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Jep Robertson

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Jules Jeptha "Jep" Robertson is the son of Duck Dynasty legends Phil and Miss Kay. During the reality show of the same name, Jep was more of a background character for a while until the 4th season, when he became more of a main character alongside Willie, Jase, Si, and Phil. After the major success of Duck Dynasty, Jep and... read full bio

Kailash Satyarthi

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Indian social reformer Kailash Satyarthi fought against child labor in his country and promoted the idea of everyone having the right to an education. Together with Malala Yousafzai, he shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. He is the creator of numerous social activist groups, including the Bal Ashram Trust, the Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation, the Global March Against Child... read full bio

Reverend Mary Murray Shelton

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Author, coach, and inspirational speaker Rev. Mary Murray Shelton has a history in theater. Rev. Mary, a skilled storyteller and ordained minister in the United Church of Religious Science, served as senior pastor for the churches in Santa Rosa and Huntington Beach for a combined total of seven and four years, respectively. She was given the Beverly O'Neill Women's Empowerment... read full bio

Natalie Williams

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American basketball executive and former Women's National Basketball Association participant Natalie Jean Williams (WNBA). In 2016, Williams was enshrined in the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. At UCLA, she was a successful volleyball player as well. Williams has been the Las Vegas Aces' WNBA general manager since 2022. The 1999 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year is Natalie. Soon... read full bio

Marta Sahagun De Fox

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Marta Sahagn has served as the First Lady of Mexico from her marriage to President Vicente Fox on July 2, 2001. She held this position until President Fox's departure from office on November 30, 2006. Sahagn was the second of six children that were born to Dr. Alberto Sahagn de la Parra and Ana Teresa Jiménez Vargas. Dr. Alberto Sahagn de... read full bio

Kathy Barbell

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The Child Welfare League of America's senior program director for program operations is now Kathy Barbell. Foster care is Kathy's passion, despite the fact that she is knowledgeable about a wide range of topics affecting kids, teens, and families. Kathy has a lengthy history with the League; for six years, she served as its director of foster care. She played... read full bio

Linda Spears

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In her twenty-four years of experience in the field of child welfare services, Ms. Spears has held positions at both the practitioner and senior management levels. Linda was just been given the position of Vice President of CWLA, giving her responsibility over the organization's media, message, business alliances, and individual development activities. Previously, she held the position of Associate Vice... read full bio

Shay Bilchik

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At Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy, Shay Bilchik holds the positions of Research Professor and Director Emeritus of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform. The creation and implementation of sensible policies that best serve the needs of underprivileged children and their families has been the focus of Professor Bilchik's career. The Center's mission is to pursue a multi-system, balanced... read full bio

Parker Stevenson

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American actor Parker Stevenson is best known for his roles as Frank Hardy in The Hardy Boys and Craig Pomeroy in Baywatch. In the film A Separate Peace, Stevenson had his first prominent on-screen role. After earning degrees in architecture from Princeton University and Brooks School, he came to Hollywood and won a part opposite Sam Elliott in the movie... read full bio

Cathie Black

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Every woman dreams of having a mentor like Cathie Black—someone who is both intelligent and amusing. At a period when women didn't sell, she was a pioneer in the advertising sales industry, served as president and publisher of the budding USA Today and in her present role as president of Hearst Magazines, convinced Oprah to start a magazine. For the third year... read full bio

Jill Krementz

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Author and photographer Jill Krementz. She has written 31 books, primarily in the fields of photography and children's literature. She made her living off of it as a photojournalist. She was the New York Herald-Tribune photographer. She created the cover image for The New York Times magazine with her color photograph of the March on the Pentagon. She documented the Vietnam... read full bio

Shannon Watts

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Born on January 1, 1971, Shannon Watts is a well-known American gun violence prevention activist who has devoted her life to the struggle against gun violence in the country. She is most recognized for founding Moms Demand Action, the biggest grassroots organization in the country dedicated to stopping gun violence. Her work in this area have brought her widespread acclaim... read full bio

The Minimalists

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The Minimalists are Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus. The duo help people around the world live more meaningful lives with less through their podcast, documentary, website, and books. The duo have been featured in outlets such as TIME, ABC, CBS, Fox, BBC, Forbes, Boston Globe, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and NPR. Minimalists don’t just focus on less,... read full bio

Scott Harrison

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Scott Harrison, has had a life path that can only be characterized as transforming. Harrison had a wealthy and egotistical existence as a club promoter before committing himself to humanitarian work. He got a deep insight about the meaninglessness of his existence and the necessity to have a constructive impact on the world, though, during a wild vacation to Uruguay. Harrison... read full bio

Angela Davis

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Through her activism and her scholarship over the last decades, Angela Davis has been deeply involved in our nation’s quest for social justice. Her work as an educator – both at the university level and in the larger public sphere – has always emphasized the importance of building communities of struggle for economic, racial, and gender equality. Professor Davis’ teaching... read full bio

Marlo Thomas

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Marlo Thomas found fame starring in That Girl" and became a feminist icon of '60s sitcom TV. She is a new millennium woman who gracefully juggles political activism, Hollywood, and a robust family and social life. Thomas starred in the sitcom "That Girl. The show defined an era with its portrayal of independent, free-spirited Ann Marie, a daughter of the... read full bio

Karenna Gore Schiff

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Monumentalizing Nine Women Who Changed Modern America - In Karenna Gores first book, Lighting the Way: Nine Women Who Changed Modern America, Karenna Gore Schiff profiles nine courageous, train-blazing women who put themselves on the line to combat racism, cruelty to children, pollution, disease, bigotry, povery, and to challenge the limits put on women as public leaders. Filled with riveting... read full bio

Alicia Silverstone

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Alicia Silverstone started her career in the entertainment business at a young age and is best known for her memorable performance in the movie Clueless. Her modeling career quickly gained traction, landing her roles in a number of commercials and even an episode of The Wonder Years. At the age of 15, Silverstone had a stunning turn of circumstances that allowed... read full bio

William McDonough

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One of the most creative designers and visionary architects in the field of sustainable development, William McDonough shows organizations how green corporate innovations help the environment and the bottom line. William McDonough is a world-renowned architect and designer and winner of three U.S. presidential awards. He designed and built the first solar-heated house in Ireland in 1977.He is the co-founder... read full bio

Jeffrey Wright

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Critically acclaimed actor Jeffrey Wright continually pushes the boundaries of his craft with inspiring and celebrated performances in an illustrious career that has spanned the worlds of theatre, film and television. Wright is best known for his roles in the HBO miniseries Angels in America, Basquiat, Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace, HBOs Boardwalk Empire, HBOs Westworld, and The Hunger... 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 Jep Robertson, Kailash Satyarthi, Reverend Mary Murray Shelton, Natalie Williams, Marta Sahagun De Fox, Kathy Barbell, Linda Spears, Shay Bilchik, Parker Stevenson, Cathie Black, Jill Krementz, Shannon Watts, The Minimalists, Scott Harrison, Angela Davis, Marlo Thomas, Karenna Gore Schiff, Alicia Silverstone, William McDonough, Jeffrey Wright and more!