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Alexis Sclamberg is a personal growth writer and speaker. A former lawyer, Alexis has been called the “manifestation master of her generation” and is known for taking the woo-woo out of the law of attraction and breaking down complex scientific facts into simple tools for manifestation.
She is at work on her first book, Borrowed Wisdom for Love, and contributes personal essays to publications including Cosmopolitan and Forbes, blogs for The Huffington Post, and writes for Women’s Media Center and Women’s eNews, among other publications. She is an Instructor at Barnard’s Athena Center for Leadership Studies and a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Dr. Sharon Ufberg
Dr. Ufberg is a radio host and freelance journalist who writes about the human spirit, women who make a difference, philanthropic initiatives and women musicians. She contributes to NPR’s 51%, A Woman’s Perspective radio show and is a featured host of her new segment Force of Nature. Sharon is a published writer who interviews and blogs for The Huffington Post and is a regular contributor on Huff Post Live and is the past health and wellness editor for Napa Valley Life magazine.
As a seasoned international leader and activist in the areas of women’s health and safety, economic self sufficiency, domestic violence and human trafficking, Dr. Ufberg serves as a delegate to the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women and is the past chairperson of Project Kesher, the largest nongovernmental women’s organization of the former Soviet Union.
Dr. Ufberg is the past Chair of the California State Board of Chiropractic Examiners and is an Adjunct Professor at Beth Israel Medical Center’s Continuum Center for Health and Healing in New York City.
A NYC transplant, Dr. Ufberg now lives in Napa Valley, grows her own veggies and prides herself on being an awesome home cook and wine lover.