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Marc Brown

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Best known as writer of children's books. He writes as well as illustrates his Arthur books. He is best-known for the Arthur series and its spin-offs. He currently lives in Hingham, Massachusetts. The names of his two sons, Tolon and Tucker, have been hidden in all of the Arthur books except for one. He also has a daughter named Eliza,... read full bio

Joseph Califano

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Jill Ker Conway

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Nothing came easily for Jill Ker Conway. She lived on a sheep ranch until her father died, forcing the family to move to Sydney. Loss and difficulty did not dim Conways vision because she could see beyond the life she knew. Even though she had to drop out of school several times for family reasons, she earned her college degree... read full bio

Jane Pratt

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Jane Pratt, has become the quintessential voice of today's young women - first as the Founding Editor of Sassy; then as the host of two television shows; and now with JANE, her signature magazine for women (18-34). JANE marks Pratt's return to her publishing roots with a lifestyle magazine for a generation of women who have grown up with... read full bio

Joe Roberts

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Joe Roberts offers unique, real life experiences that his audience can relate to. His history of homelessness, poverty and addiction which transitioned into success, wealth, high morals and ethics as well as strong leadership skills is unique and memorable, and leaves every audience member with something to reflect on. His captivating story is presented with passion, charisma and humor, and... read full bio

Eleanor Smeal

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Recognized throughout the nation as a womens rights leader, Eleanor Smeal appears frequently on television and radio, testifies before Congress on a wide variety of womens issues, and speaks to diverse audiences nationwide on a broad range of feminist topics. For over two decades, she has played a leading role in both national and state... read full bio

Victor Rivas Rivers

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Sheila Walsh

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Ignore the occasional grazing buffalo, and central Tennessee's rolling hills bear a passing resemblance to the rugged terrain of Ayr, Sheila Walsh's hometown in southwest Scotland. Yet Ayr is truly a world away from the contented life Sheila now leads in rural Franklin, just south of Nashville. Long one of the most dynamic and recognizable women in the church, Sheila... read full bio

Dr. Stephen Spector

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Stephen Spector received his Ph.D. at Yale University and is Chairman of the English Department at Stony Brook University. He is a specialist in the Bible and its influence on Jewish-Christian relations. Professor Spector has published six books, the most recent of which are Operation Solomon: The Daring Rescue of the Ethiopian Jews (Oxford, 2005) and Evangelicals and... read full bio

Neal Bascomb

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Neal Bascomb is the author of the national bestseller The Perfect Mile, the critically acclaimed Higher, and the award-winning Red Mutiny. A former editor and international journalist in London and Paris, he has also contributed to the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. Although not of Jewish heritage, Bascomb came to write about Eichmann's capture after meeting several... read full bio

Brenda Combs

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Listed in Who's Who Among America's Teachers, Brenda Combs is a symbol of inspiration and perseverance to all who meet her. Fewer than thirteen years ago, Combs was a homeless crack addict and criminal who had been shot, beaten, and raped. Today, having completely turned her life around, the media has lauded her journey as being from homeless to hero.... read full bio

David L. Blumenfeld, PH.D.

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Ann Simonton

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A former top model who appeared in Glamour, Vogue, Cosmo and on the cover of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue has turned her back on the career to dedicate herself to exposing exploitation of women. She has a powerful multi-media presentation that exposes the effects media has on society and how it shapes our perceptions. ... read full bio

Stacey Bess

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Regina Louise

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Author and child advocate, Regina Louise calls foster kids nobodys children, for she was once one of them. Discarded by her birth parents, tossed around throughout over thirty foster homes, Regina didnt experience much of a childhood while suffering at the hands of the families in the foster care system. Today, she has risen above her adversities and recreated the... read full bio

Adam J. Foss

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Adam J. Foss is a strong advocate for criminal justice reform and the importance of the role of the prosecutor in ending mass incarceration. His philosophy is that the profession of prosecution is ripe for reinvention requiring better incentives and more measurable metrics for success beyond, simply, cases won. As a sought after speaker on criminal justice reform, he highlights... read full bio

Mary Curran Hackett

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Mary Curran Hackett is the author of two best-selling novels PROOF OF HEAVEN and PROOF OF ANGELS (HarperCollins, NY) and the forthcoming memoir ALL THE THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPENED that chronicles a tumultuous year in her twenties when she survived a violent rape and began life as a single mother. Ultimately, she came away with a newfound strength, faith, and... read full bio

Maralee Mclean

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In her book, Prosecuted But Not Silenced, Maralee Mclean shares her difficult legal battle to protect her daughter from her ex-husbands sexual abuse. A dedicated child advocate, she organized a National Rally of Mothers at the Capitol and is involved in legislative work on the task force for the Colorado Childrens Code appointed by the Governor. Maralee has testified before... read full bio

Tim Ballard

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As the founder and CEO of Operation Underground Railroad, an organization dedicated to liberating children who have been kidnapped, trafficked, or exploited, Tim Ballard is deeply passionate about human rights and keeping children safe across the globe. Ballard worked for 12 years as a special agent and undercover operator for the Department of Homeland Security. During his career, he went... read full bio

Dawn Schiller

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Dawn Schiller is an expert survivor-leader in the anti-trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault movements. Abused and trafficked on the streets of Hollywood in her teens by the infamous porn actor, John Holmes, she survived the gruesome Wonderland Avenue murders in 1981 and ultimately turned him into the police. Her subsequent years of struggle to survivorship, education and service offer... 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 Marc Brown, Joseph Califano, Jill Ker Conway, Jane Pratt, Joe Roberts, Eleanor Smeal, Victor Rivas Rivers, Sheila Walsh, Dr. Stephen Spector, Neal Bascomb, Brenda Combs, David L. Blumenfeld, PH.D., Ann Simonton, Stacey Bess, Regina Louise, Adam J. Foss, Mary Curran Hackett, Maralee Mclean, Tim Ballard, Dawn Schiller and more!