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Patty Wooten

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Patty Wooten RN is a successful nurse, a renowned international speaker, and an hilarious clown. With an extensive background in critical care, hospice, and home health, Patty set forth to express her love of nursing through the development of two fascinating clown characters; bold and bawdy Nancy Nurse and her whimsical, compassionate counterpart, Nurse Kindheart. From Miami to Madrid, from... read full bio

Kathy Lynn

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Kathy Lynn is the leading professional speaker on parenting and family issues. Over three decades of speaking to parents and professionals about kids and families, Kathy has helped thousands of Moms and Dads become better parents and has made a big difference in the lives of Canada's children. Participants at her presentations go home with immediately usable tips... read full bio

Kathryn Tull

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Having found her way through the private hell of domestic violence to the radiance of self-rediscovery, Kathryn Tull addresses the difficult task of attaining balance in our personal and professional lives. A charismatic speaker, trainer, consultant and coach, Kathryn speaks from the heart and shines a light on how significantly the behavior of those around us impacts our priorities... read full bio

Becky Due

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Becky Due was born in Minnesota, raised in Colorado, and returned to Minnesota. She went back to school, to study Journalism, Mass Media and Women's Studies. Having overcome hard times of her own, it became clear to her that she wanted to help others. Due has been a guest speaker at the Women's Resource Center in Minnesota, and colleges throughout... read full bio

Ted Bunch - A Call To Men

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Ted Bunch is the co-founder of the organization A Call To Men: National Association of Men and Women Committed to Ending Violence Against Women. He has also co-authored a book and curriculum entitled LIVE RESPECT, which is geared toward the younger generation of men with the goal of instilling in them a sense of respect for women. Ted is recognized... read full bio

Jackson Katz

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Jackson Katz is one of America's leading anti-sexist male activists. An educator, author and filmmaker, he is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work in the field of gender violence prevention education with men and boys, particularly in the sports culture and the military. He has lectured on hundreds of college and high school campuses and has conducted hundreds of professional... read full bio

Dr. Inge Auerbacher

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Inge Auerbacher was born in Germany and spent three years between 7-10 years of age in the Terezin concentration camp in Czechoslovakia, where out of 15,000 children, about 1 percent survived. She remembers when the now famous childrens opera Brundibar was first written and performed while she was in Terezin. She tells her life story in three books; I... read full bio

Tanya Brown

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Tanya Brown is the youngest sister of the late Nicole Brown Simpson. She has worked as an activist and speaker driven to help those who have suffered abuse; she has authored books entitled Fiding Peace Amidst the Chaos and The Seven Characters of Abuse: Where It Starts and Where It Can End. In an effort to honor Nicole's memory, her... read full bio

Richard Mohr

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Richard Mohr has written on social issues affecting gay and lesbian Americans. One of the country's leading advocates for lesbian and gay marriage, his essay Gay Basics" has been anthologized over thirty times. Richard is the author of "Gays/Justice: A Study of Ethics, Society, and Law"; "Gay Ideas: Outing and Other Controversies"; "A More Perfect Union"; and "The Long Arc... read full bio

Jeremy Travis

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Jeremy Travis, president of John Cay College of Criminal Justice, has been serving in the position for over twelve years. He has spearheaded an immense amount of growth in the research conducted at John Jay, which increased research funding by almost $25 million in just a year. Travis' many honors include the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, the American Society... read full bio

Laganja Estranja

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Laganja Estranja (Jay Jackson) is a choreographer, drag queen, and cannabis activist based in Los Angeles, CA. She appeared on the television show RuPaul's Drag Race, and has gone on to travel the world as a drag performer, tour and choreograph with Miley Cyrus, and teach an international traveling dance school. She is a voice for LGBTQA rights, and speaks... read full bio

Eric Leonardos

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Eric Leonardos is a native Texan, living his dream as a Celebrity Hairstylist in West Hollywood, CA. Eric has identified a gay man since he was 18 years old and has been living with HIV for over 11 years. Last year Eric made the bold choice to disclose his HIV status on national television as a contestant on Logo TV's... read full bio

Susan Weitzman

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Weitzman practices psychotherapy, working with individuals, couples and groups, and also does litigation consultation and expert witness work. She is a weekly expert on the Morning News show at WSBT-TV, a CBS station-affiliate, where she offers expert commentary on current issues and mental health perspectives, especially related to daily living and family life. Formerly on the clinical staff for twelve... read full bio

Barbara Cameron

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Barbara Cameron is the mother of four children, two who are familiar to many for their TV roles. Kirk Cameron played Mike Seaver on the hit television series, Growing Pains and Candace Cameron played D.J. Tanner on the iconic show, Full House. Get the inside story as to what it's like to raise two famous child actors in Hollywood, and... read full bio

Nancy Rosanoff

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Nancy Rosanoff is an internationally known expert on intuition. She has worked full time as an intuition consultant and trainer. Over the course of her career she has counseled, trained and inspired thousands of individuals to realize their goals by harnessing their intuition. She became a pioneer in the field of intuition after several dramatic personal experiences revealed that she... read full bio

Crystal Andrus Morissette

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Dedicated to helping women world-wide feel beautiful, feminine, healthy, and empowered in body, mind, & spirit, Crystal Andrus is a leader in the field of self-discovery and personal transformation. A former 200 pound stay-at-home mom turned best-selling author, radio host, life coach, fitness expert, nutritionist, and single mother of two, Crystal has weaved the tumultuous and triumphant stories of her... read full bio

Rudi Thomas

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As a survivor of domestic violence, Rudi Thomas decided that the education of women from a spiritual standpoint is needed for the cycle of violence to stop. Rudis belief is that with a strong rooted foundation of knowledge, a person can weather the storm and survive. Rudi is the founder of Full Spectrum Ministries, a womens ministry based on the... read full bio

Gale Williams-Jackson

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By the age of 5, Gale Williams-Jackson knew that domestic violence had a destructive affect on families. As a child she kept a private money jar with coins to call the police from a phone booth when she feared for her mothers life. She witnessed the abuse and murder of her mother suffered at the hands of her abuser as... read full bio

Betty Ramirez Swinners

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Betty Ramirez Swinners is the owner and CEO of Diversity Speakers and a motivational speaker who has dedicated her life to sharing her story of success and survival to encourage others to believe in themselves. A survivor of abuse, she was raised as a homeless child, living in an abandoned house. Education was not a priority to her family, so... read full bio

Betty Williams

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Won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976 for her efforts in Northern Ireland, and has remained a highly visible and dynamic player in the international arena since that time. In 1997 she founded the World Centers of Compassion for Children, a non-profit working to create safe havens where children will be fed,cared for,educated and heard.Her vision and efforts couldn't be... read full bio



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