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Season 1

“Tough Questions”

“Tough Questions”

Companies today make it their mission to drive social change for future generations. These businesses create a culture of doing good, while boosting the bottom-line. Join Miracle Children as they interview the executives who make it happen.

“Quack, Quack Aflac”

“Quack, Quack Aflac”

Chloe, a cancer survivor, visits with Dan Amos, CEO of Aflac to learn about responsible companies and how a special duck can help kids cope with cancer.  

“He’s Yawning”

“He’s Yawning”

Parker wakes up early to talk about impacting children's health with Kane Calamari, president of the Ace Hardware Foundation and creates an impromptu quiz.

“Good to Know”

“Good to Know”

Arne Sorenson, CEO of Marriott International discusses investing in local communities with Teddy, one of 10 million children impacted by Marriott each year.

“Fore the Kids”

“Fore the Kids”

On the course with Tony Kenney, president of Speedway, 16-year-old Alex learns that giving generously is the driving force behind Speedway’s company culture.  

“Dream Come True!”

“Dream Come True!”

Teddy Moore, CMN Hospitals’ Miracle Kid is back for his sophomore year as Chief Blizzard® Officer for @Dairy Queen. To celebrate Miracle Treat Day coming up Thursday, July 25, Teddy interviewed Troy Bader, DQ® President and CEO.

RE/MAX’s New CEO

RE/MAX’s New CEO

CMN Hospitals patient Ciarlo matches wits with the CEO of RE/MAX, Adam Contos. Watch as the two discuss Ciarlo's first word, the number of pushups Adam can do and why RE/MAX supports children's hospitals.

Driven by Love

Driven by Love

Jenny Love Meyer, Vice President of Communications at Love’s Travel Stops and Chair of CMN Hospitals’ Board of Governors, climbs into a rig with 11-year-old Chloe, a cancer survivor and patient at her local CMN Hospital, to talk about their mutual appreciation for professional drivers and love of coffee.

About Tough Questions

Tough Questions is an annual six-episode series that provides a look at how to do corporate social responsibility right. High-level corporate executives are interviewed by a child – one of 10 million annually – impacted by donations given to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals thru its various fundraising partners and programs. The featured organizations are proud partners of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and support the nonprofit’s mission to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible. Each episode provides a balance of personal interest and business as the executive and child explore how organizations can work with employees and customers to create positive change in local communities.