wilson and Joey Odom are the co-founders of Aro, a company focused on helping individuals and families establish healthier relationships with their digital devices. The company’s goal is to create an environment in which people can connect more meaningfully with each other and be more present in their daily lives.
Josh Whalen is an entrepreneur, healthcare executive, developer, philanthropist, and the CEO and founder of Blokes, a pioneering telehealth platform designed to redefine men’s health. He has dedicated himself to creating innovative solutions to pressing issues.
Jason Reid is a successful businessman, coach for CEOs, and founder of over 20 businesses. He is also the founder of the Tell My Story foundation, a nonprofit organization aimed at educating and empowering parents to support their children’s mental health struggles.
Clifton Corbin RFC®, MBA, is a passionate financial literacy advocate, author, experienced business consultant, and a registered financial consultant. With over two decades of experience as a business consultant, he shifted gears from his two-decade-long business consulting career to become a full-time stay-at-home dad. This new path spurred him to author “Your Kids, Their Money” a book providing parents with the know-how and strategies to impart financial literacy to their children.
Rich Grogan is a dedicated master martial artist, inspirational leader, best-selling author, and devoted father. As the creator of the Grogan’s Bully Proof System and author of “Becoming Bully Proof”, Master Rich Grogan aims to empower 10 million kids and adults with hope, faith, and confidence to believe in themselves and stand up to every bully they face, both real and in their minds.