In Celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Join Us Nov. 9th for a Heartfelt Conversation Across Races: Our Own Work and How to Honor Each Other


 We invite you to join us for this discussion between four transformational leaders as they speak honestly with vulnerability about race, Indigenous people, and how we can honor each other and move towards unity!

This will be an unscripted, real, and intimate conversation with transformational leaders from different races as they share  their experiences, feelings and hopes for transformation for themselves in relationship to Indigenous People and each other.

Date & Time: Nov. 9, 2021
at 9 am PDT / 10 am MDT / 11 am CDT / 12 pm EDT

You may enjoy this conversation if you are feeling or wondering about these things:

Dr. Anita Sanchez

Meet Your Host - Dr. Anita Sanchez!

I’m a Nahua (Aztec) and Mexican American. I’m a transformational leadership consultant, speaker, coach, and author of the 2019 International Latino Book Award for The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times published by Simon & Schuster.

My experience bridges Indigenous teachings with the latest science to inspire and equip women and men to enjoy meaningful, empowered lives and careers. I’m also acknowledged as a thought leader in the arena of culture, large-scale change, diversity, equity, and inclusion. I’ve received some awards, including Conscious Company Media 2020 World Changing Woman award and World Woman Foundation’s Woman of the Hour, #SheisMyHero.

Meet the Other Transformational Leaders In This Powerful Conversation

Fred Johnson

Fred Johnson

Fred Johnson’s expertise is in bringing people together from diverse spiritual and cultural backgrounds to create artistic forums for learning, sharing, reconciliation, vision and hope. He spent the past 16 years working in America, Europe and the Middle East presenting seminars on the power of creative expression as a tool for personal well-being and healing. As a student for nine years of West African natural healing Indigenous music traditions, Fred brings to the contemporary world a fusion of ancient sound traditions, coupled with 21st-century science on the power of the vibration universe.

The fact that Fred Johnson has opened for both Aretha Franklin and Dr. Deepak Chopra points to his versatility as an artist. An acclaimed jazz musician and performer, Fred is a graduate of the National Academy of the Performing Arts as well as the Master Performers School of the National Mime Theater.

He is recognized globally for his work in the health and wellness community and was instrumental in establishing the inspiring “Hearts & Hope” program at the University of Florida Medical Center. His presentations on the healing power of music have caught the attention of internationally recognized holistic health practitioners.

Shelly Lefkoe

Shelly Lefkoe

Shelly Lefkoe is a co-founder and Vice President of Lefkoe Institute, a San Francisco Bay Area firm whose mission is “To significantly improve the quality of life on the planet by having people recreate their lives and live as the unlimited possibilities they are.”

Her personal vision is to transform the way people parent. She believes that if we raise a conscious generation of children, violence will end, people will treat each other with respect and dignity, and life on this planet will be better for everyone. Shelly is the author of “Parenting the Lefkoe Way,” a seven-CD guide to effective parenting, and coauthor of The Chicken Soup for the Soul Guide to Effective Parenting. This book empowers parents—through their interactions with their children—to help those children form positive, rather than negative, beliefs about themselves, people and life.

Shelly has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients worldwide rid themselves of a wide variety of problems including phobias, relationships that never seem to work, violence, procrastination, unwillingness to confront people, eating disorders, drug and alcohol addiction, and sexual dysfunction. Her clients have been able to eliminate emotional patterns such as fear, hostility, shyness, anxiety, depression, worry about what people think of them, and a negative sense of themselves. This work has made her an expert on how to raise healthy, successful children who are free of limiting beliefs.

Ken Druck

Ken Druck has been touching millions of lives for the past 40+ years through his books (“The Secrets Men Keep,” “How To Talk to Your Kids,” “Healing Your Life After the Loss of a Loved One,” The Real Rules of Life” and “Courageous Aging”), TV appearances (CNN, PBS, Larry King Live and Oprah), keynote speeches (YPO, Harvard School of Public Health, The United Nations and Million Dollar Round Table), Coaching/Consulting with leaders/Executive Management Teams of Fortune 500 companies and through the award-winning programs of The Jenna Druck Foundation, which he founded in 1996 to honor the life and spirit of his daughter, Jenna.


“Dr. Ken,” as he is affectionately called, is considered among the world’s foremost authorities on resilience and turning life’s adversities into opportunities. Past recipient of the “Distinguished Contribution to Psychology” award, Ken is called upon regularly in the aftermath of complex, critical incident situations such as 9-11, Columbine and Sandy Hook.


Ken Druck received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the Fielding Institute. Druck Enterprises Inc. is based in Del Mar, California, USA where Ken lives with his fiance, Lisette, and their 4-legged child, Bean.

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