We're pleased to share with you that Rosa Rios, a recent U.S. Treasurer, will join Moe, Silvina, me and Steve Wozniak at the panel of the show.
I find her story especially inspirational due to her humble beginnings. According to Wikipedia:
Rios was born the sixth of nine children in Hayward, California. Rios' mother raised all nine children on her own and with the support of their church, sent all of her children to Catholic schools and off to college. All nine children worked at a young age. Treasurer Rios worked full-time throughout high school at the office headquarters for the Alameda County Library System. She worked various jobs including ordering and processing books before they were sent to the branches. Treasurer Rios has frequently said that she had won the lottery with this job as she had access to any book she ever wanted to read. She worked long hours, often coming home late at night and working on her homework into the early morning hours.
and now you can see her signature on U.S. banknotes: