5 Superstar Speakers Who Deliver Ultimate WOW Factor

5 Superstar Speakers Who Deliver Ultimate ‘WOW Factor’

Michelle Obama

Growing up on the South Side of Chicago, Michelle Obama never imagined that one day, she would inspire people all around the world and drive historic change. As the daughter of a city water-pump operator and a stay-at-home mom, girls like her aren’t supposed to do any of that. But Michelle Obama has spent her life challenging us to reconsider where that “supposed to” comes from — and who determines it. [learn more]

Serena Williams

Serena Williams has overcome insurmountable odds to win a staggering 23 career Grand Slams. Her remarkable tennis achievements, combined with her off-court success in business and fashion make her one of the most recognizable icons in the world and a powerful voice for women and mothers. [learn more]

Stephen Fry

Golden Globe-nominated actor, comedian, writer and technology enthusiast, Stephen is a versatile talent, with a rich and diverse career spanning film, television, theatre and radio; his contributions range from being the long-standing host of “QI” and featuring much loved TV series like “Blackadder” and “Jeeves and Wooster”. An iconic figure in British entertainment, celebrated for his wit and influence. [learn more]

Brene Brown

Dr Brené Brown has spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy. She is the author of six #1 New York Times best sellers and is the host of two award-winning podcasts, Unlocking Us and Dare to Lead. She is a research professor at the University of Houston, where she holds the Huffington Foundation Endowed Chair at the Graduate College of Social Work and holds the position of visiting professor in management at the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business. [learn more]

David Harewood

David is perhaps best known for his standout roles as the CIA boss in “Homeland” and for embodying Martin Luther King in “The Mountaintop,” in addition to starring in “The Night Manager”. He made history as the first black actor to play Othello at the National Theatre and has leveraged his platform to advocate against discrimination in the entertainment industry. He passionately addresses issues of racism and mental health in his captivating speeches, continuing to make a significant impact on and off the screen. [learn more]