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Rhonda Britten

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Rhonda Britten - Emmy Award-winner, repeat Oprah guest - is the founder of the Fearless Living Institute, an organization dedicated to giving anyone the tools they need to master their emotional fears, and the author of four national bestsellers including Fearless Living which features Rohonda Brittens groundbreaking work called the Wheel Technology. Rhonda Britten has written several national bestsellers based... read full bio

Mal Warwick

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Mal Warwick has distinguished himself through his contributions to the nonprofit sector as one of the worlds leading authors, consultants, and speakers on direct response marketing and fundraising for nonprofit organizations and as an advocate for socially and environmentally responsible policies and practices in the private sector. Mal Warwick is the author of Fundraising When Money is Tight: A Strategic... read full bio

Valerie Ramsey

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Valerie Ramsey is a firm believer that life is an adventure we create for ourselves and that we are never too old to have a new dream or to celebrate a new success. Since her 50s, her life has continued to open up and flourish in ways she never would have dreamed possible. She has lived her life in direct... read full bio

Joni Evans

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Joni Evans is a publishing legend who has sold, green-lit or influenced more than 100 bestselling books in her career by authors as diverse as Mario Puzo, Fannie Flagg, Quincy Jones, James Patterson, Ann Coulter, Joseph Heller and Marcus Buckingham. ... read full bio

Marc Kielburger

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Marc Kielburger is a social entrepreneur, New York Times best-selling author and gifted orator. Along with his brother Craig Kielburger, Marc is the co-founder of Free The Children, an international charity and educational partner that empowers youth to achieve their fullest potential as agents of change. He also co-founded Me to We, a pioneering social enterprise, and the youth empowerment... read full bio

Denis Hayes

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Denis Hayes is an environmental activist and proponent of solar power. During the Carter Administration, Hayes became head of the Solar Energy Research Institute. Hayes has been president of the Bullitt Foundation. Hayes has received the national Jefferson Awards Medal for Outstanding Public Service as well as many other awards. Hayes became head of the Solar Energy Research. He is... read full bio

Nazanin Afshin-Jam

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Nazanin Afshin-Jam has done many things throughout her life. She was former Miss World Canada, the President and co-founder of Stop Children Executions organizations and an active international human rights activist. She also is very well known for her singer/songwriter and actor career. Nazanin Afshin-Jam plans to use her music and speeches to help her efforts in helping be the... read full bio

Fannie Flagg

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Fannie Flagg, is an actress, comedian and author. Flagg was nominated for an Academy Award for the screenplay adaptation. She was hired as a staff writer for Allen Funt's Candid Camera. Among her novels is Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man, Welcome to the World, Baby Girl! And perhaps her best known book, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop... read full bio

Nancy Austin

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Nancy K. Austins work and writing has been revolutionary to the way business is handled. As a leading authority and well-known speaker on smart management Nancys success is very admirable. She has addressed business, education, and military leaders in countries on six continents. Nancy also co-wrote, with Tom Peters, the book A Passion for Excellence: The Leadership Difference. This book... read full bio

Nikki Giovanni

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The world-renowned poet, writer, commentator, activists, and educator, Nikki Giovanni has done it all. With her beliefs on civil rights and equality, Giovanni’s outspokenness in her words, has helped bring the world’s eyes upon herself. Iovanni takes a lot of pride in being the person that she is today. She insists on only sharing the truth as she sees it.... read full bio

Dustin Lance Black

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American screenwriter, director, producer, and LGBT rights advocate Dustin Lance Black is well-known. His Oscar-winning screenplay for the Sean Penn-starring biopic "MILK" is what made him most famous. Black's moving and impactful Oscars acceptance speech offered civil rights campaigners around the country encouragement and motivation. He served on the American Foundation for Equal Rights' founding board, and his play "8"... read full bio

Tracey Gold

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Tracey Gold is well known to audiences throughout the world. She has appeared in feature films, television series and movies-of-the-week. As a teenager she starred in Growing Pains" for seven years, playing wholesome, brainy Carol Seaver in a picture-perfect eighties family. Gold was a pretty and professional young star with a limitless future. But behind the smiles she was... read full bio

David Doubilet

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A truly talented photographic artist, highly acclaimed underwater photographer David Doubilet has been a contract photographer for numerous articles, and he is known for his amazing work published primarily by National Geographic Magazine. Exploring the world's waters, Doubilet has photographed in the depths of such places as the southwest Pacific, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Tasmania, Scotland, and the northwest Atlantic.... read full bio

Rupert Boneham

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With his 'Pearl' winnings, Rupert paid off debts and started a nonprofit dedicated to helping trouble teens. After fans voted for him to win $1 million during 'All-Stars,' Rupert has laid low, appearing in an indie movie and calling into a local Indianapolis radio talk show.... read full bio

Tad Agolia

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When a natural disaster hits, Tad Agoglia is one of the first to arrive at the scene. As founder of The First Response Team, Tad works with his four-man cleanup crew to provide emergency aid to disaster victims by whatever means necessary. Whether it is using a crane to open up the road for Emergency trucks, navigating his hovercraft through... read full bio

Dale Irvin

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Dale Irvin is the eleventh President of New York Theological Seminary and Professor of World Christianity. Previously, he served as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Academic Dean of the Seminary and is a long-time member of the Seminarys Faculty. He has been a member of the New York Theological Seminary faculty since 1989. He is the co-author with Scott... read full bio

Len Berman

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Len Berman is the former weekday evening sports anchor on WNBC-TV. Berman was with WNBC/NBC from 1982 to 2009. He was previously with WCBS-TV from 1979 to 1982, and before that at WBZ-TV in Boston from 1973 to 1978. At the end of WNBC's 11 p.m. newscast on Wednesday April 22, 2009, following taped messages of goodbye and good luck... read full bio

Rebecca Sive

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Rebecca Sive holds numerous roles including, author, faculty member, corporate executive, and former public official. Rebecca is an advocate for womens right to pursuit political leadership and power. Rebecca helped organizers with womens issues agendas for President Obama, Clinton, and Carter. This helped increased her passion for helping women advance in a professional setting. Rebecca speaks on various approaches... read full bio

James Orbinski

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No one knows more about the difficulty of running an effective aid mission than Dr. James Orbinski. The former president of Mdecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is now using his expertise to help victims in Haiti. A true humanitarian, Orbinski accepted a Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of MSF in 1999 for his leadership during the Rwandan genocide. Recently,... read full bio

Mel Young

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Mel Young is recognized as one of the world's leading social entrepreneurs by the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship. He is founder of the Homeless World Cup and author of GOAL: The story of the Homeless World Cup.... read full bio

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Celebrity Talent International is a booking agent to help you hire social issues speakers for corporate functions, business or private parites, fairs or festivals, weddings, speaking engangments, print or online advertising campaigns, media events, endorsements, fundraisers, or appearances. Contact CTI by calling 725-228-5100 today or submitting a request in order to book talent like Rhonda Britten, Mal Warwick, Valerie Ramsey, Joni Evans, Marc Kielburger, Denis Hayes, Nazanin Afshin-Jam, Fannie Flagg, Nancy Austin, Nikki Giovanni, Dustin Lance Black, Tracey Gold, David Doubilet, Rupert Boneham, Tad Agolia, Dale Irvin, Len Berman, Rebecca Sive, James Orbinski, Mel Young and more!