Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is an NBA legend who played center for the L.A. Lakers and the Milwaukee Bucks and holds the title of the NBA’s all-time leading scorer. In 2000, he coached the Clippers under owner Donald Sterling and recently wrote a Time Magazine piece on Sterling’s racial controversy.
Monica Mehta is a financial expert, investor and author of The Entrepreneurial Instinct. In addition to her role as a managing principal at Seventh Capital Investment, Mehta is an ambassador for Operation Hope’s Project 5117, which seeks to “empower economic mobility by teaching five million at-risk kids financial literacy basics and providing one million middle and high school students entrepreneurship training.”
Walter Kirn is the author of eight books and two e-books, including Up in the Air and Thumbsucker – both of which have been made into films. His latest work, Blood Will Out, is about his “unsuspecting ten-year friendship with the imposter and murder who called himself ‘Clark Rockefeller.’”
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom is the Lieutenant Governor of California. He chairs the California Commission on Economic Development and is the author of Citizenville: How to Take the Town Square Digital and Reinvent Government.
Ziggy Marley joins the panel mid-show to talk about his latest album, Fly Rasta. Marley has also authored his first children’s book, I Love You Too, and created Ziggy Marley Organics, a line of GMO-free food products.
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