Prince Harry to speak at two-day Uplift summit for business leaders, with tickets costing $1K each

These are all the other guest speakers at the upcoming BetterUp summit and their achievements, according to event’s website

Issa Rae: Emmy and Golden Globe nominated, CEO of HOORAE, New York Times best selling author, and beloved star and creator of HBO’s hit ‘Insecure’

Alexi Robichaux: CEO and co-founder of BetterUp shows why tapping into the power of human transformation will help fuel the organizational outcomes your business needs to thrive now and in the future 

Robin Arzón: New York Times Best-Selling Author and VP of Fitness Programming and Head Instructor at Peloton. She was named one of the most influential people on Fortune’s 40 Under 40 list in 2020 and is the first-ever recipient of Glamour’s ‘Daring to Disrupt’ Award

Quinetta Roberson, PhD: Distinguished Professor of Management and Psychology at Michigan State University guides you on how and why taking an inclusive approach to employee growth and development yields greater and more sustained impact

Adam Grant, PhD: Organizational psychologist and Wharton professor hosts a fireside chat that explores the inextricable link between purpose at work and performance and why it unlocks employees’ full potential

Martin E.P. Seligman, PhD: The Zellerbach Family Professor of Psychology, Director of the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania, and a best-selling author. In 2021, Academic Influence named him the most influential psychologist in the world

Eduardo Medina: Co-founder and serves as the Chief Operating Officer of BetterUp. He leads coaching, business operations, and product delivery and impact. Eduardo is a passionate advocate for education, economic access, and equity in the workplace

Sonja Lyubomirsky, PhD: World-renowned professor at UC Riverside shares how more connection across your workforce will help them overcome obstacles and cope with difficulties

Rhonda Morris: VP and CHRO for Chevron Corporation where she leads Chevron’s people and culture strategy, including leadership succession, learning and talent, diversity and inclusion, workforce planning, and total rewards

David Chang: Chef, restaurateur, author, and TV personality. He is the founder of the Momofuku restaurant group, which includes the celebrated Momofuku Noodle Bar and Ssäm Bar. David also hosts several popular series including ‘Ugly Delicious’ on Netflix

Dr Myron Rolle: An award-winning senior neurosurgery resident and Global Neurosurgery Fellow at Harvard-Massachusetts General Hospital, Rhodes Scholar, best-selling author, and former professional football player in the National Football League

Brigadier General Shawn W. Campbell: Director of Manpower, Organization and Resources, for the United States Air Force. He leads the management and oversight of more than 694k personnel and the programming of more than $61 billion in annual funding

Laura Fuentes: Executive Vice President and CHRO at Hilton, an organization that’s been ranked #2 on the Fortune 100 Best Places to Work in the US. Since joining Hilton in 2013, she has led HR functions including Recruiting, D&I, L&D, and People Analytics & Strategy

Josh Bersin: HR guru and founder of the renowned Bersin & Associates leads a riveting deep-dive into his latest book that introduces a new way to think about organizational design, employee engagement, and employee development

Gabriella Rosen Kellerman M.D: Chief Innovation Officer at BetterUp and has served as chief product officer and head of BetterUp Labs, founding CEO of LifeLink, former executive at Castlight Health, and an advisor to health and technology companies

Scott Barry Kaufman, PhD: Cognitive scientist and humanistic psychologist exploring the depths of human potential. He’s a professor at Columbia University, director of the Center for Human Potential, and host of The Psychology Podcast

Robin J. Ely, PhD: Economist and Harvard Business School Professor explains why going beyond just diversity and inclusion to promote belonging can have a transformative effect on your business

Marshall Goldsmith: Executive coach and best-selling author. He’s been ranked as the World’s #1 Executive Coach and Top Ten Business Thinker for eight years and won the Lifetime Award for Leadership by the Harvard Institute of Coaching

Damian Vaughn, PhD: Leader of program development at BetterUp. After a career in the NFL, he earned an M.A. and a Ph.D. in positive developmental psychology from Claremont Graduate University. Damian is also a Clinical Professor at the University of Oregon

Pat Wadors: Chief People Officer at UKG and is ranked as one of the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology by the National Diversity Council. She regularly speaks on D&I issues and has served on the board of several technology companies

Keith Ferrazzi: #1 New York Times bestselling author, speaker, entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, and coach who helps executive teams harness Radical Adaptability and Co-Elevation to transform enterprises in an unpredictable work world

Dr Christine Carter: Author, speaker, and coach dedicated to redesigning the way we work. She is the VP of Learning Experience Design at BetterUp, a TED speaker, and has appeared on Oprah, the TODAY show, and other top radio and TV programs

Jonathan Saw: Vice President, Head of Diversity and Inclusion for Pernod Ricard North America. He has held several senior roles leading D&I efforts, including at Tiffany & Co., and operated his own D&I strategy & communications consultancy

Jeff Planty: FAA’s VP of Technical Operations Services for the Air Traffic Organization. Under the direction of the COO, he leads a workforce of 10k+ ensuring 65k pieces of equipment & systems operate 24/7 at over 6k facilities

Rear Admiral Michael J. Schwerin: Reserve Deputy, Navy Personnel Command and Special Assistant leading the Navy’s Talent Management Task Force. He conducts research in talent management, employee, and organizational behavior among military personnel

Jacinta M. Jiménez, PsyD, BCC: Award-winning author, Stanford-trained psychologist, board-certified leadership Coach, and VP of Coaching Innovation at BetterUp. Her work focuses on synthesizing her deep knowledge of human behavior towards the development of tech-enabled coaching

Lois Melkonian, MCC: Passionate about coaching professionals at all levels who want more clarity, better communication skills, and greater flexibility. She leads workshops, podcasts and has over 30 years of experience in broadcast journalism

Mike Litano, PhD: Author, professor and leader of People Insights Consulting at BetterUp. In partnership with the Department of Defense, he has led research to improve resilience, mission readiness, and retention among service members

Erin Eatough, PhD: Director of Labs, GTM at BetterUp where she leads a team that generates research on human potential and well-being, including BetterUp’s bi-annual reports that have been covered by Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and Inc

In-Q: Award-winning poet, multi-platinum Emmy-nominated songwriter, and best-selling author of Inquire Within. Named one of Oprah’s SuperSoul 100 most influential thought leaders, his poetry videos have garnered over 700 million views

Vivian Rank, MCC: Master Certified Executive Coach with more than 20 years of experience working with some of the most influential Fortune 100 companies in fields including finance, tech, energy, retail, education, and life sciences