After turning pro at 16, tennis prodigy Andre Agassi rose to international fame, earning 60 men’s singles titles, including eight Grand Slam singles championships, over a 20-year career. At 24, he created the Andre Agassi Foundation for Education.
For over 20 years, the Foundation has honed its mission to focus on transforming public education. Since the inception of the Andre Agassi Foundation for Education, $185 million has been raised to benefit the mission of the Foundation. His autobiography, Open, reached #1 on the New York Times bestseller list and continues to hit record sales internationally.
Liz Forkin Bohannon was named a top speaker by Forbes. She is the founder of Sseko Designs and the author of Beginner’s Pluck: Build Your Life of Purpose and Impact Now. Sseko Designs is an ethical fashion brand that works to educate and empower women. By providing employment and educational opportunities, Sseko enables women to continue their education and become leaders in their country.
Among her notable honors, Liz was recently named a top three Transformation Leader by John Maxwell, Forbes listed her as a top 20 public speaker in the U.S., and Bloomberg Businessweek named Sseko as a top social enterprise.
The Passing Zone, featuring Owen Morse and Jon Wee are inductees in the National Speaker’s Association’s Speaker Hall of Fame and have appeared with headlines like Jay Leno, George Carlin, Penn & Teller, and appeared on CNN’s Road Warriors, Hell’s Kitchen, An Evening at the Improv, and NBC’s Today. They’ve even performed at the White House. Their most recent show, The Passing Zone Saves the World! is currently touring.