Roni Noone used her blog, Roni’s Weigh, to shed 70 pounds, start a running habit, get over a fear of weight training, complete her first marathon and run seven Tough Mudders, yes, seven. In 2011, she published her first cookbook based on recipes shared on the popular GreenLiteBites and brought the fourth annual FitBloggin’ conference to Portland, Ore., bringing together new and seasoned health, wellness, fitness and weight-loss bloggers for knowledge, personal growth and networking.

Recognizing the power of blogging, she also started a supportive online community called BlogToLose where more than 6,000 users are blogging to reach their own weight-loss goals.

Roni has represented and consulted for a wide variety of clients in the health and fitness industry including: Kellogg, The Laughing Cow, Liberty Mutual, HumanaVitality, Weight Watchers, Kraft, Vitalicious, Subway, Johns Hopkins University, Quaker, Nutrilite, ALDI and Pom. She has also been featured in many media outlets including CNN, the Today show, Inside Edition, Ladies Home Journal, Everyday Health, Women’s World, Woman’s Day, and Wired.

Roni is doing one of three things at this very moment: Blogging, cooking or traveling.

Dr. Roshini Raj is an attending physician at NYU Medical Center/Tisch Hospital in New York City, where she was the first female gastroenterologist to join the faculty. She also serves as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the NYU School of Medicine. Dr. Raj has a special interest in women's health and cancer screening and has published several research articles on colon cancer screening.

Dr. Raj is a Today Show contributor , the Good Day NY Medical Correspondent (Fox5) and the Medical Editor of Health Magazine. She is the author of What the Yuck?! The Freaky & Fabulous Truth About Your Body. She has discussed a wide variety of health topics on a range of network and cable shows, including NBC's Today Show; ABC's The View. Good Morning America and World News Tonight; among others.

Joanne Dwyer is Director of Corporate Communications & Community Relations for CVS Caremark. Joanne manages external communications, public relations and social media initiatives for CVS Caremark’s philanthropic programs, including CVS Caremark All Kids Can. Joanne also manages the company’s foundation, the CVS Caremark Charitable Trust, which provides grants that align with the company’s purpose of helping people on their path to better health. The Trust supports organizations that are providing much-needed access to healthcare for underserved populations or helping children of all abilities to be the best that they can be.

One of Eileen Howard Boone's most significant accomplishments is establishing CVS Caremark All Kids Can, an initiative designed to make life easier for children with disabilities. This signature program supports nonprofits that are focus on helping kids learn, play and succeed in all aspects of their lives. The goals of CVS All Kids Can are to raise awareness in schools and in local communities about the importance of inclusion; build barrier-free playgrounds so children of all abilities can play side-by-side; and provide medical rehabilitation and related services to children with disabilities.