Marc Summers

Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, Marc Summers is a television icon with a successful career both in front of and behind the camera. After graduating college, he lived in Los Angeles where he worked as a comedian at The Comedy Store and The Improv, later combining his comedy and magic at the famous Magic Castle. Marc would later become the Host/Producer of Nickelodeon’s “Double Dare” and “What Would You Do?” as well as a Correspondent and Guest Host on ABC’s “Home Show” where he would cover both human interest and hard news stories, featuring segments dealing with everything from the Gulf War to the Branch Davidian stand-off in Waco. 

For the last 11 years, Marc has hosted the longest running show on Food Network, "Unwrapped”. He has also hosted "Next Food Network Star", "Ultimate Recipe Showdown", and many specials for the channel.  Summers is also an Executive Producer of "Dinner: Impossible", "Food Feuds" and "Restaurant: Impossible". In addition to his other projects, Marc hosts "Price Is Right Live" and "Family Feud Live" in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and other casinos across America. 


Janell Havey

Janell has been working as an occupational therapist for over 15 years. She joined the College Internship Program in 2009 and provides one-on-one treatment for students with Asperger’s Syndrome making the transition from high school to an academic or career path. Janell is able to work individually with students in their environments to develop solutions to the challenges students face during this important transition time of their life.

Janell graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 1998 with a Masters in occupational therapy. Her undergraduate degree is in Recreational Therapy from Indiana University.


Wendy Shanahan-Richards, MD, MBA

Dr. Wendy Shanahan-Richards is the Chief Medical Officer of Aetna Student Health. Dr. Richards has served as a practicing physician for over 10 years. She received a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Chicago and a Master of Business Administration degree from Benedictine University. She is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and is designated a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Richards is also certified by the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization ReviewPhysicians and is a surveyor for the National Committee for Quality Assurance. She is on the adjunct faculty of DePaul University, Chicago, where she developed and taught courses in healthcare administration and health information technology and analytics.

Dr. Richards has held executive leadership positions such as serving as the National Medical Director of Aetna where she worked to develop efficient and effective clinical and analytic solutions and programs. Dr. Richards is currently the Chief Medical Officer of Aetna Student Health Aetna and has a wealth of knowledge and experience regarding interactions between students and insurance companies. In her role with Aetna Student Health, Dr. Richards develops tools and programs to address the clinical needs of students and help them effectively utilize their health plan benefits.