Hire Top Political Keynote Speakers
7 months into Donald Trump’s presidency and safe to say it’s been anything but politics as usual in Washington and around the country. The talking heads are spinning! Now is the perfect time to hire top political keynote speakers to headline your next internal meeting, corporate conference, convention or special event. These former government officials and news media members can paint a picture of the future of America and advise your business, company or organization on how best to move forward in today’s political and economic climate.
Joe Scarborough: Leading off our list of top political keynote speakers available for hire is MSNBC’s host of the daily “Morning Joe”, Joe Scarborough. His popular morning show co-hosted by Mika Brzezinski is a double shot of political espresso that just celebrated another record-setting ratings month in June. As many well know, Joe is a former congressman who represented Florida’s 1st district from 1995-2001. He resigned to spend more time with his children and has since enjoyed quite a successful career in news media. As a keynote speaker, Joe discusses the changing landscape of America and was recently the headlining keynote speaker at the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s annual conference.
Mika Brzezinski: Morning Joe co-host and prominent political commentator Mika Brzezinski certainly holds her own in the wild west that is today’s news media. She’s not afraid to stand her ground on important issues and provides an empowered voice for women in politics. Away from the news desk, Mika has authored several books including a NY Times bestselling memoir aimed at motivating and assisting women in tackling professional and personal challenges. She’s a top choice for organizations looking to hire top political keynote speakers to commentate on the current happenings in Washington as well as an inspirational speaker for womens conferences and leadership summits.
Sean Hannity: Fox News front man Sean Hannity is one of the most visible and well-respected members of conservative media today. He is best known for his political talk shows on TV and radio but has also authored 3 NY Times bestselling books sharing his take on the conservative agenda. Sean has acted as an outside adviser to Donald Trump during the early months of his presidency and has been rumored to be a potential candidate for a White House position. Forbes Magazine has ranked Sean one of their 100 most powerful celebrities thanks to his power to shape public opinion.
Condoleezza Rice: Condoleezza Rice is a true renaissance woman best recognized as the 1st female National Security Advisor and 2nd female Secretary of State in U.S. history. She has an incredibly inspiring personal story from growing up as the only child of an African-American family in the segregated south to finding her way into GOP foreign policy circles and eventually provost and director positions at Stanford University. She currently sits on the board of directors for top companies such as Dropbox and her love for sports led to a position as one of the inaugural members of the College Football Playoff Selection Committee. Condi is praised for her ability to lead and was a home run at this year’s KPMG Womens Leadership Summit held last week.
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Tom Brokaw: As the longstanding face of NBC News for over 3 decades, iconic on-air journalist Tom Brokaw earned his place as one of the celebrated “Big 3” U.S. news anchors that commanded the airwaves in recent years along with the likes of Peter Jennings and Dan Rather. He got his start on The Today Show but earned numerous awards and accolades for his reporting as the anchor of NBC Nightly News every weekday from 1982-2004. In May, Tom was hired as a commencement speaker for the University of Texas at Austin‘s 2017 graduating class. When he is not traveling the country providing keynotes at special events, he has been busy in preparation for his new TV show, Freedom of the Press, tentatively set to begin airing next year.
Van Jones: Van earned a positive reputation over the course of the 2016 Presidential Race for his authentic approach to today’s political issues in which he openly disagreed with Republicans and Democrats alike. His bi-partisan representation of the facts and the nuances of current political and social issues has elevated his standing beyond the political realm as a voice of reason with the ability to build bridges to connect people with opposing viewpoints. Van’s typical keynote is centered around today’s political and social issues with the goal to encourage and create a more unified and accepting society. Van’s speaking schedule has been quickly filling up in 2017 as organizations have sought to hire top political keynote speakers who can provide a motivational message for positive social change.
Greta Van Susteren: Greta Van Susteren is another empowering figure in news media who is available for keynote speeches and moderated Q&A sessions at conferences, business events and industry summits. Greta gained respect in government and political circles as a criminal defense lawyer who made frequent appearances on major news networks before earning her own series of news talk shows on Fox News. She recently left the network at the end of 2016 due to disagreements with management and the way the network had been run under the now fired CEO Roger Ailes. Greta is an intelligent, conservative thought leader who works as a great stand-alone keynote guest speaker or equally engaging moderator for panel discussions and forums.
Colin Powell: Retired 4-star General Colin Powell is the son of Jamaican immigrants who went on to become the first African-American to serve on the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest military position in the Department of Defense. Colin is a born leader who served over 35 years in various ranks of the military ranging from his time as an South Vietnamese Army advisor in the Vietnam War to higher up positions in the Bush administration. He now tours the globe as a keynote speaker helping audiences take charge of their lives and build leadership, persuasion, and reasoning skills. He discusses the lessons he has learned after over 50 years in public service as well as issues plaguing corporations and our society at large.
Ann Coulter: Loud and proud conservative hot shot Ann Coulter is just where you’d expect her to be at the beginning of a new presidency: at the center of mainstream media stirring up the pot! Ann was an avid supporter of Donald Trump during his 2016 campaign for the presidency but has changed her tune a bit these days after Trump has failed to deliver on a number of his campaign promises. In the past few months, Ann has been a particularly popular choice for keynote speaker series at universities and colleges on the east and west coasts. Ann is a confident, outspoken and empowering political keynote speaker sure to deliver an engaging and meaningful keynote at your next event.
James Carville: Last but certainly not least on our list of top political keynote speakers is “The Ragin’ Cajun”, James Carville. James rose to fame as the mastermind behind Bill Clinton’s successful presidential campaign back in 1992. He has since become a familiar political pundit on TV sharing his insights as a host and guest correspondent on CNN, NBC, Fox News and other major news networks. He is married to fellow political advisor Mary Matalin and the duo are often hired to speak together at corporate conferences and speaker series. Last week, James was down in Miami for the U.S. Conference of Mayors where he delivered a speech to leaders from over 250 cities across the country discussing issues from climate change to immigration. James knows the highs and lows of a life in politics and he brings a tremendous level of intellect and excitement to any event he keynotes.
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