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Barney Saltzberg

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Barney Saltzberg is an award-winning children's book writer/illustrator and singer/songwriter. He has written and illustrated over twenty books, and Shari Lewis has recorded his songs for episodes of the PBS show Arthur. Barney travels around the country inspiring children and teachers of all ages, visiting elementary schools and teaching a class on writing, while illustrating children's books at UCLA. His... read full bio

Beau Bridges

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Three-time Emmy Winner, Beau Bridges is an acclaimed actor who has portrayed a myriad of characters during his successful career spanning more than three decades. Part of a preeminent Hollywood acting dynasty, Beau started at a young age and has worked virtually non-stop in his profession ever since. Bridges has appeared on more than 80 television shows, ranging from The... read full bio

Becky Blanton

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Becky Blanton is a writer, journalist and, photographer. She gained popularity when her essay, The Monster, was published in Wisdom of Our Fathers. She shared her story of becoming homeless while on a camping trip and gave a talk during TEDGlobal. Blanton is working on her own books, which include, What Matters, How to Write a Book, and How to... read full bio

Becky Due

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Becky Due was born in Minnesota, raised in Colorado, and returned to Minnesota. She went back to school, to study Journalism, Mass Media and Women's Studies. Having overcome hard times of her own, it became clear to her that she wanted to help others. Due has been a guest speaker at the Women's Resource Center in Minnesota, and colleges throughout... read full bio

Ben Atherton-Zeman

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Ben Atherton-Zeman is a spokesperson for the National Organization for Men Against Sexism. Ben is an advocate for violence prevention, and is a regular speaker on public issues surrounding the topic. For over seventeen years, Ben has worked as a prevention educator, speaking to employees and audiences at rape crisis centers, domestic violence programs, and state coalitions. In addition, Ben... read full bio

Benjamin Chavis

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Dr. Benjamin Chavis Jr. is an African-American civil rights leader who has previously served as the Executive Director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and who is known for being an assistant to Martin Luther King Jr. Chavis was born in Oxford, North Carolina, and when he was 12 years old, he became the first African... read full bio

Bernard Kouchner

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Bernard Kouchner is a world renowned humanitarian. Until November 2010, Kouchner was the French minister of foreign and European Affairs. He has played an important role in Euopean politics for several decades. His history as a minister in charge of both health and humanitarian actions have aided in Kouchner's push for a better future. Kouchner is well... read full bio

Bernie Siegel

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Dr. Bernard Siegel retired from his practice as an assistant clinical professor of general and pediatric surgery at Yale to speak to patients and their caregivers. He originated Exceptional Cancer Patients, a specific form of individual and group therapy utilizing patients' drawings, dreams, images and feelings. ECaP is based on carefrontation", a safe, loving therapeutic confrontation, which facilitates personal lifestyle... read full bio

Betty Buckley

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From the beginnings of her career starring in the blockbuster hit Tender Mercies to her dazzling stage work in musicals such as Cats, 1776, Carrie, Song & Dance, The Mystery of Edwin Drood and Pippin, Tony Award winner Betty Buckley is one of a small handful of performers synonymous with Broadway. With her successes as Norma Desmond in Andrew Lloyd... read full bio

Betty Ramirez Swinners

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Betty Ramirez Swinners is the owner and CEO of Diversity Speakers and a motivational speaker who has dedicated her life to sharing her story of success and survival to encourage others to believe in themselves. A survivor of abuse, she was raised as a homeless child, living in an abandoned house. Education was not a priority to her family, so... read full bio

Betty Williams

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Won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976 for her efforts in Northern Ireland, and has remained a highly visible and dynamic player in the international arena since that time. In 1997 she founded the World Centers of Compassion for Children, a non-profit working to create safe havens where children will be fed,cared for,educated and heard.Her vision and efforts couldn't be... read full bio

Beverly Gooden

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Beverly Gooden is an American victims’ rights advocate who is known for being the creator of the viral hashtag ‘#WhyIStayed’. Gooden was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and while growing up she lived in foster care before being adopted by the Gooden family. Gooden went on to study at Hampton University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communications.... read full bio

Beverly Johnson

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The office for Beverly Johnson 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.

Beverly Whipple

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Dr. Beverly Whipple, a certified sex educator, sex counselor, and sex researcher, is the coauthor of the international bestseller, The G Spot and Other Discoveries About Human Sexuality, which has been translated into 19 languages and was re-published as a Classic 23 years later. Her other books are Safe Encounters: How Women can say Yes to Pleasure and No to... read full bio

Bianca Jagger

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For over twenty years, Bianca Jagger has campaigned for human rights, social and economic justice and environmental protection throughout the world. Ms. Jagger has spent much of her life visiting war zones and refugee camps and denouncing human rights violations. She has provided a voice to the voiceless and hope to the hopeless. A strong advocate for human and women's... read full bio

Bill Campbell

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Former mayor Bill Campbell has long served as a forceful advocate on behalf of Atlanta's most precious resources: young people and senior citizens. Campbell hosted the City's first-ever Conference on Intergenerational Living to explore how the needs of the elderly and children can be better served through cooperation. He has also initiated a variety of community service programs. Deserving youngsters... read full bio

Bob Bland

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Mari Lynn Foulger, better known by her stage name Bob Bland, is an American activist and fashion designer. She leads Manufacture New York, a company that supports moral business conduct and environmentally friendly clothing. Bland, who is the daughter of two public school teachers, was born in Northern Virginia in 1982. When she was eight years old, she started sewing,... read full bio

Bob Geldof-Sir Robert Geldof

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Sir Bob Geldof is an entrepreneur, humanitarian, and Nobel Man of Peace (an achievement he earned when all living Nobel Peace Prize winners voted on him for the distinction). He is an astute business man and an incredible humanitarian. As a speaker, he tells audiences about some of the best lessons he learned as a business leader. In 1984, Bob... read full bio

Bobbi Brown

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She started a makeup revolution in 1991 with a handful of lipsticks and a simple philosophy: Women want to look and feel like themselves, only prettier and more confident." Makeup artist Bobbi Brown's dream was realized when she debuted her line of cosmetics, just 10 brown-based lipsticks, at Bergdorf Goodman in New York City. With this set of lipsticks,... 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 Barney Saltzberg, Beau Bridges, Becky Blanton, Becky Due, Ben Atherton-Zeman, Benjamin Chavis, Bernard Kouchner, Bernie Siegel, Betty Buckley, Betty Ramirez Swinners, Betty Williams, Beverly Gooden, Beverly Johnson, Beverly Whipple, Bianca Jagger, Bill Campbell, Bob Bland, Bob Geldof-Sir Robert Geldof, Bobbi Brown and more!