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Carol Gilligan

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Carol Gilligan is a psychologist and ethicist, the Founder of Difference Feminism. Best known for her books and essays, Gilligans first book, In a Different Voice, launched her into the feminist world. This book is now used as a text for psychologists and feminists about the different approaches genders take in regards to moral behavior. Gilligan also played a role... read full bio

Ernie Hudson

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Ernie Hudson is one of the most sought-after actors of our time with an impressive list of credits and awards. He is a beloved star in film, television and stage, long considered one of Hollywood’s iconic working actors who continually delivers. His road to fame, however, had its share of hardships. In his early years, Hudson was born in... read full bio

Chief Almir Narayamoga Surui

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Chief Almir Narayamoga Surui is the Surui Tribe leader and a political activist. For over 15 years, Surui has been fighting to save his Surui tribe and the Amazon rainforest and he is credited for almost single-handedly bringing his tribe back from the brink of extinction. Amidst several death threats for his oppositions to mining, logging, Surui relies on the... read full bio

Nadya Tolokonnikova

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Nadya Tolokonnikova is a Russian student, political activist, and performance artist who is a member and founder of the Anarchist Feminist group Pussy Riot. As an activist, Nadya has spoken before the British Parliament, US Congress, and European Parliament to advocate for human rights in Russia. Nadya has also published three books, “Read & Riot: A Pussy Riot Guide to... read full bio

Fred Guttenberg

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Fred Guttenberg is a human rights activist against gun violence. Guttenberg became an activist for gun violence after his 14-year-old daughter, Jaime Guttenberg, was killed in the Parkland Shooting. The day after the shooting in Parkland, Florida, Guttenberg spoke out on gun control to the nationally televised CNN town hall where he also confronted Senator Marco Rubio for his stance... read full bio

Maggie Doyne

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Humanitarian and activist Maggie Doyne has devoted her life to empowering women and teaching children in Nepal. She received recognition as a Forbes "Top 30 under 30" social entrepreneur and as an Unsung Hero of Compassion from the Dalai Lama. Elizabeth Gilbert, Katie Couric, Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan of Sussex and The New York Times Magazine have all praised her work and... read full bio

Danny Seo

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Environmental and lifestyle expert Danny Seo shares his expertise with audiences around the world through several outlets. An author of best-selling books, star of television programs, and producer of lifestyle products, Seo is a notable name and advocate for the environment in the media world. On his 12th birthday, Seo founded the organization Earth 2000, which ultimately transformed into one... read full bio

Laura Baugh

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Laura Baugh formerly enjoyed a life of charm. She was the glitzy golden girl of the LPGA Tour. She won the U.S. Amateur when she was a student at Rockledge High. She continues to hold the record for being the youngest golfer to win that illustrious competition. She became a member of the LPGA Tour and quickly gained international fame.... read full bio

Wayne Muller

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Wayne Muller is a therapist, clergyman, consultant, public speaker, executive leadership coach, bestselling author of numerous books and community advocate. He is a Harvard Divinity School graduate who has worked with victims of abuse, alcoholism, poverty, disease and loss for the past 35 years. When someone is going through a change or transition in their life or career, Wayne works as a private... read full bio

Cynthia McFadden

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American television journalist Cynthia McFadden is now NBC News' senior legal and investigative correspondent. She co-anchored Nightline as an anchor for ABC News and occasionally made an appearance on the ABC News special Primetime. McFadden, who was raised in Lewiston, Maine, graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. She then graduated from Columbia Law School in... read full bio

John Rosemond

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John Rosemond is recognized as one of the most in-demand speakers in the United States. Over the course of the past five years, he has delivered an annual average of 200 presentations to anywhere from 250 to 10,000 people in attendance. His workshops and speeches are consistently thought-provoking and interesting, and they have garnered raving reviews from participants all over... read full bio

Mary Pipher, Ph. D.

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Dr. Mary Pipher travels the globe presenting her theories to local organizations, educational institutions and medical professionals. All audiences are enthused by her articulate and impassioned speech. Her relatable tales of optimism and resiliency motivate people to cooperate to create a better neighborhood. The University of California at Berkeley awarded Dr. Pipher a BA in cultural anthropology and the University of Nebraska... read full bio

William G. Reed

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Bill Reed has been a licensed architect for 20 years and is a widely recognized expert in ecologically responsible design. He also serves as vice president of the consulting firm Natural Logic. He has worked with planners, architects, and developers to integrate design and construction teams in order to support whole-system solutions and regenerative systems. He previously served on the... read full bio

Hazel O'leary

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President Bill Clinton chose Hazel R. O'Leary to be the seventh Secretary of Energy of the country. She started managing an organization with a 17 billion dollar yearly budget, 27 operating laboratories and 160,000 federal employees and contractors. O'Leary started reorganizing the Department of Energy in her first year in the position to make it a significant player in American energy, environmental,... read full bio

Michael Bell

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American actor Michael Bell is most recognized for his youthful voice and is frequently seen in voice-over roles. He has voiced characters in video games and animated series like Legacy of Kain, The Transformers, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, The Houndcats, Rugrats, The Smurfs and Snorks. He has also had screen appearances in movies and TV shows like Star Trek... read full bio

Jim Wooten

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Jim Wooten received the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award for his book We Are All the Same. Through the narrative of a young South African boy and his mother, Wooten's We Are All the Same gives the African AIDS epidemic a human face. Nkosi Johnson, a young South African boy who, despite being born with the illness, became a dramatic symbol... read full bio

Adam Met

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The fields of music, sustainability, law, academia, politics, marketing and technology are all intersected by Dr. Adam Met's interests. He has performed as the bassist for AJR, gone on sold-out world tours, received platinum certifications in many nations and released a body of work that has received more than 2.5 billion streams globally. He is the creator and executive director of Sustainable... read full bio

Richard Lapchick

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Richard Lapchick, a pioneer for racial equality and author, has used his position in the sports world to promote inclusiveness. For more than 50 years, he has urged players to speak out against injustice and has provided consulting services to businesses as a specialist in managing diversity. Along with Billie Jean King, Muhammad Ali and Nelson Mandela, he was listed on... read full bio

Steven Donziger

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Steven Donziger, a renowned human rights attorney, author, activist and front-line defender, has received praise from all around the world for his dedication to tackling corporate wrongdoing and violations of human rights. Steven is a member of the team that helped indigenous and farmer communities in the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest win a historic $9.5B judgment against Chevron for the environmental cleanup... read full bio

Kahlil Greene

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Kahlil Greene stands out as a dynamic leader who uses his distinct Gen-Z perspective to promote forward-thinking changes in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion that are desperately needed. He is a well-known change advocate thanks to his inventive and energizing approach, which goes against traditional strategies. Kahlil, a talented writer, rose to prominence for his memorable Harvard Business Review... 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 Carol Gilligan, Ernie Hudson, Chief Almir Narayamoga Surui, Nadya Tolokonnikova, Fred Guttenberg, Maggie Doyne, Danny Seo, Laura Baugh, Wayne Muller, Cynthia McFadden, John Rosemond, Mary Pipher, Ph. D., William G. Reed, Hazel O'leary, Michael Bell, Jim Wooten, Adam Met, Richard Lapchick, Steven Donziger, Kahlil Greene and more!