Academy Award-Winning Actor
One of Hollywood's most respected actors and producers, Michael Douglas is also a UN Messenger of Peace, champion of social and environmental causes, and advocate for human rights and nuclear non-proliferation.
One of the most celebrated actors in cinematic history, Al Pacino has starred in The Godfather & Scent of a Woman. Pacino now steps behind the podium to offer audiences engaging & entertaining keynote speeches.
Emmy Award-Winning Actress & Activist
Best known for her Emmy-winning starring role in Ugly Betty, America Ferrera is an artist ambassador for Save the Children and an activist committed to issues surrounding education and children.
ABC News Veteran & Host, What Would You Do?
John Quiñones shares moving presentations that focus on his odds-defying journey, celebrate the power of education, champion the Latino American Dream and provide insights into human nature and ethical behavior.
NBA Legend & NY Times Best Selling Author
When Kareem Abdul-Jabbar left the NBA in 1989 at age 42, no player had ever scored more points, blocked more shots, won more MVP Awards or logged more seasons; but his most important triumph was beating cancer.
Legendary Journalist & News Anchor
One of the most renowned reporters of our time, Emmy-winning Dan Rather has experience and perspective few can match. He offers insight into world events and the significance of journalism today.
Co-Founder, Apple Computer, Inc.
Speaker Steve Wozniak changed the computer world when he designed Apple's first product line: Apple I and II. He is also a philanthropist focusing on computer use in schools.
Academy Award-Winning Actor & Activist
Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss has taught at Oxford, studied a range of subjects from history to politics and is a driving force in the movement to create a knowledgeable and engaged citizenry in America.