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Alex Rodriguez

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of A-Rod Corp

Alex Rodriguez is a businessman and the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of A-Rod Corp, a broad-based investment firm that bets on world-class startups and partners with leading global companies across the real estate, health and wellness, technology, and sports & entertainment industries. While best known as one of the world’s greatest athletes (a 14x MLB All-Star and a 2009 World Series Champion with the New York Yankees), for more than 25 years, Alex leads a team of experts building high-growth businesses and is co-owner of the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Archie Manning

Former American Football Quarterback

When people think of Archie Manning, they think football. But Archie’s appeal transcends his athletic achievements. People far and wide have been inspired by his warm personality, his drive and sense of humor.

Charity Blackwell

Spoken Word Artist, Host, Emcee, and Poetry Specialist

Herman Edwards

Former Arizona State Head Coach; Former ESPN Football Analyst, NFL Head Coach

Whether it is his faith, his family or his football team, Herman Edwards exudes passion in all areas of life. Herm’s career is defined by his energetic and enthusiastic attitude, first as an NFL player and coach, then as an NFL studio analyst for ESPN, and now as the former head football coach at Arizona State University.

Jamie Clarke

Professional and Olympic-Level Performance Coach, Expedition Leader, Business Builder and Master Motivator

Thirty years of mountaineering experience, exploring through more than forty countries, creating and selling both an online and brick and mortar business and mindset coaching for both Stanley Cup winning and Olympic gold medal winning teams – Jamie Clarke knows about achievement and living one's life as an adventure. A humorous and passionate master storyteller, Jamie mesmerizes his audiences while sharing lessons on leadership, teamwork, resilience, trust and purpose.

Jason Caldwell

Keynote Speaker, Owner & President of Latitude 35 Leadership

Jason is the President and Owner of Latitude 35 Leadership, which uses experiential training to explore the finer art of leading and maintaining high performance teams. He has worked with advanced managers in over 30 Fortune 500 companies, and has taught at the Executive Education department of some of the top Business schools to include Wharton, Darden, Emory, Columbia School of Business, and others. As a speaker with over 13 years experience, Jason draws from the hard-earned perspective he's learned leading teams through grueling endurance challenges. He touches on themes of high-performance team leadership, team dynamics, risk assessment and mitigation, while using his record breaking Atlantic row attempt, amongst others, as a backdrop to illustrate his points. Jason is also passionate about emotion-driven leadership, as explored in his book “Navigating the Impossible”, and the power of understanding and leveraging your "why" as teams take on challenges.

Jim Craig

Olympic Gold Medalist, Goalie, 1980 USA “Miracle on Ice” Hockey Team Owner, President & CEO of Gold Medal Strategies Board Member of the Special Operations Warrior Foundation

Jim Craig draws from his experiences with the 1980 USA Olympic hockey team combined with his 30 years of sales and marketing experience to customize a speech that is tailored to driving your organization to achieve any desired goals and beyond.

Joe Theismann

World Champion Quarterback, Broadcaster and Entrepreneur

Losing his successful football career at 35 to a serious injury, Joe Theismann learned firsthand how to think, analyze and reinvent in the face of adversity and change.

Julia Landauer

Champion Racecar Driver

A two-time champion NASCAR driver, Julia Landauer shares emotional and fact-based observations and proposes various habits and mindsets that can help you succeed. Now Available for Virtual Programs

Laurie Hernandez

Keynote Speaker: Olympic Gold Medal Winning U.S. Gymnast & Winner of Season 23 of "Dancing With The Stars"

Since bringing home the Gold and Silver medals at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Laurie has gone on to win the coveted Mirror ball trophy on “Dancing with the Stars” Season 23 and has had two New York Times Best Sellers. She is a second generation American, as her grandparents are from Puerto Rico, making her the first U.S. born Latina to make the U.S. team since 1984. Laurie was also the gymnastics analyst for Peacock and the Olympic Channel for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Acting is one of her biggest passions and she has done cameos, voiceovers, and hosting. Laurie is currently attending New York University where she is a theater major.