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Kare Anderson is a "Say It Better" speaker who also coaches executives, pro athletes, government leaders on how to become the unforgettable "face" of their organization.
Karyn Buxman is the founder of The HumorLab, an organization that researches the art and science of humor. She specializes in opening and closing keynotes.
Whether speaking separately or as a team, Karen Leland and Keith Bailey offer interactive, innovative, and lively presentations that are motivating and relevant to business executives, managers, sales people, and service staff.
National Football League Hall of Famer Kellen Winslow joined FOX Sports Net in 1998 as an in-studio analyst for the network's COLLEGE FOOTBALL SATURDAY's pre and post game telecasts, and as a college football analyst for the-NATIONAL SPORTS REPORT. He has expanded his duties on the NATIONAL SPORTS REPORT as a NFL analyst for the nightly show. His knowledge of the game coupled with his enthusiasm helped him make a smooth transition from the field to the studio.
A graduate of Harvard Business School Ken Kragen's illustrious career far transcends the music and entertainment industries where he has spent many incredibly successful years.
If you are interested in providing information that helps registered representatives' production take a quantum leap or if you just want to maximize their efficiency, plan on having Ken Unger as a speaker at your next conference! Ken is the most sought after, highly-rated keynote speakers in the financial industry!
Ken Venturi, the 2000 President's Cup Captain, was forced to retire from the PGA Tour at the age of 33 due to severe carpal tunnel syndrome. He found a new career as a golf analyst for CBS Sports. Ken has been singled out by Golf Digest as the Nation's top golf commentator. Ken has written instructional articles and books.
Kenneth Stern is the author of five top-selling personal finance/retirement books including: Secrets of the Investments All-Stars, Senior Savvy, 50 Fabulous Places to Retire in America, Safeguard your Hard-Earned Savings and Comprehensive Guide to Social Security and Medicare.
Guitarist Kevin Eubanks – who often good-naturedly serves as a comic foil for host Jay Leno -- was officially named music director of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in April 1995 after filling in since January 30, 1995 for the band’s original director, saxophonist Branford Marsalis.
Kobe Bean Bryant (born August 23, 1978(1978-08-23)) is an American All-Star shooting guard in the National Basketball Association (NBA) who plays for the Los Angeles Lakers.
If you want to connect with other key business people, who do you call? Kristy Rogers. She was crowned The Royal Schmoozer 2006 by the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Kwabena Boahen wants to understand how brains work -- and to build a computer that works like the brain by reverse-engineering the nervous system. His group at Stanford is developing Neurogrid, a hardware platform that will emulate the cortex's inner workings.
Larraine Segil is a director of Vantage Partners. In her work with corporations throughout the world, Ms. Segil conducts programs and provides consulting on alliances and developing global alliance competencies.
Larry Merchant is a former sportswriter and longtime commentator for HBO Sports Boxing presentations, including "World Championship Boxing," "Boxing After Dark" and Pay-per view telecasts.
Lee started his career in the fashion industry as a print, runway model. He was discovered while walking the beach in the summer of 2004 in Miami while on a family vacation.
As a presentation skills consultant, trainer, and coach, Dr. Len Lipton has worked with leaders in the fields of architecture, art, art museums, construction, education, interior design and graphic design, human resources, insurance, law, marketing, medicine, on-line advertising, public speaking and real estate.
Leo Laporte has worked as an author, speaker, and broadcaster in New Haven, Monterey, San Jose, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, most recently focusing on technology coverage for radio, television, and the Internet.
The multi-talented LeVar Burton has been capturing the attention of audiences and peers for over two decades, whether acting, directing, producing or writing, Burton continues to prove he can do it all.
Linda Ellinor is a co-founder of The Dialogue Group, a consulting firm specializing in interpersonal communications, collaborative work processes, community building, and leadership.
Lisa Fernandez is one of the most accomplished softball players in history. A member of the 1996 and 2000 Gold Medal Olympic team, Lisa is also a three-time MVP and All-American at the USA National Softball Championships and was also named Outstanding Pitcher in 1997 and 1998. She won the Women's Sports Foundation Athlete of the Year award in 1994 and was a nominee two other times.
Lola Gillebaard is an exceptional entertainer with southern charm and gutsy style. Lola inspires audiences all over the world using clean "real-life" humor with a heart-felt message. For over 20 years, Lola has been helping organizations recognize the connection between humor, health and happiness, and on-the-job productivity.
Lucien Canton is a nationally known consultant, speaker and author. As a consultant, his clients include well-known companies such as Adobe Software, VMware, Synopsys,
Jamie Aicroft was working as a disc jockey at a Florida radio station when he got a note from somebody named Mack Dryden. "You're one of the funniest men in town", read the note, "I'm the other one."
Television Host of Food Network's "Unwrapped", "Trivia Unwrapped" and "The Next Food Network Star", Spokesperson for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Co-Author of "Everything In Its Place"
Marcus Allen was a Heisman Trophy winner and set 12 NCAA records at USC. In 1982 he was drafted by the Oakland Raiders and was named Rookie of the Year. In 1984 Marcus won the Super Bowl XVIII MVP award. He joined the Chiefs as a free agent in 1993 and was named MVP for them in 1993 and 1995.