Included in the launch of the KnoWEwell platform will be an entire section dedicated to celebrating and supporting change makers - seed, growing and established mission aligned nonprofits and innovative people and businesses that are dedicated to preventing harm, addressing chronic illness and
inspire and empower a
WELLthier Living World™ – Happy. Healthy. Abundant. Purposed-filled.
Kimberly B. Whittle, CEO
I am a mom of 5 boys,
CPA and Founder of
After suffering decades of tragedies and finding prevention and healing through extensive learning and use of natural, integrative health and functional medicine approaches, along with collaborative practitioners, KnoWEwell is my way of paying it forward, to make it easier for others on their life’s journey, as well as to the nonprofit organizations and providers that are helping to educate and heal individuals and our world.
Spawned from anti-bulling app her 10 year old daughter built for a school project, a mom with 29 years of #MeToo experiences formed EBinRA. A direct to consumers personal application, EBinRA gives a legal voice to victims of discrimination, harassment, and abuse that meets the standards for admissable evidence in a court of law.
Himanshu Bhatia, MD
Developed by Medical Doctors, Ricovr is cutting edge artificial intelligence, we are helping patients with chronic pain find the right non-pharmacological method to help them better cope, stay in engaged and managed their condition.
Jane Lynn Britton
A mom with an autistic son, now TV Producer and Host of Navigate Autism with
Learning, resources and support to parents and communities through a modern and entertaining experience and her 5-Step Process for Navigating Autism to overcome their daily struggles and create a harmonious, healthy life.
In development with Stamford University and Carol Dwecks Growth Mindset, Welnis is a system and methodology necessary to help individuals adopt permanent lifestyle changes that result in effective weight management, reduced stress and risk of disease, and overall improved health and well-being.
A mom, with a child aspergers, developed visual, performing and technical arts program to help her child cope and learn. Now her learning and healing arts programs are an educational resource in public schools and to the entire community.