Krista Williams is a social media influencer and creator/editor of the blog, The Hundred Blog. Hundred, as in 'keep it one hundred" is her life motto. She has been featured in Women's Health, Self Magazine, Refinery29 and various other outlets.

She partners closely with cutting edge thoughtful brands, like Airbnb, Adidas, Free People and Starwood Hotel Group, to name a few. Krista also works in digital media, managing Fortune 100 relationships with major clients. 

 

Lindsey is an actress, singer, model and SoulCycle Instructor from a small town in eastern Pennsylvania, where she was raised on a steady diet of soft pretzels.  Before moving to LA, she went to college in Boston and lived in New York City.  Little did she know that she was planting the seeds that would grow roots in Los Angeles.  (She also loves plant analogies).  The hustle in LA feels like the dream to Linds.  Especially since meeting her ultimate hustle partner, Krista Williams.  They clicked and started to create from the get-go.  You can find Lindsey at SoulCycle studios on the West Side, guest starring in shows like "Mistresses" on ABC, starring in her own sketch series Just Alicia on YouTube, taking classes at The Groundlings and Lesly Kahn, and modeling for brands like Carbon38! 

 

Chloe Leonard is an artist, designer, and creative producer and has been with the podcast since the beginning. While she's not working her magic behind the scenes of Almost 30, she's designing websites, social media campaigns, and more for an amazing list of clients at her personal design studio Leo Creative. Chloe was born and raised in California (Marin County), attended Chapman University in Southern California, and studied public relations in Florence, Italy. During her time in college, she met Lindsey as a devoted rider in her SoulCycle Newport Beach classes, leading to her start with Almost 30 as their intern while finishing school, and the rest is history. In her free time, you can find Chloe teaching Krista and Lindsey all of her "cool" millennial lingo, stealing aux cords and playing Mark Morrison's "Return of the Mack" everywhere she goes.