Katie Dalebout

Katie Dalebout is an author, host, and podcast producer. She is the founder of LET IT OUT, a website, podcast, and community which mission is to help people let out whatever they’re hiding so they can be their most authentic selves. Katie is also the author of Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling, a book all about journaling for mental wellness and clarity as well as cultivating deeper self-awareness and creativity.

Laura Bennett

Laura Bennett is a radio host, writer, and presenter. She is the Afternoons Presenter at Hope Media Limited, Sydney’s leading Christian media organization, communicating messages of hope and inspiration to transform life, faith, and culture. Laura self-published her bestselling book ‘Live Your Dream’ in 2015 and edits her own online magazine ‘The Connect Press’.

Matthew Dicks

Matthew Dicks is an international best-selling author of Milo and Unexpectedly. He is an award-winning educator and co-founder of Speak Up, a New England storytelling organization. Matthew teaches storytelling worldwide, and his novels are translated into 25 languages.

Michael Moffett

LtCol Michael Moffett (USMCR, ret.) is a retired Marine Corps officer and professor, columnist, and author. He is currently a New Hampshire State Representative, a blogger, and a columnist who loves to put words together. He has written several books but is most proud of co-authoring FAHIM SPEAKS: A Warrior-Actor’s Odyssey from Afghanistan to Hollywood and Back with Fahim Fazli, an Afghan-American movie actor and interpreter he met when they were both deployed to Afghanistan with the Marines. The critically-acclaimed FAHIM SPEAKS won the Gold Medal for top biography from the Military Writers Society of America.

Joseph Skibell

Joseph Skibell is a novelist, speaker, and public intellectual. He is the prize-winning author of the novels, A Blessing on the Moon, The English Disease, and A Curable Romantic; plus the nonfiction books, My Father’s Guitar and Other Imaginary Things, a collection of true stories; and Six Memos from the Last Millennium: A Novelist Reads the Talmud, a mythopoetic study of the tales in the Talmud. Skibell is also the Winship Distinguished Research Professor in the Humanities at Emory University.