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Retired Marine Sergeant, Paralympic Bronze Medalist, & Endurance Athlete

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Retired Marine Sergeant and Paralympic Bronze Medalist, Rob Jones’ life is synonymous with fearless perseverance. In 2010, he was struck and injured by a land mine, resulting in a double above-the-knee leg amputation. Despite the injury, Rob’s incredible spirit remained intact. He went on to win bronze in the 2012 Paralympics, place fourth in the 2013 World Rowing Championships, and bike across the country for charity in 2015. In the fall of 2017, Rob completed a month long, back-to-back marathon challenge, running 31 marathons in 31 days in 31 different major cities. The incredible undertaking raised awareness and funds for wounded veteran charities.

Co-Founder of Honest Tea, Founder of Eat the Change, PLNT Burger, and Chair of the Board of Beyond Meat

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Seth Goldman is the Co-Founder of Honest Tea, Chairman of the Board of Beyond Meat, Founder of Eat the Change, and the NYT best-selling author of Mission in a Bottle. Founded in his kitchen, he transformed Honest Tea into the nation’s top-selling organic bottled tea, which is now one of Inc. magazine’s “fastest growing companies.” With his commitment to mission-driven innovation, Goldman leads a company known for thinking outside the box. He shares the secret ingredient to Honest Tea’s success and gives audiences practical takeaways about driving growth and being profitable while staying true to an organization’s values and mission.

3-Time Olympic Gymnast, Olympic Gold Medalist; First African American Gymnast to Qualify for the Olympic Games

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Dominique Dawes spent years breaking barriers and breaking records in the sport of Gymnastics and is best known for her tremendous success as an Olympic gymnast who competed in three Olympic Games. She was a member of the gold-medal-winning "Magnificent Seven" team at the 1996 Atlanta Games. After much dedication to the sport, Dominique retired to focus on her passion to encourage, educate and motivate others. Currently the Co-Chair of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, she works closely with First Lady Michelle Obama and the President’s Council to help promote the Let’s Move! Initiative, educating children on fitness and nutrition while motivating them to get moving.

Fmr. U.S. Secretary of Commerce & Fmr. CEO of Kellogg

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Carlos Gutierrez is the former CEO of Kellogg, the former vice chairman of Citigroup’s Institutional Clients Group, and a former secretary of commerce, where he was a core member of President Bush’s economic team. He began as the youngest CEO in Kellogg’s history, and Fortune dubbed him “the man who fixed [the company].” He was also an advisor to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaigns and a member of the Debt Reduction Task Force at the Bipartisan Policy Center. Suave and charismatic, he discusses leadership and how politics and policy affect commerce.

Decorated Army Commander

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Retired Colonel Greg Gadson is a 25-year career United States Army officer. Although a bilateral above-the-knee amputee, he has not been defeated by unfortunate circumstances, instead, his life is a portrait of courage in the face of great adversity. Greg communicates his passion for service, teamwork, and leadership in his moving and inspirational message made relevant for individuals, teams, and organizations of all sizes. He applies the poignant lessons of pride, poise, and team that he learned as a West Point football player to every aspect of his life and credits those same lessons as the underlying principles that saved his life when he was serving as a battalion commander in Iraq.

Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee and Super Bowl MVP

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John Riggins is best known for his days as a running back for the Washington Redskins. Riggins had great success with the Redskins, setting a rushing record of 444 yards in three playoff games to help the team make it to Super Bowl XVII. Riggins was named All-Pro in 1983 for the first time in his career. Riggins retired from professional football in 1985 and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1992. He has since started a career in acting and currently works as a sports commentator on television and radio.

President & CEO of the Consumer Technology Association

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Gary Shapiro is president and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association,the U.S Trad association that owns and produces the continent's largest annual trade show, the International CES. He led the industry in its successful transition to HDTV. He co-founded and chaired the HDTV Model Station and served as a leader of the Advanced Television Test Center (ATTC). He is a charter inductee to the Academy of Digital Television Pioneers, and received its highest award as the industry leader most influential in advancing HDTV. Shapiro most recently authored the 2018 best-selling book Ninja Future: Secrets to Success in the New World of Innovation.

Former Major League Baseball Manager & Retired Baseball Player

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Dusty Baker is a legendary baseball player and former manager of the Washington Nationals. He completed his 14th season as a Major League Baseball manager with a winning record and finished his career as the Chicago Cubs manager winning 322 games. Since 1930 only three other managers have more wins in a Chicago uniform, and he set the record for winning more games than any other rookie manager in National League history in 1993. He also managed the Cincinnati Reds. In presentations, Baker shares baseball stories while discussing teamwork and leadership.

Former Director of Communications at Harley-Davidson & Author

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Ken Schmidt is the legendary former director of communications strategy for Harley-Davidson Motor Company. He played an active role in one of the most celebrated turnarounds in corporate history, and his vision helped transform Harley into one of the world’s most dominant brands. He is widely known as a provocative and engaging thought leader. Funny and energetic, he shares stories of how to compete with weapons stronger than price, build a fanatically vocal customer base, create a passionately loyal corporate culture, and develop leaders who inspire and motivate.
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