Speakers Bureau

Speakers Bureau

Speaker Bureau

CMG represents a number of prolific speakers. They can bring insight and riveting conversations to your event. Many of our speakers have had successful professional lives. Due to recent events we are changing the way we do speaking events, including doing things such as web conferences.

Tammie Jo Shults

Captain Tammie Jo Shults is a Southwest Airlines captain and former naval aviator who received wide acclaim when, on April 17, 2018, she and her crew successfully landed a Boeing 737 after catastrophic engine failure and rapid decompression, saving the lives of 148 people. Shults’s early interest in flying led her to become one of the first female F/A-18 Hornet pilots in the United States Navy after overcoming several obstacles due to her gender. At the conclusion of her Navy career, Shults became a pilot for Southwest Airlines. Her incredible talent and notable history have made her an inspiration to many.

Jen Bricker

Captain Tammie Jo Shults is a Southwest Airlines captain and former naval aviator who received wide acclaim when, on April 17, 2018, she and her crew successfully landed a Boeing 737 after catastrophic engine failure and rapid decompression, saving the lives of 148 people. Shults’s early interest in flying led her to become one of the first female F/A-18 Hornet pilots in the United States Navy after overcoming several obstacles due to her gender. At the conclusion of her Navy career, Shults became a pilot for Southwest Airlines. Her incredible talent and notable history have made her an inspiration to many.

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Charley Beal
Charley is a lifelong social activist who attended his first civil rights demonstration in Lansing, Michigan in 1962. He is also an award-winning art director for film and television. Beal worked closely with Gilbert Baker beginning in 1994 when he assisted Baker with the creation of the Mile Long Rainbow Flag for Stonewall 25.
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Darren Ellisor
Darren Ellisor has been flying for 25 years starting at the air force academy in Colorado for 4 years, 10 years in the Air Force, and Southwest for 11 years. Darren was the co-pilot on the Southwest Flight 1380 along side Captain Tammie Jo Shults.
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Dave Dugan
A long-time contributor for Bob and Tom, Dave Dugan is an Indianapolis-based comedian who is famous nationwide and around the world. He has appeared on Comedy Central, HBO, and VH-1.
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Fred Dryer
Fred Dryer is an American actor and former football player. Dryer was drafted to the New York Giants in 1969, where he played until moving to the Los Angeles Rams in 1972. After retiring from football in 1981, he developed his acting career and is the best known for starring in the TV series, Hunter. In the early 1990s, Dryer established his own production company and currently has his own radio show where he gives his takes on sports.
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George Napolitano
George Napolitano is a professional photographer specializing in images of wrestling events. He has published many pictorial books. He received the Jim Melby Award in 2013 and was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2017.
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Heather "Lucky" Penney
Heather “Lucky” Penney is a defense policy expert at the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies in Arlington, Virginia. She is best known for her role as a USAF lieutenant who was one of two F-16 pilots who flew their unarmed planes in an attempt to ram and down United Airlines Flight 93 before it reached Washington, D.C., during the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
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Jen Bricker
Born without legs, one would think Jen Bricker would be destined for a life of hardship. However, the hand of destiny brought her an amazing adoptive family, who gave her one simple rule, “Never say can’t” and helped her forge a life of triumph, not tragedy. As a child, Jen was obsessed with gymnastics, and her idol was Olympic gold-medalist Dominique Moceanu. Jen went on to compete against able-bodied athletes, and became a State Champion in power tumbling—only later to discover Moceanu was actually her biological sister.
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Lothar Matthäus
As one of the most successful soccer players ever, Lothar Matthäus played in five FIFA World Cups and holds the record for most World Cup matches played by a single player with 25 games. Aside from captaining the 1990 World Cup champion Germany, Matthäus also holds the distinction as being the first ever FIFA World Player of the Year and remains the only German to have received the award. Outside of his playing career, Matthäus spent ten years managing and is prevalent in sports media as a columnist and TV pundit.
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Mark Roesler
In his 40th year of representing the world’s most famous personalities, CMG Worldwide Founder and Chairman, Mark Roesler, has successfully positioned his marketing and management company as the dominant force in the evolving intellectual property arena. “Before we started working in this area, deceased celebrities or their estates had limited rights to their name or images,” Roesler said.
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Olivia De Berardinis
Olivia De Berardinis is an American artist, famous for her pinup paintings of women. Beginning in the 1970s, she kick started her career and became a contributor to Playboy in 1985. In June 2004, she was granted her own section of the magazine for pinups and continued perfecting her craft.
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Roberto Clemente Jr.
Roberto Clemente, Jr. is a universally respected philanthropist, humanitarian, entrepreneur, producer, former broadcaster, and professional baseball player. Roberto’s father, Roberto Clemente Sr. was the first Latin American player to compile 3,000 hits in MLB history and the first Latino to enter into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Roberto Sr. used his platform and immense athletic gift to serve others and devote his short life to helping make the world a better place, something Roberto Jr. has duplicated and taken very seriously. Roberto Jr. utilizes his experiences not only as an Afro-Latino but beyond to leverage his platform to help thousands of others on an intensely diverse array of subjects and today’s challenges.
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Stuart Milk
Lawrence Stuart Milk is an American LGBT human rights activist and political speaker. The nephew of civil rights leader Harvey Milk, he is the co-founder of the Harvey Milk Foundation.
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Tammie Jo Shults
Captain Tammie Jo Shults is a Southwest Airlines captain and former naval aviator who received wide acclaim when, on April 17, 2018, she and her crew successfully landed a Boeing 737 after catastrophic engine failure and rapid decompression, saving the lives of 148 people. Shults’s early interest in flying led her to become one of the first female F/A-18 Hornet pilots in the United States Navy after overcoming several obstacles due to her gender. At the conclusion of her Navy career, Shults became a pilot for Southwest Airlines. Her incredible talent and notable history have made her an inspiration to many.
Learn More
Charley Beal
Charley is a lifelong social activist who attended his first civil rights demonstration in Lansing, Michigan in 1962. He is also an award-winning art director for film and television. Beal worked closely with Gilbert Baker beginning in 1994 when he assisted Baker with the creation of the Mile Long Rainbow Flag for Stonewall 25.
Learn More
Darren Ellisor
Darren Ellisor has been flying for 25 years starting at the air force academy in Colorado for 4 years, 10 years in the Air Force, and Southwest for 11 years. Darren was the co-pilot on the Southwest Flight 1380 along side Captain Tammie Jo Shults.
Learn More
Dave Dugan
A long-time contributor for Bob and Tom, Dave Dugan is an Indianapolis-based comedian who is famous nationwide and around the world. He has appeared on Comedy Central, HBO, and VH-1.
Learn More
Fred Dryer
Fred Dryer is an American actor and former football player. Dryer was drafted to the New York Giants in 1969, where he played until moving to the Los Angeles Rams in 1972. After retiring from football in 1981, he developed his acting career and is the best known for starring in the TV series, Hunter. In the early 1990s, Dryer established his own production company and currently has his own radio show where he gives his takes on sports.
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George Napolitano
George Napolitano is a professional photographer specializing in images of wrestling events. He has published many pictorial books. He received the Jim Melby Award in 2013 and was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2017.
Learn More
Heather "Lucky" Penney
Heather “Lucky” Penney is a defense policy expert at the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies in Arlington, Virginia. She is best known for her role as a USAF lieutenant who was one of two F-16 pilots who flew their unarmed planes in an attempt to ram and down United Airlines Flight 93 before it reached Washington, D.C., during the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Learn More
Jen Bricker
Born without legs, one would think Jen Bricker would be destined for a life of hardship. However, the hand of destiny brought her an amazing adoptive family, who gave her one simple rule, “Never say can’t” and helped her forge a life of triumph, not tragedy. As a child, Jen was obsessed with gymnastics, and her idol was Olympic gold-medalist Dominique Moceanu. Jen went on to compete against able-bodied athletes, and became a State Champion in power tumbling—only later to discover Moceanu was actually her biological sister.
Learn More
Lothar Matthäus
As one of the most successful soccer players ever, Lothar Matthäus played in five FIFA World Cups and holds the record for most World Cup matches played by a single player with 25 games. Aside from captaining the 1990 World Cup champion Germany, Matthäus also holds the distinction as being the first ever FIFA World Player of the Year and remains the only German to have received the award. Outside of his playing career, Matthäus spent ten years managing and is prevalent in sports media as a columnist and TV pundit.
Learn More
Mark Roesler
In his 40th year of representing the world’s most famous personalities, CMG Worldwide Founder and Chairman, Mark Roesler, has successfully positioned his marketing and management company as the dominant force in the evolving intellectual property arena. “Before we started working in this area, deceased celebrities or their estates had limited rights to their name or images,” Roesler said.
Learn More
Olivia De Berardinis
Olivia De Berardinis is an American artist, famous for her pinup paintings of women. Beginning in the 1970s, she kick started her career and became a contributor to Playboy in 1985. In June 2004, she was granted her own section of the magazine for pinups and continued perfecting her craft.
Learn More
Roberto Clemente Jr.
Roberto Clemente, Jr. is a universally respected philanthropist, humanitarian, entrepreneur, producer, former broadcaster, and professional baseball player. Roberto’s father, Roberto Clemente Sr. was the first Latin American player to compile 3,000 hits in MLB history and the first Latino to enter into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Roberto Sr. used his platform and immense athletic gift to serve others and devote his short life to helping make the world a better place, something Roberto Jr. has duplicated and taken very seriously. Roberto Jr. utilizes his experiences not only as an Afro-Latino but beyond to leverage his platform to help thousands of others on an intensely diverse array of subjects and today’s challenges.
Learn More
Stuart Milk
Lawrence Stuart Milk is an American LGBT human rights activist and political speaker. The nephew of civil rights leader Harvey Milk, he is the co-founder of the Harvey Milk Foundation
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Tammie Jo Shults
Captain Tammie Jo Shults is a Southwest Airlines captain and former naval aviator who received wide acclaim when, on April 17, 2018, she and her crew successfully landed a Boeing 737 after catastrophic engine failure and rapid decompression, saving the lives of 148 people. Shults’s early interest in flying led her to become one of the first female F/A-18 Hornet pilots in the United States Navy after overcoming several obstacles due to her gender. At the conclusion of her Navy career, Shults became a pilot for Southwest Airlines. Her incredible talent and notable history have made her an inspiration to many.
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