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MILAN ROSS

Author, Motivational Speaker, Entrepreneur

Milan Ross was born and raised in the Midwest. As the youngest of five children, he grew up in a home where food, family and friends were the focus. Though his mother and grandmother suffered from obesity, Milan grew up fit and lean. At the age of 24, things began to change and by the time he reached his 30th birthday, he had gone from skinny and ripped to morbidly obese. At his heaviest, Milan weighed over five hundred pounds.

In 2012, Milan went to work for Whole Foods Market — a decision that changed the direction of his entire life. In October of 2013, Whole Foods Market sent Milan to participate in the Dr. Stoll Immersion Program. At that immersion Milan learned about a whole food, plant-based diet. Since that wonderful immersion, Milan has gone on to release over two hundred pounds and more than thirty inches off his waist using only a whole food, plant-based diet and exercise. He also managed to end his dependency on medications for issues like high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

After experiencing his own amazing transformation, Milan has made it his life’s mission to help others escape the deadly hold of obesity. Through The Change Immersions, his book The Change, co-authored by Dr. Scott Stoll, and his line of Full Flavor Vegan spices, Milan is doing everything he can to help educate others about the amazing benefits of living a compassionate, whole food, plant-based lifestyle.

 

 
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scott stoll, MD

Chief Medical Officer and Board Chairman, The Plantrician Project, Speaker and Author

Dr. Scott Stoll is a board-certified specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He formerly served as the Medical Director for the Back and Neck Center at Coordinated Health, Chairman of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Team Physician for Lehigh University. His practice specialized in treating musculoskeletal injuries through regenerative therapies and improving health through nutritional excellence.

Since 2010, Dr. Stoll has conducted week-long intensive health programs or immersions. These seven-day immersions provide the most up-to-date information on nutrition, physical activity, and culinary education, as well as encouragement, coaching, and vision casting. While food is the centerpiece of the programs, immersions are meant to be a transformational experience that forever changes the attitudes, habits, and lives of those who attend the program — all in just one week.

At present, Dr. Stoll is the Chief Medical Officer and Board Chairman of The Plantrician Project and a busy speaker and author. As a former Olympian, Dr. Stoll is well suited for his additional roles as Team Physician for the United States Bobsled and Skeleton Federation, an advising physician for professional and Olympic athletes and a consultant for professional sports teams. Dr. Stoll and his wife, Kristen, reside in Pennsylvania with their four sons and two daughters, where they are actively involved in their church and mission organizations.

 

 
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tom dunnam

President, Total Health Immersions, Health Coach

With attention paid to every minute operational detail, Tom has successfully married his business management expertise with his passion for health promotion in his role with The Change Immersions. He serves as President of Total Health Immersions (THI) and also co-founded the International Plant-based Nutrition Healthcare Conference and The Plantrician Project.

As the father of a Type 1 diabetic, Tom is passionate about healthy eating and fitness. 

Tom holds a BA in Management from St. Leo University, where he was a pitcher and captain for the baseball team. His graduate studies concluded with an MBA from the John F. Welch College of Business at Sacred Heart University. Tom lives with his wife and two children in New Canaan, Connecticut and spends much of his free time coaching youth sports and high school baseball. He is also an active volunteer with the American Diabetes Association, The Metropolitan Golf Association and the Fairfield County Sports Commission.