Her mission is “to provide the information and tools people need to take better care of themselves and the planet.” In an effort to fulfill this mission, Wolf has been a leader for public awareness of the connection between health and the environment. She also teaches yoga and meditation.
Over the past two decades, Wolf has written hundreds of articles on health and environmental issues for radio programs and websites including Citizens League for Environmental Action Now, Houston, Texas. Her radio series include EarthCare Radio, which aired daily on KPFT90.1FM, Houston’s Pacifica Network affiliate, as well as Hill Country View, a series on the conservation of natural resources that currently airs daily on many stations across the Texas Hill Country.
Before moving to Austin in 2002, Wolf worked as a medical and consumer health writer in Dallas, Texas. While a medical writer at UT Southwestern Medical Center, she wrote an award-winning daily radio health series, and contributed articles on nutrition and medical research for a variety of the medical school’s publications. She was co-producer and writer for a consumer health series on WFAA-TV, the ABC affiliate in Dallas, Texas, sponsored by Baylor University Medical Center.
Wolf’s leadership experience includes communications director for Texas Health Resources, the largest healthcare organization in North Texas. She created a new internal communication department and led a creative team to accomplish the organizations communication goals.
Wolf’s knowledge of health, wellness and resilience is deepened by 20 years as a yoga teacher. Her specialty is Yoga of the HeartTM, the yoga-based stress management program for patients who have cardiovascular disease, cancer or other life-altering diseases.
Wolf has a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio, TV and Film, specializing in News and Public Affairs, from the School of Journalism, Oklahoma State University. She has a 500-hour yoga teacher certification with Namaste USA Yoga and 500RYT registration with Yoga Alliance.
Ariel Dochstader Miller
Ariel grew up in an entrepreneurial family. She was fortunate at a young age to travel with her father on many of his business trips. Insatiably curious, and with a deep love of business, Ariel used to sneak down to the bars to question his CEO peers as to how they obtained their business success.
To fulfill her lifelong dream of working for the Walt Disney Company, she flew to Orlando during spring break of her freshman year and knocked on the doors of the Walt Disney World education department, where they were creating an innovative school to serve the needs of the Celebration community (modeled after Walt Disney’s original vision of an Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow or EPCOT). When they granted her a meeting, the executives informed her their funding was being cut and suggested she apply for the college internship program “Management, Disney Style.”
Ariel worked in Disney management for 3 years before starting Biorhythms Publishing with her husband Lucas Miller, developing education programs and several award winning products. Lucas has performed for approximately 2,000,000 children and been named an American Masterpiece Artist (he is also part of the Skybridge Academy staff).
When her son became school aged, Ariel joined the board of the innovative private school he was attending, served as their Communications and Development Director, increased admissions 69%, and created a mission based fundraising program. The fundraising budget went from $2000 per year to over $125,000 in pledges.
After homeschooling for 3 years so her family could be together while she cared for her terminally ill mother, Ariel’s family decided they were ready for a new beginning. Ariel and her children imagined the most vital learning environment they could dream of and Skybridge was born.
Ariel has joyously been leading and tweaking the Skybridge program for the past four years. She is Skybridge’s most avid student.