Nina Montée Karp is a producer, director, and environmental activist. She directed the award-winning educational DVDs The Happiest Baby and The Happiest Toddler on the Block. These best-selling films are used across the nation to reduce parental struggles and promote healthy family relations. She also helped create one of the first environmental documentaries, Not Under My Roof, with Olivia Newton-John and Kelly Preston.

Most recently, Nina wrote, produced, and directed Breast Cancer: The Path of Wellness and Healing. Hailed as a landmark educational guide, this DVD features the nation’s most celebrated breast cancer doctors and wellness experts, including Dr. Marisa Weiss, Dr. Susan Love, Dr. Dennis Slamon, Dr. Deepak Chopra, and Dr. Dean Ornish.

Her best-selling productions have been featured on programs including Good Morning America, The View, Dr. Phil, and CNN.

Nina is a founding Board member of Healthy Child Healthy World, one of the nation’s leading environmental nonprofits dedicated to protecting young children from harmful chemicals and promoting healthier environments. Nina is the youngest person to receive the prestigious Healthy Child Healthy World’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

She is also a Board member of the Environmental Working Group (EWG), one of the most prestigious environmental nonprofit organizations in the world, whose mission is to use the power of public information to protect public health.

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2015 Healthy Child Healthy World Event

Enjoy the video from the latest Healthy Child Healthy World Event. 23rd annual gala was sold out and event was held at the Montage in Beverly Hills. The evening featured dynamic speakers, organic food, beverages, desserts and Healthy Child’s signature gift bags containing healthy, nontoxic goodies from our corporate partners.

Attendees had an opportunity to learn practical solutions for how to create a healthier and safer environment for families and gather with others who share their deep commitment to protecting the health of our most precious resource—our children.