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Charlie Appelstein

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Charlie Appelstein's motto is There's not such thing as a bad kid." He has worked in the field of child welfare for more than twenty-five years. In his position as president of Appelstein Training Resources, LLC, he provides original, strength-based training, consultation, and youth care literature to individuals and groups who want to better understand and interact with troubled children... read full bio

Raymond Moody

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Mortality Expert and Author of Life After Life - Reunions: Visionary Encounters With Departed Loved Ones - Life After Life - The Healing Power of Humor - Play and the Paranormal - Raymond Moody's Key Accomplishments Include Author of Life After Life (which sold 10 million copies) Reunions Coming Back Light Beyond Reflections Life After Loss; Received World... read full bio

Jonathan Lovitz

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Jonathan Lovitz is a nationally recognized speaker, advocate and lobbyist whose focus is on diversity, inclusion, opportunity, and LGBT rights. Lovitz has been the Senior Vice President of the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce where Lovitz oversees government policy, strategic partnerships and media affairs. Lovitz has also previously served as the Communications Director and acting Executive Director of StartOut. Lovitz... read full bio

Ken Rodenbaugh

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Ken Rodenbaugh is an American E.R nurse who helps medical workers overcome addictions. Ken struggled with addiction and in 2013, was terminated for the use of narcotics. He tells his story in hopes to inspire others that addiction is something that can be beaten, and often, most people don't even realize they're an addict. Ken's personal experience served as a... read full bio

Donna DeVarona

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Former competitive swimmer Donna de Varona is an American activist and sportscaster for television. At age 13, de Varona met the requirements to join the American swimming squad. Her hallmark event, the 400-meter individual medley, in which she already held the world record, would not be included on the Olympic calendar. De Varona competed for the American team in the... read full bio

Lenora Billings-Harris

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Lenora Billings-Harris, is an international consultant, Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), and author of The Diversity Advantage: A Guide to Making Diversity Work focuses 100% of business on diversity and inclusion issues. With more than 25 years of experience in the public and private sectors, Lenora has developed a unique way of presenting sensitive topics in a high-energy, thought-provoking and non-threatening... read full bio

Michael Patrick MacDonald

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The office for Michael Patrick MacDonald 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.

Jasmine Rand

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Jasmine Rand was the attorney at the forefront of the civil rights case that spawned the phrase “I Am Trayvon Martin”, the battle cry for an entire generation pursuing social justice. The fight for civil rights occurs across the globe, and while some choose to overlook these issues, some choose to act. Attorney Jasmine Rand is among those who have... read full bio

Kemba Smith

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Kemba Smith is a renowned prison reform activist and public speaker. She rose to prominence after serving over 6 years in federal prison for her involvement in a drug conspiracy case, despite having limited involvement in the crime. Her experience brought to light the unjust nature of mandatory minimum sentences and the disproportionate impact they have on communities of color. After... read full bio

Lauren Potter

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Lauren Potter is an American actress from Riverside, California who was born with Down syndrome. The 24-year-old actress is best known for her role as Becky on the award winning TV show GLEE. She started performing at the young age of 2. In 2012, the Huffington Post posted her blog about how she dreamed about being on stage since she... read full bio

Linda Evans

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Golden Globe Award-winning actress, author and speaker, Linda Evans is a dynamic presence on the lecture stage as she draws on her fairytale career, triumphant struggles and the profound journey of her remarkable life. An independent woman of fierce determination and dazzling talents, and strong Baptist values, Linda Evans reveals her wit, wisdom and inspiration to listening audiences everywhere. Linda... read full bio

Jackson Katz

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Jackson Katz, Ph.D., is one of America's leading anti-sexist male activists. An educator, author, cultural critic and filmmaker, he is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work in the field of gender violence prevention education with men and boys, particularly in the sports culture and the military. He has lectured on over a thousand college and high school campuses in 46... read full bio

Reginald Dwayne Betts

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From prison to Yale Law School, New York Times bestseller Reginald Dwayne Betts shares his experiences with audiences across the nation. Born in Maryland, Betts hijacked a car with a friend, was arrested and charged as an adult, spending over eight years in prison. Writing poetry and reading in prison inspired Betts to pursue the subjects upon his release. He... read full bio

Ananda Lewis

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Ananda Lewis has always loved the stage, but her passion for social justice is stronger. As a teenager, she volunteered at the Head Start agency, helping kids from poor families. After a traumatizing episode with a boyfriend, Ananda focused her energies on teaching young girls about date rape and abstinence. While attending college, her spare time was spent volunteering at... 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

Colin Beavan

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Don't we all want a healthier planet and a cleaner environment, but often don't know how to help and where to start Colin Beavan, aka No Impact Man" discusses the triumphs and difficulties, the personal satisfaction, and the sacrifices he and his family experienced during his No Impact project. His simple goal is to personally reduce his "footprint" on planet... read full bio

Amy Sky

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Singer / Songwriter Amy Sky burst into the national limelight with her debut recording Cool Rain. This and her subsequent four CDs, including Life Lessons The Best of Amy Sky, launched a string of radio hits that make Amy one of the most familiar voices on radio today. Amy Sky writes for herself and for dozens of other international... read full bio

Dave Pelzer

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Author of 6 books, 2 nominated for Pulitzer Prize. have been on the same Best Sellers List approaching 13 years. In a word, Dave Pelzer embodies Esprit: Spirit, Humor & Wit. As a child his resilience enabled him to overcome extreme life-threatening obstacles. As an adult, for over 20 years, Daves inspirational work has encouraged countless organizations and millions of... read full bio

Rhonda Britten

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Rhonda Britten - Emmy Award-winner, repeat Oprah guest - is the founder of the Fearless Living Institute, an organization dedicated to giving anyone the tools they need to master their emotional fears, and the author of four national bestsellers including Fearless Living which features Rohonda Brittens groundbreaking work called the Wheel Technology. Rhonda Britten has written several national bestsellers based... read full bio

Mal Warwick

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Mal Warwick has distinguished himself through his contributions to the nonprofit sector as one of the worlds leading authors, consultants, and speakers on direct response marketing and fundraising for nonprofit organizations and as an advocate for socially and environmentally responsible policies and practices in the private sector. Mal Warwick is the author of Fundraising When Money is Tight: A Strategic... 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 Charlie Appelstein, Raymond Moody, Jonathan Lovitz, Ken Rodenbaugh, Donna DeVarona, Lenora Billings-Harris, Michael Patrick MacDonald, Jasmine Rand, Kemba Smith, Lauren Potter, Linda Evans, Jackson Katz, Reginald Dwayne Betts, Ananda Lewis, Bill Campbell, Colin Beavan, Amy Sky, Dave Pelzer, Rhonda Britten, Mal Warwick and more!