Let’s Press Rewind to The Life Lab:Episode 20 “Love Has Many Lenses” Part II

The Life Lab is a bi-monthly radio show that empowers listeners to be the best version of themselves. Through reframing problems into challenges that can be met, co-hosts Jace and Lex examine personal-social connections, give holistic tips and strategies and promote self care and positive change. Each episode features words of wisdom from a special guest that is on a journey of their own making!

Jace is a personal trainer, community fundraiser and youth empowerment specialist who loves seeing the internal transformation that comes from people taking their health and well-being to the next level.

Lex is a social justice advocate, media writer/producer and emotional healer who loves supporting people to be their best, most authentic selves and live the life of their dreams

Special Guest: Sandra and Jennifer

A native of the Southwest, Jennifer Gardner is a full-time advocate for social justice.  She currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer for a non-profit in Albuquerque, New Mexico providing housing and services for women impacted by incarceration and homelessness. Jennifer is also an artist, Buddhist and avid gardener. When she isn’t making Sandra swoon with delight, she lives with Willie and Bisquit (her two dogs) who keep her grounded.

A native New Yorker, Sandra Perez has worked in the non-profit sector longer than Jace and Lex have been alive. As a very happy transplant to Chicago, Sandra works in resource development for a medical association and volunteers for programs that focus on arts, culture and youth. Sandra has a passion for music, theater and the arts and loves to take in the beauty of Lake Michigan. Her superpower is that she sings like an angel and can hold entire conversations using nothing but lyrics from songs.

Let’s Press Rewind to The Life Lab:Episode 20 “Love Has Many Lenses” Part II

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