Chuck Baraw and Chef Wes Jones, Stoweflake Resort, Stowe, VT.
If you are looking for an iconic small town Vermont experience, with a family atmosphere, there is no better place than the Stoweflake Resort, and no better town than Stowe. Listen to my interviews with resort chef Wes Jones-a thrill for foodies and get behind the scenes with owner Chuck Baraw:
Nestled within the heart of Stowe, Vermont, Stoweflake Mountain Resort and Spa beckons year round with upscale accommodations, generous amenities and a wealth of activities, on-property and nearby. Steeped in natural beauty, our idyllic setting on 60 acres will inspire every moment of your day. Challenge yourself with outdoor adventures. Recharge at our sports and wellness center. Or indulge in quieter pursuits at our world-class, full-service spa. As a guest, you’ll be delighted by the many complimentary resort activities available, making Stoweflake the perfect destination to reconnect with family, rekindle romance, or regroup with friends.
Dana White, Leader Designed--Dana W. White weaves a humorous and compelling narrative of her life and career from small-town Virginia to the marble halls of Capitol Hill, the skyscrapers of Hong Kong, and the quartiers of Paris, France. She also shares pivotal lessons on leadership she learned from her grandfather, the publisher of her hometown's only black newspaper, who continued working into his nineties, and other family members, friends, and individuals. She graduated from the University of Chicago as the only black student to earn an undergraduate degree in Chinese history. She'd end up advising Senator John McCain, Governor Sarah Palin, four-star generals and many other influential people. Throughout her journey, she met leaders who encouraged her to achieve her greatest dreams and aspirations. By sharing the advice, words, and wisdom of her greatest mentors, she provides inspiration for you to become a great leader, too.
Dr. Marie Bernard, National Institute on Aging, Hypothermia--Marie A. Bernard, M.D. is Deputy Director of the National Institute on Aging (NIA). She serves as the principal advisor to the NIA director, and working closely with the director oversees over $1 billion in aging research conducted and supported annually by the Institute. As NIA’s senior geriatrician, she is particularly interested in the translation of NIA research from the very basic laboratory to the bedside and community, and in the pipeline of future scientists. She co-chairs the Department of Health and Human Services Older Adults Workgroup and the Dementias, Including Alzheimer’s Disease Workgroup for Healthy People 2020. Within NIH she serves on the Extramural Activities Working Group, the Diversity Working Group, and co-chairs the Women of Color Committee of the Women in Biomedical Careers Working Group.