Kim Anenberg Cavallo is the founder and CEO of lilspace – a digital wellness company that will inspire you to unplug and spend more time with real live people doing real-life things enhancing relationships in the digital age. With 25 years experience in event planning, connecting people to causes and raising money for Not For Profit organizations, Kim began to focus on what would motivate us to put away our phones and practice being present more often. The lilspace app encourages this so people can earn rewards, support causes they care about and focus on what matters most in life. She’s dedicated the past 20 years of her life to connecting people to movements that she’s passionate about and that make a difference. She’s co-founder of The Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival successfully operating in LA for more than 12 years. Additionally, she co-founded an experiential education program where high school and college students develop relationships with Holocaust survivors through storytelling while baking bread.