Oklahoma City suffered the Deadliest Domestic Terrorist Attack in American History, killing 168 men, women and children and injuring close to 800. Chris Fields was there front and center, serving his community as a firefighter. He was captured in a photo that became an iconic symbol of the Oklahoma City Bombing in 1995, when he was cradling the body of 1 year old Baylee Almon. He served the citizens of Oklahoma City for over 31 years and has now dedicated his life to speak to other 1st responders, discussing the brutal realities of a life spent responding to citizens in their darkest hours. He also shares his personal story of how that day in 1995, along with other traumas, took a toll on his life and his family. Having suffered in silence for many years, he now shares how he found his way out of the darkness, in the hopes of helping others to avoid the failure and pitfalls, along with encouraging them to reach out when they need help.

It's time to Get Real with Robin!

Join veteran broadcaster Robin Cotè and her

Co-Hosts known as #THECOLLECTIVE as they

delve into subject matters that most are

afraid to talk about but need to hear.

Get ready to Get Real!

Tray  is a visionary who provides practical, inspirational and often times satirical commentary on enlightened ways to see yourself and those around you. His work has been described as inspired, transformative, and urgent. His expansive career has been an exploration of the evolving models of communication, allowing him to internalize the impact of narrative in a way that makes film and literature his intuitive expression rather than an exercise of craft. He is a man who rejects constraints. He draws his inspiration from the international landscape, and his extensive travels continually inform and refine his personal ethos.

Kirk Nurmi

From a life as a gang member, drug addict and convict to now of worship, advocacy and acting in faith based films, Ocho is spreading his message of second chances and redemption by allowing himself to be vulnerable in sharing his journey through the darkness into the light.

Chris Fields

At the age of 26, Jason achieved his dream to work on the streets of Phoenix as a police officer. Only 14 months into what was supposed to be a life-long career, his life took a tragic turn when his patrol car was struck and burst into flames, trapping him inside. He suffered severe burns to over 40% of his body, drastically altering his appearance. He has undergone more than 50 surgeries just to have the ability to accomplish simple daily tasks. Jason's journey chronicles his fight for life, his triumph over tragedy and the inspiration that enables him to continue to overcome unimaginable adversity. He is a public speaker, traveling all around the country to share his story, inspiring so many others to stay strong in the face of adversity. He is also the co-host of the podcast Badge Boys. 

​​Robin Y. Coté 

Media Personality | Author | Speaker | Coach


Audra Rene Weeks

Kirk rose to international prominence as the lead counsel for the infamous Jodi Arias. The stress of that case brought cancer into his life. And with cancer came big changes – a whole new life. A life wherein happiness is his beacon. With this beacon in view, Kirk has written for the New York Daily News, authored five books, has spoken all around the country and will debut his new One-Man Show in 2020, “Overcoming Jodi Arias.” Kirk has also appeared on Crime Stories with Nancy Grace, Court TV, Dr. Oz, The Today Show and has been featured in documentaries on Discovery ID and the Oxygen Network. 

Michael Ochotorena “Ocho”

Darren Burch is a 29-year veteran with the Phoenix Police Department and was the Silent Witness Program Director. His prior assignments include Detective Supervisor with the Crimes Against Children Unit, Night Detective Supervisor with the Homicide Unit, and Detective with Adult Sex Crimes Unit. The bulk of his investigative career was dedicated to the apprehension of sexual predators. With over 30 years of law enforcement experience, having also held positions with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Army Military Intelligence, Darren has received various awards to include the Medal of Lifesaving and the Army Commendation Medal. He was also named “Investigator of the Year” by the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, “Detective of the Year” by the Phoenix Police Department and has over 100 written commendations. He is the co-host of the podcast Badge Boys and has authored several books about his escapades on the force.

Chris Martin

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Jason Schechterle

In October of 2018, Amanda stood on the ledge of a Canadian hotel room, ready to jump and end her life. She had been a victim of sexual assault at the age of 16, lost both of her parents in her very early 20's, and found herself spiraling down into the world of drugs and self-harm. She had sought help but wasn't able to get people to understand the pain she had been experiencing. As she stood upon that ledge with only the thought of easing her pain, a song began playing in the distance that woke her up from her daze and brought her down off that ledge, giving her hope to try once again. Amanda took back her life and is now a Mind-Body Wellness coach with a specialty in Holistic Nutrition. She is also a fitness instructor and coach. She has worked with the It Gets Better project and volunteered as a suicide prevention operator for the Trevor Project.

Chris is the author of the book One Life, the subject of the documentary #HATERSMAKEMEFAMOUS, the host of the TV show Convicted Creations and the host of the podcast Haters Make Me Famous. He is also a professional chef and has been creating health recipes his entire life. Chris is well known as the chef that took hemp from farm to table.

Darren Burch

Amanda Webster

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Steve retired from law enforcement after serving the community for 39 years. He was also a teacher and a key member of the Critical Incident Stress Management team. He shares his vast knowledge of life's experiences, with a spiritual twist, and how his upbringing helped aide him in his daily life of police work.

Steve Wamsley

Tray Goodman

Audra's childhood was not an easy one, having endured many traumas. She fought her way back and recently detailed her struggles and triumphs in her upcoming book, Moving Mountains: A Hero's Journey, A Survivors Memoir. She is a Clinically Certified Hypnotherapist and Energy Worker, and currently works with children as a professional nanny. She strives to make a difference in this world by sharing her journey in hopes that it will help others find their way to healing their past traumas.



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