Speakers / Types: Media Personalities | Journalists ($20,001 - $40,000)

Journalists and Media Personalities

From morning show hosts and anchors to op-ed writers and podcasters, our media personalities are recognizable faces and names who add credibility and star power to your events as speakers, moderators, and emcees.

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David McWilliams

Economist | Broadcaster | Bestselling Author

David McWilliams is ranked among most influential economists in the world. Consistently accurate in his forecasts, he was the only economist in Ireland who accurately forecast a strong UK Brexit vote, the Trump victory, and the 2008 global crash. With the o...

Polly LaBarre

Co-Author, Mavericks at Work | Founding Member, Fast Company Magazine

For nearly 20 years, Polly LaBarre has worked to embolden and equip leaders to ramp up originality, invention, and game-changing disruption. Co-author of Mavericks at Work: Why the Most Original Minds in Business Win and founding team member of Fast Company ma...

Polly LaBarre

Dr. David Suzuki

Award-Winning Scientist, Environmentalist and Broadcaster

Dr. David Suzuki has made it his life’s work to help humanity understand, appreciate, respect and protect nature. A  scientist, broadcaster, author, and co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation, he is a gifted interpreter of science and nature who prov...

David Suzuki

Geoff Colvin

Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune Magazine

Millions of eyes and ears count on — and respect — Geoff Colvin’s insights on the key issues driving change in business, politics, and the economy. The senior editor-at-large of Fortune magazine, Colvin draws on his years of insider access to top governm...

Geoff Colvin

Arlene Dickinson

"Dragon" on Dragons' Den | General Partner, District Ventures Capital

“The purpose of marketing is to deliver business results,” says Arlene Dickinson, renowned CBC “Dragon” and one of Canada’s most successful communications entrepreneurs. Whether explaining how to leverage marketing in even the toughest of economic ti...

Arlene Dickinson