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The Jack Purcell Collection

“The most meaningful record I ever produced was ‘The Sky’s The Limit’ by Notorious B.I.G.. At the end of recording it, he said to me, ‘This is my favorite record I’ve made.’”

Growing up in Brooklyn, DJ Clark Kent played his first gig at age 11 when Grandmaster Flowers let him take over the turntables at a party in a neighborhood park. He would go on to front a group of DJs known as The Supermen and produce hit tracks for Jay-Z, The Notorious B.I.G., and Mariah Carey.

“Growing up I was terrible at baseball, soccer, football, and even gymnastics, so when I found dance, it was like truly finding myself.”

James B. Whiteside, also known by the stage names JbDubs and Ühu Betch, is an American ballet dancer, choreographer, model, drag queen, author and recording artist. Born and raised in Fairfield, Connecticut, he has been a principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre since 2013.

“To be impactful is to be present”

Natasha Cloud led the Washington Mystics to back-to-back WNBA finals and was instrumental in helping her team with their first title in 2019. She opted out of the 2020 season to focus on social justice advocacy.

“I’m a father, a husband, an entrepreneur and just a smile curator. I want to bring wellness to everyone and leave a great legacy.”

Alex Fine is a bull rider, entrepreneur, father and L.A. based trainer whose clients have included Jennifer Aniston, Anwar Hadid, Odell Beckham Jr., Reggie Bush, and Marshawn Lynch.

“I re-meet my skateboard every single day, and every day it shows me something I never knew was possible.”

At the age of fifteen, Wettstein won the 2019 National Championship in the Women’s Park division and is currently a member of the USA Skateboarding National Team scheduled to compete in Tokyo this summer. The Encinitas, California native is also a singer-songwriter who plays a mean ukulele.