We are pleased to introduce the incredible minds behind the Future Generations Now Network! Please take a moment to learn more about each of them below, and feel free to contact us if you are feeling inspired!
Mimi Kim is an accomplished entrepreneur, philanthropist, and the CEO/ Co-Founder of ChefDance.
In addition to managing one of the longest running culinary events in North America, Mimi is committed to creating experiences that inspire real human connection in tandem with acts of kindness all over the world.
Phillip is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Trousdale Ventures, LLC. A noted businessman, entrepreneur, philanthropist, patron of the arts and historic automobile enthusiast, Sarofim has built a portfolio that encompasses a wide array of companies at the leading-edge of technology, medicine, clean energy, media and consumer products.
Brooke Burke is a TV host, fitness guru, podcaster, author, and one of social media's most followed moms with almost 4 million followers. Brooke has graced the cover of countless fitness, fashion, and lifestyle magazines. FGN looks forward to collaborating with Brooke on programs focused on wellness and health.
Ellen Lee is the CEO/ Founder of The Almond Tree organization, a non-profit based in Los Angeles, California. Ellen, along with key members of Almond Tree, volunteer time each month to provide Cosmetology classes and technical training for members of the Wonderland Community Center in Tijuana, as well as several other churches and charities in Mexico.
Don is the Superintendent at Vista Charter Public Schools. His leadership has led to a greater commitment to rigorous Vista programming including Way of Council, Kagan Cooperative Learning strategies, Project Lead the Way STEM offerings, and an integrated technology strategic plan connected to the 2016 International Standards for Technical Education.
Skyler is the Founder of Future Generations Now, as well as a performing artist and current freshman at The Harvard Westlake School. To date, she has raised more than $500K for programs in the areas of child wellness, education, and the environment. She continues her humanitarian work alongside her studies, speaking on issues of racism, civil rights, and environmental issues.