Sarah Sunshine Manning
“Radical Narrative Shifts in Media Representations of Indigenous Women”
Sarah Sunshine Manning is an award-winning, independent journalist writing and reporting on Indigenous issues. Her work has been published at Truthdig, Levo League, YES! Magazine, Whetstone Magazine, Red Ink Magazine, Indian Country Today and other publications. She is currently working as the lead producer of the NDN Collective podcast and blog. Sarah is an enrolled member of the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Indian Reservation in northern Nevada and southern Idaho. She is also a descendant of the Chippewa-Cree Tribes of Rocky Boy, Montana.
Adrianne Pinkney, Ph.D.
"It all starts in the mind: A discussion on gender"
Adrianne Rochelle Pinkney is the founder of B. Well: Live Consciously, an integrative wellness and life coaching service that offers individual coaching, group coaching, corporate training, wellness retreats and motivational speaking. She inspires others to consciously create loving lives that work! Dr. Pinkney specializes in Integrative Wellness, Mindfulness, Career coaching, Codependency, Family and Relationship Issues, Men and Women of Color, Bullying, Difficult Teens and Body Image and Health. Pinkney has graduated from some of Georgia’s finest schools including Spelman College, the University of Georgia and Emory University, where she completed her doctoral studies. She is an Ambassador for the Integrative Wellness Academy and promotes whole-life wellness to all. As a coach, she encourages, “Conscious creation through conscious choice.”