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Alua Arthur

Death Doula, Recovering Attorney, and Founder of Going with Grace

Alua Arthur is a death doula, recovering attorney, and the founder of Going with Grace, a death doula training and end-of-life planning organization that exists to support people as they answer the question, “What must I do to be at peace with myself so that I may live presently and die gracefully?” Going with Grace works to improve and redefine the end-of-life experience for people rooted in every community using the individual lived experience as the foundation.

Alua was a keynote speaker at EndWell 2019, and has been featured in the LA Times, Vogue, Refinery29, The Doctors, and InStyle. She is inspired by the gift of LIFE itself and is always on the quest for the best donuts and fried plantains!


Dr. Andy Walshe

Director of High Performance at Red Bull

Dr. Andrew Walshe (Andy) is a globally recognized leader and expert in the field of elite human performance. For over 20 years the Australian native has been focused on the goal of “de-mystifying talent” by researching and training individuals and teams across a vast network of world-class programs in sport, culture, military and business settings.

Dr. Walshe is currently the Director of High Performance for Red Bull, where he works with hundreds of international athletes and cultural opinion leaders; supervises a team of industry-leading scientists, engineers, physicians and technologiests to develop and implement elite performance models. Dr. Walshe was the Performance Manager for Red Bull Stratos, leading the performance plan for Felix Baumgartner’s record-breaking jump to Earth from the stratosphere in 2012.

In 2013, Dr. Walshe was awarded ‘Outstanding Contribution to Performance Innovation Award’ at the prestigious Leader’s In Performance Conference.

Dr. Walshe founded “Glimpses”, the annual Human Potential Red Bull conference, which is now in its third year. This conference is a two-day symposium that brings together world-class talent from all areas of life to illuminate our understanding of human potential. The highly interactive symposium is designed to challenge our belief systems and shift the paradigm of what we think is possible.
Prior to joining Red Bull, Dr. Walshe designed a highly successful performance program for the U.S Olympic sky and snowboard teams, guiding their athletes to victories on the world stage. Dr. Walshe has also held Senior consulting roles at the Australian Institute of Sport, NSW Institute of Sport and Queensland Institute of Sport.

Dr. Walshe consults directly with numerous organizations and institutions in his field, including the Armed Forces, Fortune 500 companies, technology companies, artists and athletes worldwide. Dr. Walshe has been invited to participate and share his learnings at a number of global events and conferences, and has had projects featured in numerous US and global leading publications, including Wall St. Journal, Men’s Health and Huffington Post.

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Larissa May

Digital Wellness Activist, Social Entrepreneur, Founder of #HalfTheStory

Larissa May is a digital wellbeing pioneer and the founder of #HalfTheStory, the first non-profit dedicated to empowering the next generation’s healthy relationship with social media. As the first youth-led nonprofit of its kind, #HalfTheStory is focused on education, advocacy, and the mitigation of harms associated with social media and tech use. #HalfTheStory’s evidence-based education program, Social Media U teaches key digital metacognition and emotional regulation skills, while empowering young people to understand and advocate for their digital wellbeing. Larissa founded #HalfTheStory after facing her own struggles with social media, and has become the face of a rapidly growing movement towards digital wellness, leading the global narrative for youth-centric policy and advocacy in the US, UK, EU, and UAE. Prior to #HalfTheStory, Larissa helped build some of today’s buzziest D2C brands, including Kin Euphorics and Otherland, winning the Business Insider Brand Marketing Rising Stars Award for her work. In 2023, Larissa received the Mozilla Foundation’s Rise 25 award as one of the top 25 leading innovators in the world. Larissa has been featured in the WSJ, TIME, Forbes, Refinery29, Good Morning America, The TODAY Show, and NBC.

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Jim Coutré

Managing Director and Shareholder at Pathstone

As Managing Director leading Pathstone’s Wealth Planning Group, Jim Coutré focuses on developing, delivering, and refining the firm’s holistic wealth advisory and family office solutions. Leading a team of central professionals and collaborating throughout Pathstone’s national footprint, Jim works to create solutions to the technical and emotional complexity created by financial wealth.

Jim has a wealth of experience within the industry as a catalyst for new thinking and a trusted thought partner to ultra-high-net-worth families and family office executives. Jim was previously the Vice President of Insights & Connections for Fidelity Family Office Services, a segment of Fidelity Institutional℠, where he delivered perspective and problem-solving across a wide range of family matters and office matters to families and family office executives. Through Fidelity, Jim facilitated multiple family office peer groups and created a high-impact peer cohort for rising generation inheritors to address the human impact of their family’s financial success.

In addition to numerous speaking engagements on topics ranging from the future of family offices to ways to endure family heartache, Jim’s thought leadership includes his contributions to “Reshaping Reality: Unlocking the Potential of the Single Family Office,” Family Offices: A STEP Guide to Professional Advisors, and numerous article in publications including the International Family Office Journal, Trusts and Estates Magazine, and the Family Firm Institute Practitioner.

Before joining Fidelity in 2014, Jim was a partner at The Philanthropic Initiative, where he served as a philanthropy advisor and was responsible for helping families and foundations increase the impact of their giving and training family office executives and professional advisors to help their clients set and achieve their philanthropic goals.

Jim holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Washington University in St. Louis. He also holds the Advanced Certificate in Family Wealth Advising and the Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising from the Family Firm Institute.


Taylor Gitcho

Managing Director and Shareholder at Pathstone

Taylor Gitcho is a Managing Director and shareholder at Pathstone. Taylor serves as a trusted advisor to entrepreneurs and executives and helps provide solutions to meet clients’ unique financial and personal objectives. She also works on complex wealth planning issues that arise for high net worth individuals and their families, including overall trust, estate, philanthropic, and income tax planning.

Taylor joins Pathstone from Crestone Capital. Taylor provides clients with customized and integrated wealth management solutions, including holistic balance sheet advisement, investment strategy development and implementation, concentrated position management, and wealth preservation and transfer planning.

Taylor received her Master of Business Administration, as well as her Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Spanish from the University of Colorado Boulder. While at the University of Colorado Boulder, Taylor participated in a year-long international studies program in Sevilla, Spain, through the Center for International Education Exchange.

Taylor serves on the board of directors for Colorado Uplift, where she is actively involved in building long-term, life-changing relationships with at-risk urban youth.

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