New Speakers On Politics, Innovation, & Business
We've recently begun working with some uniquely talented keynote speakers. Here is a list of several talented speakers we expect will be very popular for events playing in the coming year:
Media & Politics
Norah O’Donnell: As co-host of CBS This Morning, Norah breaks down the big news of the day and interviews some of the biggest names in politics, entertainment, and sports. She’s a top option for panels and fireside chats. Watch her interview with IBM’s 1st female CEO.
Jake Tapper is one of CNN’s most-acclaimed correspondents and anchors, Jake is well-known for his coverage of politics and the American presidency. He offers up-to-the-minute, no-spin analysis that entertains audiences and gets them thinking. Watch his latest report on the election.
Anjali Kumar is a former Google and Warby Parker executive and the author of the book, From Google to God, which focuses on questions as the real source of game-changing ideas. Watch her TEDx Talk on “Transforming the Norm.”
Business & Leadership
Sarah Robb O’Hagan is the CEO of Flywheel Sports, former global president of Gatorade, former GM at Nike, and former president of Equinox. Named one of Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business,” she talks about why extraordinary success requires extreme focus. Watch her speak at ESPN's Women in Business Summit.
Technology, Robotics, & AI
Neil Jacobstein is a fantastic speaker for high-level executive meetings, Neil is a Silicon Valley leader with ties to Stanford and Singularity. He explains why artificial intelligence matters to businesses now—explaining the ways companies like Google are using it to shave up to 40% off budgets. Watch Neil's talk about our “AI future.”
For more information or to check the fees and availability for one these new speakers, contact our team.