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Damon Young

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Damon Young is an American writer, editor, author, and co-founder of the website VerySmartBrothas. Young was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and while in high school, he played basketball and was able to earn a basketball scholarship to Canisius College, where he earned his M.A. degree in English. Young later co-founded VerySmartBrothas, which is a dating and relationship blog that also... read full bio

Jamelle Bouie

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Jamelle Bouie is an American journalist, columnist, and writer, who is currently a journalist and columnist for The New York Times and a political analyst for CBS News. Through his work as a writer, Bouie covers political topics such as elections, history, racial politics, campaigns, national affairs, and culture. Bouie was born in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and he went on... read full bio

Hollie McKay

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Hollie McKay was born in Australia but made her way to America to start her career in journalism. After attending Pace University in New York, where she received a degree in Communications, she began working at Fox News as an intern. Working her way to the top, Hollie started writing the network’s entertainment column Pop Tarts before making her to... read full bio

Quentin Hardy

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Quentin Hardy is currently the Head of Editorial for the Google Cloud. He graduated from Kenyon College with an AB in English and went on to graduate from SOAS University of London with an MA in Area Studies-Southeast Asia, he then went to Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Hardy started his career as a reporter at Dow Jones for... read full bio

Wendy Zuckerman

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Wendy Zuckerman is an Australian science journalist and podcast who is best known for being the host of the podcast Science Vs, which works to communicate science, it’s controversy, and confusion, to non-scientists. Science Vs was previously produced and distributed by Australian Broadcasting Corporation as part of ABC Radio’s First Run podcast program. The podcast takes on topics such as... read full bio

Simon Rogers

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Simon Rogers is a data editor, analyzer, journalist, writer, and speaker. He has written a variety of different books and papers, including Facts Are Sacred: The Power of Data. Rogers has also written infographics for childrens books, was the launch news editor of the Guardians United Kingdom data site, and has three Guardian books including How Slow Can You Waterski... read full bio

Kate Fagan

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Kate Fagan is a long time columnist and feature writer for outlets like ESPN.com, ESPN The Magazine, and for ESPN on-air. Apart from her work with ESPN, Fagan is also an author of her own and wrote the book, “What Made Maddy Run”, which spent a month on the New York Times best-seller Sports list and talks about the importance... read full bio

Gerri Willis

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As host of The Willis Report on FOX Business Network, Gerri Willis dissects the news of the day and explains its effect on your wallet. Willis and her panel of experts always bring the story back to how it impacts the American taxpayer, serving as an advocate for consumers everywhere. Prior to joining FOX, she was host of Your Bottom... read full bio

Helene Cooper

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Helene Cooper has a unique window into world events. As a former White House correspondent for the New York Times, she had a front row seat to the major breaking stories from Washington. Coupled with her experience as a diplomatic correspondent for the New York Times and reporter and foreign correspondent at the Wall Street Journal, she has a perspective... read full bio

Charles Blow

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Charles M. Blow is the Visual Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times, where his weekly column appears every Saturday. Mr. Blows columns tackle hot-button issues such as teen pregnancy, the national debt, the presidential race, gender roles, and the gay rights movement. Blow joined The Times in 1994 as the papers graphics editor; during his tenure he led the... read full bio

Natali Morris

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Natali Morris is a technology and finance contributor on The Today Show and CNBC. Expanding on her spectrum of knowledge on consumer products, Natali also works with brands to host informational videos and satellite media tours on behalf of targeted campaigns with past partners including Visa, Disney, Sony, BasicTalk and Staples. Previously, Natali worked as an anchor for CNET TV... read full bio

Amy DuBois Barnett

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The office for Amy DuBois Barnett has asked that CTI not list them, give out pricing, information or availability. If you are interested in this celebrity only, please contact CTI directly and we can let you know the process needed to confirm a date with them.

Maria Hinojosa

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The office for Maria Hinojosa has asked that CTI not list them, give out pricing, information or availability. If you are interested in this celebrity only, please contact CTI directly and we can let you know the process needed to confirm a date with them.

Jeffrey Lyons

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Jeffrey Lyons has reviewed more than 15,000 movies, 900 Broadway and off-Broadway plays, interviewed nearly 500 actors, written or co-authored six books, co-hosted three national movie review shows, and received two honorary degrees so far. He’s lectured at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C., four times at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, and in venues all over... read full bio

Doc Searls

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Doc Searls is an American author, journalist and photographer from Jersey City, New Jersey. He is known for being a blogger and for being an author on books such as “The Cluetrain Manifesto” and “The Intention Economy: When Customers Take Charge”. Searls is Editor-in-Chief of Linux Journal and has been involved with them since they began publishing; working as a... read full bio

Nomi Prins

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Nomi Prins is a prominent journalist, former international investment banker, author, and speaker. Exploring topics within economics, finance, politics, and corruption, Prins has written several books including, Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World, All the Presidents’ Bankers, and Black Tuesday. Prins has been featured on numerous TV and Radio programs including: CNN, BBC, CNBC, NPR, and CNN Radio. Supplementing... read full bio

Robert X. Cringley

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Robert X. Cringely is the pen name of American journalist and technology writer who is also known as his name Mark Stephens. Stephens graduated from the College of Wooster with a B.A. and he went on to earn his M.A. in Communication from Stanford University. As Cringely, Stephens has written in publications such as The New York Times, Forbes, Newsweek,... read full bio

Gene Wojciechowski

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Gene Wojciechowski is an American sports writer who is best known for his work with ESPN. Wojciechowski was born in Salina, Kansas, and he has earned his bachelor’s degree in communications and journalism from the University of Tennessee. After earning his degree, he began working as a sports writer for college football and basketball where he wrote for companies such... read full bio

Jill Dougherty

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Jill Dougherty is an American journalist and educator who has been a correspondent for CNN for several years. During her time working for CNN, Dougherty has been a White House correspondent, and a Foreign Affairs correspondent. Throughout her career as a correspondent, Dougherty has covered the US State Department, US Affairs Editor, and has also been the Moscow Bureau Chief... read full bio

Matt Bai

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Matt Bai is an American journalist, screenwriter, and author who is best known for being the political columnist for Yahoo! News. Bai was born in Trumbell, Connecticut, and he earned his B.A. from Tufts University before going on to earn his M.A. from Columbia Graduate School of Journalism where he earned the Pulitzer Traveling Fellowship. Bai began his career working... read full bio



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Celebrity Talent International is a booking agent to help you hire journalist 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 Damon Young, Jamelle Bouie, Hollie McKay, Quentin Hardy, Wendy Zuckerman, Simon Rogers, Kate Fagan, Gerri Willis, Helene Cooper, Charles Blow, Natali Morris, Amy DuBois Barnett, Maria Hinojosa, Jeffrey Lyons, Doc Searls, Nomi Prins, Robert X. Cringley, Gene Wojciechowski, Jill Dougherty, Matt Bai and more!