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SCOTT KAISER, MD is a practicing geriatrician and Chief Innovation Officer at the Motion Picture & Television Fund (MPTF), which provides services, support and assistance to the entertainment industry community. He is an advocate for the improvement of aging services and geriatric care with a focus on better health and well-being through a community-oriented approach to the care of older adults. Scott received his medical degree from the Keck School of Medicine of USC. He went on to train within the Lawrence Family Medicine Residency, a program dedicated to the care of underserved populations. Following residency, he joined the Harvard Geriatric Medicine Fellowship, and later joined the UCLA/VA Primary Care and Health Services Research Fellowship where he served as a Health Media Fellow. In this role, Dr. Kaiser partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Aging to produce broadcast media projects aimed at directly addressing the needs of older adults. More here. (2/5/17 Dr. Connie Corley)

Producer/director/writer BETSY KALIN's latest documentary is EAST LA INTERCHANGE. The documentary explores how the freeways – a symbol of Los Angeles ingrained in America’s popular imagination – impact Boyle Heights’ residents -- literally, as an environmental hazard and structural blockade, and figuratively, as a conversational interchange about why the future of the beloved community should matter to us all. Get details here. (10/4/15 Dr. Connie Corley)

DR. RANDY KAMEN is a psychologist, author, and an educator at heart. She has worked side by side with many of the pioneers of mind-body medicine, positive psychology, and cognitive behavioral therapy. She is committed to supporting women in their effort to overcome personal challenges and to build more joyful and meaningful lives. She teaches women key strategies to advance their self-esteem and confidence, build resilience, and strengthen relationships––all against a backdrop of self-compassion. Visit for more information. (10/18/15 , Experience Talks Online, Alicia Sedwick)

Biographer and film historian PATRICIA WARD KELLY is the widow of Gene Kelly. She serves as Trustee of The Gene Kelly Image Trust, and Creative Director of Gene Kelly: The Legacy, a corporation established to commemorate Kelly's centenary worldwide. She has appeared in "An Evening with Patricia Ward Kelly" in several cities around the world. (9/20/14, Tim Carpenter) 

KRISTEN KERR was a top fashion model before booking her first major film, David Lynch’s “Inland Empire,” soon after arriving in Hollywood. Many award-winning shorts followed, as well as a lead in “Strictly Sexual,” and roles in the hit comedy “Old School” and Showtime’s popular “Dexter.” She lives in LA with her family. On this show, she discusses her role in the feature film, "The Fourth Nobel Truth." (1/31/16, Dr. Connie Corley)

NEIL KOENIGSBERG was a personal manager and executive producer with clients and projects that included Jeff Bridges, Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Ally Sheedy, and the feature films Pollack, High Art and American Heart. He was the founder and owner of PMK, one of the leading entertainment public relations firms in the world. Tim Carpenter talks to Neil Koenigsberg about going from the large stage to the small stage, with his new play, “Off the King’s Road,” playing at the Odyssey Theatre through August 2, 2015. (6/28/15, Tim Carpenter)

For over 25 years, psychiatrist DR MARK S. KOMRAD has treated patients and advised people on how to convince an emotionally or behaviorally troubled loved-one to accept psychiatric evaluation and treatment. His most recent book is You Need Help! A Step-by-Step Plan to Convince a Loved One to Get Counseling. More information here. (3/30/13, Dr. Connie Corley + 2/26/15 podcast) 

JIM KRUSOE is a novelist, poet, and short story writer. His stories and poems have been published extensively, including in the Santa Monica Review, which he founded in 1988. He is a recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment of the Arts and the Lila Wallace Reader’s Digest Fund. He teaches at Santa Monica College and in the graduate writing program at Antioch University in Los Angeles. His work includes the novels Girl Factory, Erased, Toward You, Parsifal, and The Sleep Garden, as well as two collections of short stories and five books of poetry. More here. (8/14/16 Tim Carpenter - recorded live at PacArts 7/24)

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