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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

Bjorn Lomborg

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Dr. Bjorn Lomborg researches the smartest ways to improve the environment and the world. He is an academic and the author of the best-selling The Skeptical Environmentalist and Cool It. He challenges mainstream concerns about the environment and points out that we need to focus attention on the smartest solutions first. Lomborg is the director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center... 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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The office for Bob Geldof-Sir Robert Geldof 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.

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

Bobby Kunta

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Bobby Kunta is a well-known social activist and community organizer, renowned for his tireless efforts to improve the lives of marginalized communities. Born and raised in a low-income neighborhood in Chicago, Bobby's upbringing was marked by adversity, poverty, and discrimination. Despite facing numerous challenges, he never lost sight of his passion for helping those in need. After completing his education, Bobby... read full bio

Bobby Seale

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Bobby Seale is an American political activist who is best known for co-founding the Black Panther Party with Huey P. Newton. Seale was born in Liberty, Texas, and while growing up, his family lived in poverty most of his life. When he was 8, Seale and his family moved to Oakland, California, and he later in life dropped out of... read full bio

Bonnie Raitt

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The daughter of the Broadway great John Raitt, Bonnie Raitt has long been the critics' favorite, but she did not achieve popular success until her ninth blockbuster album, which was titled Nick of Time and was released in 1989. Bottleneck guitar is a rare instrument for women, and Raitt is one of the few who can play it. Her songs... read full bio

Brady Barr

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Dr. Brady Barr is a reptile enthusiast. As a host for National Geographic Television, Barr has traveled to more than 80 countries, hosting over 100 wildlife documentaries. The herpetologist was the first to capture and study all twenty-three species of crocodilians in the wild. He has worked with a diverse amount of animals, including alligators, snakes, bears, sharks, lions, and... read full bio

Bree Newsome

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Bree Newsome is an American filmmaker, speaker, musician, and activist who first gained national attention after an act of civil disobedience. Newsome was in South Carolina in front of the statehouse when she climbed up the flagpole and pulled down the Confederate Battle flag, a racist symbol. Newsome was then arrested which sparked attention of why the flag was even... 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

Brian Sims

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An LGBT Advocate and Policy Attorney, Brian Sims is the former Staff Counsel for Policy & Planning at the Philadelphia Bar Association. Currently he serves as the President of Equality Pennsylvania, and as the Chairman of the Gay and Lesbian Lawyers of Philadelphia(GALLOP). In 2010, Sims joined the faculty of the Center for Progressive Leadership and the National Campaign Board... read full bio

Brian Skerry

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Skerry is one of the leading underwater photographers in the world. Skerry has covered a wide range of stories for National Geographic, documenting the harp seals struggle to survive in frozen waters, the alarming decrease in the worlds fisheries, the planets last remaining pristine coral reefs, the plight of the right whale, and threatened sharks in the Bahamas, to name... read full bio

Brit Barron

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Brit Barron is an entrepreneur, author, teacher, and speaker. Barron began her career as a pastor at a mega church when she was 26 years old. As she grew older, she began learning more about herself and after meeting a woman named Sami, she left the church, came out as gay, and got married. These actions taught her that you... read full bio

Brooke Goldstein

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A well-known name in the field of human rights, Brooke Goldstein is renowned for her tenacious activism, significant legal work, and imaginative storytelling. She has devoted her life to bringing attention to important causes and defending the rights of people who are disenfranchised. She is a well regarded human rights attorney, author, and award-winning filmmaker. Brooke Goldstein has successfully advocated for... read full bio

Brooks Douglass

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Brooks Douglass has had diverse careers in business, politics, the military, and film-making. At only 27, he was elected the youngest State Senator to serve in Oklahoma. During his 12-year tenure, he served on the Appropriations, Energy and Commerce committees, co-chaired the standing committee on International Trade Development, and authored groundbreaking legislation in victims rights. Prior to, and while serving... read full bio

Bruce Degen

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Bruce Degen has written and illustrated numerous award-winning books for children, among them Shirley's Wonderful Baby, Daddy Is a Doodlebug, and Jamberry. He has illustrated the highly acclaimed The Magic School Bus series by Joanna Cole, the ever-popular Jesse Bear books by Nancy White Carlstrom, and Jane Yolen's Commander Toad series. In addition to his career in children's books, he... read full bio

Bryan Batt

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Brian Batt (actor, designer, civic activist) portrays Salvatore Romano on AMCs critically acclaimed dramatic series MAD MEN by the multi Emmy award winning writer/ producer, Matthew Wiener. The hit series has received numerous awards from the Emmys, the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Guild, and the Peabody award. As a Broadway veteran, his leading and principal roles include: LA CAGE... read full bio

Bryan Mark Rigg

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The office for Bryan Mark Rigg 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.

Byllye Avery

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A dreamer, visionary, and grassroots realist, Ms. Avery combines activism and social responsibility by developing a national forum for the exploration of health issues of African-American women. By gathering and documenting African-American women's health experiences she is providing a supportive atmosphere for African-American women. Prior to her entry into the health care arena, Ms. Avery taught special education to emotionally... 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 Bill Campbell, Bjorn Lomborg, Bob Bland, Bob Geldof-Sir Robert Geldof, Bobbi Brown, Bobby Kunta, Bobby Seale, Bonnie Raitt, Brady Barr, Bree Newsome, Brenda Combs, Brian Sims, Brian Skerry, Brit Barron, Brooke Goldstein, Brooks Douglass, Bruce Degen, Bryan Batt, Bryan Mark Rigg, Byllye Avery and more!