Putting scientifically better clothes to the test.
Graduate student by day, dance instructor by night, Stanton Kochanek is constantly on his toes. When he’s not conducting preclinical research on cancer treatments, he finds time to teach and perform Salsa dancing at an international level.
Unapologetically unconventional, Loredana Padurean has held over 19 jobs since she started working at 14 in Transylvania, Romania. She's now a professor and a member of the founding team at MIT Sloan’s Asia School of Business in Malaysia.
Julie Friedman Steele can imagine multiple futures. As the CEO and Board Chair of the World Future Society, she’s also responsible for finding ways to bring that future to life. She finds shows about astrophysics calming, and she’s inspired by the idea of self-replicating robots.
Since they first met in the Newton High School Explorers club, Doug and Julie Weisman have shared a passion for exploring the unknown and learning new things.
Our neighbors in Boston, Caroline and Steven Coplin, integrate Ministry of Supply into their everyday life, be it pilates, high-powered meetings, or parenting.
Matt Guthmiller is a man of limitless horizons. He’s a pilot, a videographer, a public speaker, a student at MIT, and an entrepreneur currently working on launching a new company.
Mona Vernon, the Chief Technology Office at Thomson Reuters labs is passionate about information design and the way data intersects with the lives of professionals and their businesses.
Ambika Singh is the Chief Bosslady and founder of Armoire, a subscription-based wardrobe service for professional women. She’s on a mission to build a company that’s a positive force for women in her community.
Wedding photographer Todd Good has to survive ten hour photo shoots in the hot and humid Miami climate. Read his story.
Motorcycle enthusiast, instructor, and at times, racer Steve Lively travels the world the way he rides: fast and light.