Cross-Cultural Understanding Speakers

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Afdhel Aziz
(1 rating)

Leading Expert on Brand Purpose & Marketing Innovation; Author of "Good is the New Cool: How Capitalism Can Save the World"

Matt Johnson

President of On Target Living; Human Capacity Expert

Daymond John
(7 ratings)

"Shark Tank" Investor; Founder & CEO of FUBU; Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship

Bernard Coleman
(1 rating)

Head of Employee Engagement at Gusto, Former Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Uber

Dr. Marc Lamont Hill
(4 ratings)

Temple University Professor, BET News Correspondent, Activist, Author

Brittney Cooper

Feminist Scholar & Author of "Beyond Respectability: The Intellectual Thought of Race Women"

Alice Walker

Pulitzer Prize & National Book Award-Winning Author; Best Known for "The Color Purple"

Rosa Clemente
(2 ratings)

Community Organizer; Journalist; Political Activist; President & Founder of Know Thy Self Productions

Dr. Michio Kaku
(4 ratings)

World-Renowned Futurist & Theoretical Physicist

Dr. Sharroky Hollie

Executive Director of The Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning

Bobby Seale

Political Activist & Co-Founder of the Black Panther Party

Billy Mills
(2 ratings)

Second Native American to Win an Olympic Gold Medal & Co-Founder of Running Strong for American Indian Youth

Winona LaDuke
(2 ratings)

Executive Director of Honor the Earth

Wes Moore
(1 rating)

CEO of Robin Hood Foundation, Best-Selling Author & U.S. Army Veteran

Linda Alvarado
(2 ratings)

CEO of Alvarado Construction & National Women's Hall of Famer; First Latino Owner of a Major League Baseball Team

Eva Longoria

Award-Winning Actress, Producer, Director, Activist, Philanthropist & Designer

Tracee Ellis Ross

Actress & Youth Volunteer, Star of "Black-ish"