Kerri Kelly was on the fast track in the marketing world until 9/11 hit, when she lost her stepdad, a NYC fireman. That wake up call got Kelly off the “should” path and into purpose. On the healing journey, Kelly discovered a national crisis of disconnection – from our bodies, one another, critical social issues, and even from democracy itself. Simultaneously, there’s an inner revolution happening on yoga mats, meditation cushions and in creative living spaces anchored in values of interconnection and empathy. But as long as well-being remains a privilege for those who have resources, our potential for transformative collective change is limited. This is the privilege of well-being.