Dennis Abry has taught psychology for 20+ years and is currently residential faculty at Scottsdale Community College. He returns to the podcast to discuss addiction treatment centers in the United States. What may or may not be effective treatment, lack of regulation, and whether “addiction is a disease?”
Freddie Roach is a hall of fame boxing trainer and former professional boxer. He is a 7 time trainer of the year and has trained over 40 world champions and made over 30 champions.
Steve Sisolak has lived in Nevada for over 40 years, where he raised his two daughters and built his business. Steve served on the Nevada Board of Regents for ten years, followed by nine years on the Clark County Commission, where he served as Chairman. Steve will be sworn in as Governor of Nevada on Jan. 7, 2019.
MATT WARBURTON – Matt recently wrapped as Executive Producer and Showrunner of THE MINDY PROJECT for Hulu. Currently, Matt is working on the upcoming Hulu show FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL as an Executive Producer. Prior to this, Matt was a Consulting Producer on COMMUNITY after having worked on THE SIMPSONS for 11 seasons. Matt has won an Emmy for his work on the show, He is a graduate of Harvard and was president of The Lampoon.
Chef Jonathon Sawyer is a proud Clevelander and owner of restaurants The Greenhouse Tavern, Noodlecat, and Trentina. Jonathon is a James Beard award winner and has made appearances on The Chew, Iron Chef America, Dinner Impossible, Chopped, Best Thing I Ever Ate, Unique Eats, and Cleveland Hustle.
Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh, PhD is a Social Psychologist and global thought leader in the fields of couple counseling (with sub-specialization in psychosexual therapy), cross-cultural fluency and diversity and inclusion. “DatingAdvice.com named her one of the 10 Best Sex and Dating Experts in 2015. In March 2018, she was honored by the British Council as a UK Alumni Award finalist in the category of Social Impact. This award is the most prestigious in the category of Education offered by The British Council.
Eileen Spitalny is the co-owner of Fairytale Brownies in Phoenix, AZ. In 1992, her friend since kindergarten and future business partner, David Kravetz took his mom’s brownie recipe and decided they would bake the best brownies in the world. Fairytale Brownies eventually became a mail-order business and in 1995, they bought brownies.com. Eileen and David went from not knowing how to bake to baking and shipping millions of brownies a year all over the world.
Jamill Kelly wrestled at Lassen Community College before transferring to Oklahoma State. He is a four-time National Team Member and two-time World Team Member in 2003 and 2004. He was a 2004 U.S. Open Champion and 2004 Olympic trials champion. He went on to win an Olympic silver medal in the 2004 Olympic Games at 66kg. He has had coaching stints at Harvard, Cal Poly, NC State, Stanford, and currently is an assistant coach at Arizona State University.
Ella Nelson is an Australian track and field athlete. She has won the Australian National Championship three times, competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil and is a 2020 Olympic hopeful for Tokyo. Ella also is a lover of coffee, books, tv shows, having meaningful conversations and surrounding herself with like minded people.
Proof Bread consists of a small group of passionate bakers that is a modern throwback to a way of life that values small-scale craftsmanship, local community, and creativity. The owners Jon and Amanda make sure everything is made by hand with no short cuts. All of their products from the croissants to the breads allow most everyone even gluten sensitive folks to enjoy whole grains grown locally as a result of fermentation.
ames Bonnett comes back on the podcast to talk about his recent fastest known time (FKT) of the Hole-to-Hump. It is a run that starts at the Colorado River at the bottom of the Grand Canyon (elevation – 2500′) and ends at the summit of Mt. Humphreys (elevation – 12,633′ – Arizona’s highest point) covering 72.2 miles with an unofficial time of 16:44. He also discusses pacing Jim Walmsley as he set a new course record at the 2019 Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run.