Southwestern University presents: THE GAME CHANGERS
Time & Location
About the Event
of James Wilks - elite Special Forces trainer and winner of The Ultimate Fighter - as he travels the world on a quest for the truth about meat, protein, and strength. Showcasing elite athletes, special ops soldiers, and visionary scientists, Wilks’ journey exposes outdated myths about food that not only affect human performance, but the health of the entire global population.
The schedule of the online event is as follows:
- 6:00 pm - Film Screening
- 8:00 pm - Panel Discussion
You must RSVP to receive the links to watch the film and panel. THE GAME CHANGERS is 86 minutes long. To ensure you finish the film in time for the panel, please start the film no later than 6:30 pm CT.
RSVP HERE: https://www.southwestern.edu/live/events/15
- Britty Hamby is an activist, writer and supply chain engineer. She is the CEO of Planted Society, an organization that works with CPG brands, restaurants and the hospitality industry to bring together underserved communities and small businesses. In 2016, she co-founded ATX Vegans with the hopes of improving the food culture in Central Texas.
- Daniel Austin is a 15-year vegan who has recently won national and international championship medals in powerlifting. His book, The Way of The Vegan Meathead: Eating for Strength, teaches you how to easily eat more than enough protein on a vegan diet to achieve extreme strength goals.
- Dr. Elizabeth Guillory Medina, an alum of SU, works in the health and wellness industry, has been plant-based for over three years, and is committed to supporting health, wellness, and fitness among communities who experience a lack of access or barriers to it.
- Reece Sandercock is a Guard/Forward on SU’s Women’s Basketball Team and an EcoRep in the Office of Sustainability.
The Georgetown Green Film Series was established by the Southwestern University Office of Sustainability to bring awareness to the environmental crisis through the visual arts by presenting films with an environmental focus for free to Georgetown and neighboring communities. In addition to showing an environmental film, a panel of experts is invited to lead a proactive discussion with the audience about the topic at hand.