Brett Feinberg was born in 1990 in South Africa. He is a healer and practitioner in consciousness-based health care. He has his triple Reiki Masters, is a Lightarian and Bodytalk practitioner and a qualified yoga teacher. Brent is passionate about empowering children and youth in order for them to live healthy fulfilled lives. He is a gentle soul who is driven to make a positive change in the world.
Kim Normand Feinberg has been in the non-profit world for the past 25 years. She has been a part of many successful ventures and organisations. She is known for her passion and love for children, education and Human Rights and the belief of accessing and developing potential.
She represents Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Institute formed by Steven Spielberg in South Africa; is the founding director of the Apartheid Museum; sat on the Human Rights Commission for Education and is founder/CEO of Tolerance Foundation, which teaches over 70,000 children life skills based on history, i.e. apartheid, the Holocaust, Rwanda and Kosovo. Kim is an Ashoka Fellow and has studied at the Harvard Kennedy School of International Studies and is the founder/CEO of Tomorrow Trust, a nonprofit organisation that supports orphans and vulnerable children and youth with education to release them from the cycle of poverty.
She is the author of three bestsellers in South Africa: Tomorrow; A Mother’s Legacy, and Raising Wisdom.
Her awards include: runner-up for the South Arican Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award, 2009; Lifetime honorary member of Golden Key; winner of the Most Influential Women in Business and Government (Welfare Sector), 2009/2010; awarded and acknowledged by the State of California Legislature for exceptional work done in uplifting children and youth, 2012; winner of the Exemplary Women Leadership Award, 2013, and winner of the Global CSR Excellence and Leadership Award, 2014.