“I am living with stage IV cancer and so are you.”

Quincy Coleman, Founder of H-OM-E 

Singer/songwriter Coleman, daughter of famed actor Dabney Coleman, was diagnosed with stage IV cancer in 2009. “When I decided to take responsibility for my part in the manifestation of the dis-ease in my body, the healing began and it reversed without western medicine or conventional treatment…by coming home to my soul, listening to my heart and loving the cancer.” 

Coleman believes with great passion, that if each one of us can take responsibility for our part in the manifestation of the dis-ease of our global family and the planet we can heal humanity and the earth. 



CO-CREATOR – Growing Abilities Project

Mother Road Studios’ Founder/CVO Christina Cannarella, has been immersed in the disability community for over 23 years, as the mother of Johnny, her son with IDD. She is an award-winning advocate for inclusion recognized in 2020 by the UN’s  International Labour Organization (ILO) for her work. 



Actor and Environmental Activist Ed Begley Jr, is leading the way in the “take action yourself” camp, in Southern California. Turning up at Hollywood events on his bicycle, Ed has been considered an environmental leader in the Hollywood community for many years. He serves on the boards of The

Coalition For Clean Air, The Thoreau Institute, and the advisory board of the Union Of Concerned Scientists, among many others.

His work in the environmental community has earned him a number of awards from some of the most prestigious environmental groups in the nation, including the California League of Conservation Voters, the Natural Resources Defense Council, The Coalition for Clean Air, Heal the Bay, Santa Monica Baykeeper, and the Cesar E. Chavez Foundation.

He currently lives near Los Angeles in a self-sufficient home powered by solar energy.



DIRECTOR – Planting The Seeds

After 10 years in the fashion industry as one of the most recognized models of his time for brands like Gucci, Valentino, Armani and Dior, Andrea’s interests turned global when he was inspired to take action as an activist against the War in Afghanistan in 2001. With countries from all over the world uniting to keep the peace, he created a symbol that represented love for humanity and community. Out of his background in fashion, and passion for political activism and environmental preservation he created the apparel brand One Love Unified.

He served as the Vice-President and community chair of Surfrider Foundation’s West Los Angeles chapter for 2 years organizing beach clean-ups, up and down the coast and teaching communities how trash arrives to the ocean from neighborhoods. Andrea is an active member of the community supporting environmental organizations like the Natural Resources Defense Council and the World Wildlife Fund, inspiring consciousness locally and across the globe. He also remodeled his home back in 2009 with the greenest solutions available and grows most of his vegetables at home.

Boccaletti currently lives in Venice Beach, California.



Rev. Dr. Richard Rose is an ordained elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. He is currently an assistant minister at Bethel A.M.E. Church in Monrovia, CA. Dr. Rose serves as Chair of the Religion and Philosophy Department at the University of La Verne and Program Director for the Ecumenical Center for Black Church Studies. His current research examines global issues related to Interfaith dialogue and Religious Pluralism. This work has led to the creation of The Institute for Common Good (ICG) at the University of La Verne. ICG’s engagement with Community Partners working in areas of sustainability allows for an interdisciplinary learning approach to issues of sustainability. ICG is pleased to join with H-OM-E.org to address many of our urgent ecological challenges because they impact our Common Home the Earth.

Dr. Rose is the author of An Interreligious Approach to a Social Ethic for Christian Audiences (2017) and 7 Meditations on the Lord’s Prayer (2016), both published by Christian World Imprints, New Delhi, India.

He serves as a Co-Chair of the Southern CA Committee for a Parliament of the World’s Religions. He serves as a Trustee of the Bethany Theological Seminary and as an Advisor to the Cobb Institute.



Born and raised in Los Angeles Amy now resides in Tucson Arizona with her husband of twenty years and their two teenage daughters. In addition to being an actress and voice over artist, Rydell ran her Landscape Design/ Build firm, Amy Rydell Landscape Design Inc., for over 15 years. She worked closely with the Rain Bird corporation to improve their commercial grade drip irrigation line and in 2017 installed the largest Rain Bird drip irrigation system in a Residential application.

Amy’s excited to collaborate with H-OM-E and its Planting The Seeds program, to bring healing to communities in need and to the planet at large. 



Yuriko Byers began teaching yoga decades before the practice became popular in the United States, bringing her knowledge and passion for the practice to a loyal Southern California clientele. Her extensive experience and expertise led her to establish the first stretching, breathing and relaxation class at UCLA’s Department of Oncology. She is certified at all levels in YCat (Yoga Therapy in Cancer and Chronic Illness), a professional certification designed to train health professionals and experienced yoga teachers to work safely with cancer patients at any stage, as well as with people who have stable chronic illness.

“It’s an honor to be a part of the H-OM-E team inspiring health and wellness  for our global family and our planet.”

As a professional dancer and wife of renowned musician and arranger Billy Byers, Yuriko has traveled the world, falling in love with all the gifts the earth has to offer. “As I continue to heal myself, and help others heal, I am joining the effort to heal the planet––for my three children, my grandson, and for the generations to come.”



Journalist, record company executive (A&M, Mercury Records), artist manager, music supervisor for TV and films and marketing/PR advisor. Worked closely with Danny Elfman, The Bangles, Oingo Boingo, Rod Stewart, Rush, The Police, Supertramp and many others.

Established the UCLA Extension’s continuing education program called, “The Insider’s Guide to Music Management”.

President of L.A. Personal Development, Director of Ombience, a center that provides aid to musicians. On the Board of Directors of Amory of Harmony, Past President of The Conference of Personal Managers and board member of L.A. WoMen In Music, past Board member and Secretary of the Folk Alliance International and its Executive Committee. 



Susan Short hails from the Miami area, where she has been in media related fields throughout her career. Her experience is extensive and varied from Social Media Management, Website Design, Video Hosting, Video production, PR, Graphic Design and several magazine ventures.  Creativity reigns supreme, and this is obvious as the passion that is the driving force behind Family Beautiful Media.

Family Beautiful Media is a diverse multi platform media company that specializes in cutting edge content using video, stills and Social Media to tell the stories that people are looking for through experiences and stunning content. 

Susan Short is a dynamic and frequent speaker and on camera host. She has spearheaded several TEC Tracks panels at the renowned NAMM convention for the music industry, most recently in 2020 with a Music Management panel featuring Randy Hoffman, of John Mellencamp, Mike Gormley of The Bangles, Rod Stewart and more and Shannon O’Shea of Garbage. As well as in 2018 on music legalities with Top 100 entertainment attorneys, Neville Johnson and Ben McClane.