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APB In The News

From their latest book releases to their newest professional projects, APB speakers are on the move and in the news. Whether you are looking to hear about the newest book from your favorite business speaker, interested in viewing the latest and greatest motivational speaker videos, or looking for an update from a speaker on education, APB’s In the News section will provide you with all of the latest updates on keynote speakers.

APB Speaker Tawakkol Karman Receives Annual Freedom Award from the National Civil Rights Museum

Fri, 2016-10-28

APB speaker Tawakkol Karman, a human rights activist and Nobel Laureate, was awarded the 2016 Freedom Award by the US National Civil Rights Museum. This award is granted to individuals who have contributed to civil and human rights around the world and to those who have paved the way for future leaders and movements. Past winners include Nelson Mandela, former President Bill Clinton and the Dalai Lama.

Speaker Scott Hamilton & His Fight Against Cancer

Tue, 2016-10-25

Speaker and Olympic skater Scott Hamilton recently received difficult news: he is now facing his third cancer diagnosis and, this time, it’s a brain tumor. However, Hamilton—who chooses to "celebrate life"—won’t change his optimistic outlook and remains courageous in his fight against cancer.

APB Brings ‘The Walking Dead’ Star Sonequa Martin-Green to a Spooky Event in Connecticut!

Mon, 2016-10-24

The Haunted Graveyard hosted Walking Dead star and speaker Sonequa Martin-Green to celebrate the spooky season! New England’s largest Halloween attraction has been scaring up fun since 1999 and, for just as long, has raised money for important causes. In honor of the daughter of founder Ernie Romegialli, who was diagnosed at the age of six with diabetes, the organization makes large donations to the American Diabetes Association and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

APB's Tina Brown Weighs in on Election 2016

Fri, 2016-10-21

APB speaker Tina Brown hosted an event earlier this week to raise awareness for the Women’s Health Initiative. At the event, Brown (the founder of Women in the World) spoke about women’s issues in the presidential election—a topic at the forefront of debate leading up to Election Day. “Some people say, ‘Oh it’s been great for Hillary that she ended up with Trump.’ I don’t think it’s been great for Hillary to have Donald Trump. I think she finds it very painful to have to be running in this atmosphere.”

'A Chance in the World' by APB speaker Steve Pemberton to be a Major Motion Picture

Tue, 2016-09-27

APB speaker Steve Pemberton has uplifted many with his story of overcoming adversity against all odds and inspiring hope, determination and forgiveness. Following the success of his best-selling memoir, A Chance in the World, which documents his childhood filled with adversity in a foster care system and the priceless acts of kindness he received along the way, Pemberton recently announced the book's film adaptation. The movie, produced by Tom Bastounes of Mighty Small Pictures and directed and adapted by Mark Vadik, stars Terrell Ransom Jr. in the role of 14-year-old Pemberton. As production starts this weekend in Chicago, Pemberton posted that they are looking to submit to the Sundance Film Festival in January.

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