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Kaitlin Roig and Natalie Randolph to address National Convention in Minneapolis

Kaitlin Roig and Natalie Randolph to address National Convention in Minneapolis

Two speakers represented exclusively by American Entertainment International Speakers Bureau (AEI), a full service speakers bureau located in Boston, MA, will be speaking at the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) Convention in Minneapolis February 14-17. Kaitlin Roig, the first grade teacher who saved her entire class by locking 15 students in a small bathroom during the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012 will speak on February 15th. Natalie Randolph, a ...
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Vy Higginsen and her Mama Foundation for the Arts are "Alive and Kickin'"

Vy Higginsen and her Mama Foundation for the Arts are “Alive and Kickin'”

Once again AEI Exclusive Speaker Vy Higginsen was featured on 60 Minutes showcasing her projects at her Mama Foundation for the Arts. This time it was for her new show "Alive and Kickin'" which stars singers in the second half of their life, many of which have never been on stage! Conceived and written by Vy Higginsen and Ken Wydro (the creators of Mama, I Want to Sing), ALIVE! "is about the healing and transformative ...
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Happy Holidays!!

Happy Holidays!!

The holidays are a time of reflection and thankfulness. A time for us to ponder the year past and to look forward to the year coming. All of us at AEI Speakers wish to thank those of you who have made 2014 a great year! Here's to 2015!! Cheers! For more information on all of our Speakers, please visit us at AEISpeakers.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter! ...
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Commemorating Veterans' Day

Commemorating Veterans’ Day

The late author and icon Tom Clancy once said, "There is no truer representation of a country than the people that it sends into the field to fight for it." Clancy is certainly right: perhaps no one better encapsulates the American spirit than the courageous men and women who serve to protect this nation as part of the United States Armed Forces. Although they should be in our hearts and minds year-round, this week's holiday ...
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October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month!It is important to take time to recognize and support some of the AEI Speakers who have survived and conquered breast cancer.Dr. Julie Silver is an associate professor at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She was diagnosed with cancer in her thirties and her new mission is to help others with cancer find the proper cancer rehabilitation. For more information on this speaker ...
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AEI Exclusive Kaitlin Roig Nominated for LifeChanger of the Year Award

AEI Exclusive Kaitlin Roig Nominated for LifeChanger of the Year Award

AEI Speakers Bureau Exclusive Speaker Kaitlin Roig has been nominated for the LifeChanger of the Year Award!! LifeChanger of the Year is an annual program that aims to honor those who are making a significant difference in the lives of students by exemplifying excellence, positive influence and leadership.      For more information on all of our speakers, please visit us at AEISpeakers.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter! ...
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The End of the August Rush

The End of the August Rush

The back to school season is more palatable than ever. Chillier weather and a harvest season are walking up to our door. The discussions generated throughout the month of August brought us with more in-depth ideas than ever. Our first week encouraged people to follow great ideas. No one can possibly be a leader all the time, and followers are the innovators who put plans into action. Followers are the people who built the great ...
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Why Education Controversy Can Be Good

Why Education Controversy Can Be Good

The August sun has a chilly undertone. The days seem a little shorter, and millions of teens rush to start their summer reading. This can only mean that the brisk fall months are approaching. Both kids and adults look forward to and dread the days when September crawls in and the school year begins once more. With kids and teachers entering the classrooms, anxious parents are never too far behind. With education being a hotly ...
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Why Should You Travel Now?

Why Should You Travel Now?

The United States is such a big country that there are many lifetimes worth of history and culture within the various regions. Some parts of the country say “freeway,” others say “highway.” New England has a reputation for having a very fast paced lifestyle, while the West Coast is thought to be more relaxed and leisurely, compared to the South where there’s a more of a polite hospitable culture. We may as well be a ...
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Be A Follower

Be A Follower

It doesn't look as glamorous on a poster, and it seems counter intuitive to asserting individuality, but followers do not get enough credit for putting ideas into action.  Last month we celebrated the Public Speaking Fear-Free Month.Meanwhile AEI honors all types of speakers every month. Some of those speakers advocate for leadership. Commonly, an idea that’s taught within leadership learning is how to be a leader. What we don’t see as often is the other ...
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