Our blog provides us an opportunity to share information about the talented and accomplished speakers on our roster.

Twenty-Sixth Anniversary of AEI Speakers Bureau

Mark Castel founded AEI Speakers in 1991, which means it's our twenty-sixth anniversary! Now is a great time to look back at all AEI Speakers has achieved over the last 12 months. New Office: AEI Speakers is proud and excited to show you guys our new digs! Ever since Mark started his business he dreamed of having a bright and modern office, so without further delay, here it is! New Dogs: This year, we introduced ...
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Book Smarter, Book Cheaper

Travel is breath taking – you get to experience new places and cultures. But all too often, a great trip comes with pricey airfares. Fortunately, AEI has come up with a few tips to help you avoid these frustrations. 1: Always search for flights through a private browser: Have you ever thought a flight price has changed after searching it a few times in your web browser? Based on the cookies in your browser, flight prices do rise ...
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New Year, New AEI Speakers

We are pleased to introduce you to our new website! Our new site is designed to help our clients efficiently navigate through our database of personalities from diverse fields to easily find the right speaker for the job. Once our client has found the right speaker for the event, it’s effortless to access our contact page and then an agent who can help expedite the booking process. Mark Castel founded AEI Speakers in 1991, which ...
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Featured Exclusive Speaker: Karen Daley

We at AEI Speakers would like to take the time to recognize another one of our fantastic exclusive speakers: Karen Daley.  Daley, a Massachusetts native, spent 25 years practicing as a clinical nurse in the ER at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Nursing was, and still is, a passion for Daley.  In 1998, her time on the job was interrupted. While disposing of a needle, she was struck and injected in her index finger ...
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Ryan Pitts Continuing his Service off the Battlefield

Aside from the NFL career, Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts seems to have his life plan still on track.   This plan, as told by a kindergarten assignment, was to graduate high school, become a professional  football player, enlist in the military, get married, start a family, then retire at a ripe old age.   Though his service ended sooner than the younger Pitts had  anticipated, he still is regarded as a military hero for his ...
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NACA Northeast Convention

AEI Speakers is taking a field trip. This weekend, the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) is hosting their Northeast regional convention on November 5th-8th in Hartford Connecticut. The theme of this year's conference, "Make an Impact," will focus on helping college staff members and student leaders create events that will truly resonate with their audiences. AEI Speakers has booked a number of speaking events for college campuses, covering a wide range of categories, from ...
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Bill Herz Brings the Magic

When most people think of a corporate meeting, magicians don't seem like the type to be involved. Bill Herz is breaking that boundary. For more than 25 years, he has taken his illusions to companies across the world, entertaining and motivating them along the way.   Magic has always been a passion for Herz, having received his first magic set at age eight. ""Every dollar I earned went to buying more magic tricks," said Herz, ...
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Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis is CHOOSING HOPE

Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis has transformed from small town teacher to hero and spreader of hope. Roig-DeBellis was reading to her class at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut when she heard gunshots. Thinking quickly, she flicked off all the lights, and ushered her class into their small bathroom. There they waited, while gunfire raged on the other side of the wall. Forty-five minutes later, she and her students were found by police officers ...
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Paula Boggs Changes the Pace

AEI Speaker Paula Boggs brings new meaning to the phrase game changer.  Boggs was one of the first women to be congressionally appointed to the U.S. Navel Academy. Boggs served eight years as a regular officer in the United States Army, earning her airborne wings while doing so. After realizing she was not quite ready for active duty, Boggs changed direction. She received a Bachelor's degree from John Hopkins University, and later graduated from the ...
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Erik Wahl Gives Back

When most people hear the name Erik Wahl, they think of an artist, mogul, speaker, author. But there is one category that continues to set Wahl apart from all others - his philanthropy.  Wahl served an eight year partnership with a corporate company. After losing his job, he decided to quit the rat race and turn to his true passion - art. He began crafting fantastic graffiti paintings in minutes. His act became widely known, ...
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