Alyson Stoner is a multi-hyphenate artist, published author, global speaker, and founder of Movement Genius, the holistic fitness program that reconnects mind-body-being through creativity. Alyson makes personal transformation accessible, affordable and culturally relevant to all. A sought-after advocate for mental health and social impact, Alyson has presented and led programming for the United Nations, World Economic Forum, World Health Organization, WE Day, MindValley, Al Gore’s 24-Hours of Reality, and LGBT Center Los Angeles. She's collaborated with TED, Chopra Institute, Women in Green and beyond.
She hosts Simplexity podcast, with the mission to simplify the complexities of life through meaningful dialogue with experts across sectors. She was music supervisor for a children’s emotional intelligence development app, QWunder, and facilitated mindful movement programs for incarcerated women and LGBT youth. Her viral articles on career and sexuality span Rolling Stone to Teen Vogue. She’s currently utilizing her certifications to design courses alongside psychotherapists and topical experts in realms of Somatic Healing for Racialized Trauma, Tech & Media Literacy, Integral Consciousness, and Mindful Movement. She also teaches dance monthly to 1,000s of students through CLI Studios.
During her childhood years, Alyson performed in 200+ films, TV shows, and tours, including Disney Channel's "Camp Rock" & "Phineas & Ferb" and film franchises "Step Up" & "Cheaper by the Dozen." She remains active in the voiceover world and can be heard in “The Incredibles 2,” Amazon's "Pete the Cat", “Lego Batman”, WB’s “Young Justice”, and Nickelodeon's "Loud House". Her unique storytelling, widespread audience and mission to elevate others has garnered a diverse online community who join in the shared desire of living purposefully and creating a better world for everyone.