Jenny Santi was born and raised in Manila in the Philippines; has lived in London, the French Loire Valley and Singapore, and is now based in New York. Santi is a trusted philanthropy advisor to some of the world’s most generous philanthropists and celebrity activists, and for five years beginning at only 28, was the Head of Philanthropy Services (Southeast Asia) for the world’s largest wealth manager. Her consulting firm Saint & Partners based in Singapore and New York City, serves clients including an Oscar-winning actress and signatories of the Buffett-Gates Giving Pledge. Santi shares her new book: The Giving Way to Happiness.
Elizabeth Crisp is a capitol reporter for The Baton Rouge Advocate. She comments on Les Miles and John Bel Edwards.
Mike Wolf is a libertarian Louisiana attorney. He discusses the politics and legality behind gun regulation.
John Wirt is a reporter for the Baton Rouge Advocate. Thirty-five years ago, music legend John Lennon was killed in his home at Dakota. Wirt remembers Lennon's legacy and career.