Shannon Miller of Jacksonville remains the Most Decorated Olympic Gymnast in American History with 7 Olympic medals. Her tally of five medals at the 1992 Olympics was the most medals won by a US athlete in any sport. At the ’96 Games, she led the “Magnificent Seven” to the US Women’s first ever Team Gold and for the first time for any American gymnast, she captured Gold on the Balance Beam. Shannon has since moved from Olympic athlete to advocate for the health and wellness of women and children. In 2010, she launched her company Shannon Miller Lifestyle: Health and Fitness for Women in Jacksonville, Florida with a mission to help women make their health a priority. In January of 2011, Shannon was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer. Now cancer-free she continues to be a strong advocate for early detection, awareness, research and survivorship. She remains a highly sought-after motivational speaker and advocate for the health and wellness of women and children. Shannon’s memoir, It’s Not About Perfect: Competing for My Country and Fighting for My Life, is her inspirational memoir written to encourage and empower others to break through and overcome their own personal challenges. In addition to her work in women’s health, Shannon’s foundation has grown to serve over 8,000 children on the First Coast through the SM Foundation Running Club, an in-school program she developed to help increase physical activity for children. Shannon and her husband, John Falconetti have two children.