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Antwone Fisher

Director, screenwriter, producer, author

Antwone was raised in institutions from the moment his single mother gave birth to him in prison. As a foster child, he suffered more than a dozen years of emotional abandonment and physical abuse, until he escaped and forged a life on the streets. But he was determined that the circumstances of his upbringing did not have to dictate the outcome of his adult life.

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Baruti Kafele

Award-winning principal, internationally-renowned education speaker and best-selling autho

A Hall of Fame urban public school educator in New Jersey for over twenty years, Principal Baruti Kafele distinguished himself as a classroom teacher and as a school leader. An internationally-renowned education speaker and consultant, Principal Kafele is one of the most sought-after speakers for transforming the attitudes of at-risk student populations in America.

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Bertice Berry

Sociologist, Best-Selling Author, Comedienne, and Educator

No one defies stereotypes, generalizations or clichés more than Dr. Bertice Berry. Growing up poor in Wilmington, Delaware, the sixth of seven children, Bertice was told by a high school teacher that she was “not college material”. Fortunately, there was another teacher who believed that she was destined for more.

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Bill Walton

Basketball Legend, Broadcaster, Humanitarian

Walton speaks about the secrets of world-class performance, personal and organizational excellence, and how he overcame nearly impossible odds – on the court and off – to persevere and win. As entertaining as he is insightful, Walton is widely considered one of the best speakers from the world of sports.

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Bob Love

Former NBA player

Born in 1942, Robert Earl Love (nicknamed Butterbean after his favorite food) grew up in poverty as one of fourteen children in rural Louisiana. As a child and throughout his early life he was unable to do what most of us take for granted–speak properly. He had a severe stuttering problem. There were long periods which he could not speak at all, as well as times when he just stumbled his way through.

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Cathy Areu

Publisher, Author, Speaker, Journalist

Working in the media world for over a decade, she’s been called a magazine maven by NPR, one of New York City’s most influential women by the Oxygen TV Network, a woman of vision by DC’s WashFM, and an “infobabe” (amongst other things) by Rush Limbaugh.

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Charles Garcia

Successful Entrepreneur, Author and Leading Latino Motivational Speaker

Charles P. Garcia, one of the nation’s top entrepreneurs, a best selling author, and leading Latino motivational speaker, got to where he is today by refusing to take a backseat. He took risks. He was determined. He followed his passion. And he motivates his audiences to do the same.

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Charles Ogletree

Harvard Law Professor

Professor Ogletree is the Founding and Executive Director of Harvard Law School’s new Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, named in honor of the visionary lawyer who spearheaded the litigation in Brown v. Board of Education. T

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Christine Cashen

Great Ideas, High Energy and Laughter Transformed Into Productivity

Fasten your seatbelt and enjoy the ride! Christine Cashen delivers a fast-paced, hilarious program with useful content that makes her a sought after speaker worldwide. For more than 15 years, she has jazzed an amazing variety of audiences throughout the United States, Canada, South Africa and Australia. Christine is an authority on sparking innovative ideas, handling conflict, reducing stress and energizing employees.

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Cullen Jones

Olympic Gold Medalist, Swimming

Cullen Jones burst onto the swimming scene at the 2005 World University. He easily won the Gold Medal in the 50 freestyle and became the first African-American Male to win a Gold Medal at the World University Games.

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