Daniella Monet is an actress, philanthropist, entrepreneur, beauty and wellness guru. Having been plant-based for over seventeen years, she has become a tremendous voice for conscious, healthy, and kind living. So tremendous in fact, that she’s invested in three thriving companies: Kinder Beauty (co-founder alongside Harry Potter’s Evanna Lynch), Pig Out Chips (through Outstanding Foods), and Sugar Taco which just opened on Melrose in Los Angeles.Her previous television credits include “Listen Up,” opposite Jason Alexander, “Baby Daddy,” and Nickelodeon’s “Victorious,” amongst many others. She also served as host of Paradise Run (shot on location in Hawaii), and appeared in former co-star Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” video.
Aysha Akhtar, M.D., M.P.H., is a double-board certified neurologist and preventive medicine specialist, with a background in public health. She is the CEO of the Center for Contemporary Sciences, which is pioneering the transition to replace the use of animals in experimentation with effective human-based technologies. Dr. Akhtar is the author of the recent book, Our Symphony With Animals. On Health, Empathy and Our Shared Destinies. Combining medicine, social sciences, and stories, her book explores how deeply the well-being of humans and animals are entwined. She is also the author of Animals and Public Health, which argues for the need for medical/health institutions to include animals as part of the “public” in public health. Dr. Akhtar is a Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics. Previously she served as Deputy Director of the U.S. Army Traumatic Brain Injury Program and Commander in the US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. Dr. Akhtar has appeared in television shows and interviewed by national media.
Blast from the past! ~ Daniella’s business partner – actress and entrepreneur Evanna Lynch – was also on the show back in 2019 along with Suzy Cameron, wife of director James Cameron. Have a listen to the episode at: Love of Mother Earth with Suzy Cameron and Evanna Lynch
Enchanted April is underway! Every morning this month I’ll feature an inspirational quote on my social media channels and do a live video about it on my Facebook page. If you miss the live video you can watch it on my YouTube page. Also in April, my online course Compassionate Eating is available at no cost to you. Just enter the code prayer123 when signing up. And I am happy to announce that the documentary A Prayer For Compassion is now available on Amazon Prime!
- Facebook Live, April 12 ~ The NYC Veggie Pride Parade has been cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic but the online Veggie Pride Parade is still happening and people from around the world can attend. Schedule a watch party! – Veggie Pride Parade
- Lifelong Weight Loss Webinar, April 23 – Plant-powered Metro New York
- Dr. Rao’s Prayer for Compassion Reunion Webinar, May 23 – more information to come on ClimateHealers.org
- Veganism and Indian Thought Webinar with Dr. Sailesh rao and Gopal Patel, May 3 @4 pm – more information to come
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