All American Speakers Bureau is home of some of the top keynote speakers and sports celebrity entertainers in the country. Let us help you find the right speaker for your corporate event or other function in Colorado, CO.
Don’t want to deal with the hassle and expense of complicated travel arrangements? Looking to replace a last minute cancellation or speaker who got stuck in the snow?
With the cost of top speakers on the rise, there are many benefits to booking a local speaker. Many speakers will have different fees for local events (some speakers will discount their fee), or may have different requirements for events located on the east coast vs. the west coast. Generally, the less travel that is required and the easier the event is, the more likely a speaker will consider discounting their fee.
In one of the greatest Olympic performances by an American woman, Amy Van Dyken won four gold medals at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Van Dyken, whose victories came in the 50-meter freestyle, 100-meter butterfly, 4x100 free relay and 4x100 medley relay, is the only American woman to win four gold medals at a single Olympics.
Blaine Wilson is the first man to win five consecutive national titles. He comes from a sports-minded family and is named after baseball great Rod Carew and former Dallas Cowboys guard Blaine Nye.
Chris Klug captured the bronze medal in the Giant Slalom event at the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. Chris is the first-ever American to compete in the Olympics with an organ transplant.
Acknowledged to be the nation's leading expert on Generation X, she helps managers understand younger workers and gives them the tools for creating a positive environment that brings out the best in all of their employees.
Clyde Fessler, the former Vice President of Business Development for Harley-Davidson Motor Company, played an integral part in their dramatic turnaround over the past 24 years.
DeAnna was a prominent participant in the 11th season of ABC's "The Bachelor" starring Brad Womack. DeAnna was the woman everyone thought Brad was going to choose...including Brad himself but he quickly decided to choose no one. With that outcome, DeAnna became the star of the fourth season of ABC's "The Bachelorette."
A former engineer Debra Fine established her Denver based company The FINE Art of Small Talk to teach all variety of professional and the spouse who is dragged along conversational skills for use at networking events, business conventions, trade shows, and with clients, customers and patients
Interactive, engaging and energetic Keynotes, Teambuilding, Workshops, Retreats, and Experiential Events engage and motivate your organization in a dynamic, upbeat atmosphere.
Chairman & CEO of ghSMART, a management assessment and leadership advisory firm for CEOs and investors; Co-author of the NY Times best-selling book "Who: The A Method for Hiring"
Jaclyn Kostner, Ph.D. is a motivational and content speaker in HUMANware "how virtual leaders and teams create warm, fast, cohesive teamwork, with significantly less travel.
Combining a teaspoon of introspection, with a pinch of provocative humor, Jerome Jewell nourishes those with an appetite for self-discovery, a passion for making a difference, and the curiosity to search for a better way when the world says that none exists.
Jesse Csincsak was engaged to Deanna Pappas after the season finale of ABC's "The Bachelorette." Jesse is a professional snowboarder with appearances on MTV's Made, Gravity Games, and the Grand Prix.
A graduate of Southern Illinois University - Carbondale and perhaps the most prominent figure in the history of Saluki football, Jim Hart is entering his ninth year as the school's director of intercollegiate athletics.
John Sileo is America's Top Identity Theft Expert. His mission is to keep what happened to him (the loss of $300,000, his business and two years of his life) from happening to your audience.
Jorrie is a master weaver of funny stories and taps into the individuals personal power of choice to facilitate a crystal clear vision for personal and family relationships.
Joseph Michelli, Ph.D., is an internationally sought-after speaker, organizational psychologist, and business consultant who has been described as "catching what is right in the world and playfully sparking people and businesses to grow toward the extraordinary."
A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Meryl Runion began her career researching environmental protection technology for the Mayor's Office in Nashville Tennessee as part of a program called EPMP: The Environmental Protection Management Project.
A highly successful and proven management professional, Mike Corcoran has over 25 years' experience leading sales, service and management teams to consistently meet and exceed organizational goals and expectations.
Pasquale Scaturro, geophysicist, adventurer and expedition leader is one of the most successful and accomplished mountain and river expedition leaders in the world and has been exploring the far reaches of the planet for over 20 years.
Peter C. Lemon is one of the youngest surviving recipients of our nation's highest award, the Congressional Medal of Honor, and also the coveted Certificate of Outstanding Achievement presented by President Carter.
Preethi Burkholder is the author of "17 Women Who Shook the World" and four other books. She speaks about successful women, their biographies, and their criteria for success.
This Hall of Fame forward is the only player to lead the NCAA, NBA, and ABA in scoring. After playing fourteen seasons (10 with the NBA), Barry racked up a career total of 25, 279 points. He was a 12-time All-Star selection, and in 1975, he led his Golden State Warriors to the NBA championship. He retired after the 1979-80 season, and he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1987. In 1996, Barry was named to the NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team.
Dr. Robert Cox knew his future when he decided to become a physician...in 9th grade! Pursuit of this dream led to a successful private practice in Internal Medicine and national recognition as a specialist in Infectious Diseases.
Robert McMahan consults, trains, speaks, and writes on personal, professional, and organizational effectiveness, including working extensively with leaders and teams on how to maximize their potential through an understanding of individual and team psychological type.
Member of the 1980 Olympic Swim Team that boycotted the Olympics held in Moscow, then came back to win three gold medals in the 1984 Olympic Games in the 100m free, the 400m free relay and the 400m medley relay.
Sarah Michel, CSP, is an international speaker who works with organizations and associations, creating behavioral changes by teaching people how to intentionally connect with anyone, anywhere, anytime through her Perfecting Connecting' keynote and training programs.
Scott is two time Past- President of the Colorado Chapter of the National Speakers Association and has earned the CSP (Certified Speaking Professional), designation, by the National Speakers Association.
On the education side, Steve Spangler is nationally known as a teacher's teacher who shares his passion for learning in the classroom, on the platform, and through the airwaves.
Temple Grandin, Ph.D., is the most accomplished and well-known adult with autism in the world. Now her fascinating life, with all its challenges and successes has been brought to the screen.