APB is proud and excited to share that President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf—Africa's first elected female President, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and one of our most sought-after speakers—has been selected as an honoree of the TIME100 Impact Awards Africa. The awards recognize "visionaries who have gone above and beyond to make an impact and move their respective industries forward."
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Every November on Veterans Day, we pause to recognize and bring awareness to the great physical and mental sacrifices our military makes to ensure our freedom. APB is proud to work with these sought-after leaders below and we thank them for their bravery and patriotism.
Coverage of the 2024 Election has returned to The New York Times podcast The Run-Up, which is hosted by APB Speaker, Times National Political Reporter and CNN Political Analyst Astead Herndon. The first episode, which dropped on Nov. 2, focuses on voters in the northernmost part of Washington, who have picked the presidential winner in every race since 1980.
One of the country's most admired Surgeons General, Dr. Carmona is known for his extensive leadership background in disciplines including medicine, law enforcement, the military, public heath, healthcare management and more. Recently, he teamed up with sustainability and human health expert Rachel Hodgdon to pen an article on the movement to advance human health through better buildings, more vibrant communities and stronger, more equitable organizations. +Read Article
Women's History Month is a time to celebrate the remarkable achievements, contributions and resilience of women throughout history. It's a time to reflect on the progress we've made and to inspire future generations. Whether you're planning an event for your organization, school or community group, booking the right speaker can help make your Women's History Month celebration both memorable and impactful. Consider one of these trailblazing female speakers for your event!
Tatanka Means, a Native American actor, comedian and activist stars in the highly anticipated film out today, Killers of the Flower Moon, directed by Martin Scorsese. The film is based on the book of the same name by David Grann and tells the story of the murders of members of the Osage Nation in Oklahoma in the 1920s. Means plays FBI agent "John Wren," an Osage man who was one of the few Native Americans who were allowed to work for the FBI at the time.
APB speaker and bestselling author Phil Simon’s book—Project Management in the Hybrid Workplace—was named one of the 2023 NYC Big Book Award Winners. This award is for independently and traditionally published authors, publishers and big and small presses. Books are judged on presentation, editorial quality and audience appeal. Simon won in the Business-General category.
Having gained fame as one of the traders profiled in Michael Lewis’ book, The Big Short, and later the film, Danny Moses is a successful investor and advisor known for his role in what led to one of the greatest trades in Wall Street history. Only months after the release of the movie, the infamous "Flash Crash" occurred on Wall Street and Danny once again found himself a character in another Lewis book, Flash Boys.
This morning the world witnessed the exciting, successful launch of the Psyche mission, a groundbreaking journey over a decade in the making to explore a unique metal-rich asteroid orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter. Principal Investigator and APB Exclusive Speaker Lindy Elkins-Tanton recently sat down with us to discuss this incredible project and more.