Top 100 Marketing Speakers

  • By Brendan Egan
  •  Sep 09, 2022

Get right to the key goals of any marketing plan. It’s to increase brand awareness and engagement; increase customer value, revenues, and traffic; and become an authority when it comes to your product or service. Your ROAS is just as important as your ROI. The question becomes, how do you achieve all of this? Book one of the top 100 marketing speakers to learn tricks from the experts.

1. Daymond John

Not only is Daymond John an award-winning entrepreneur as CEO and founder of FUBU, but he’s also seen regularly on ABC’s Shark Tank. His marketing expertise has led to more than 35 awards including an Advertising Age Marketing 1000 Award for “Outstanding Ad Campaign” and Brand Week’s “Marketer of the Year.”

2. Jamie Kern Lima

Tired of struggling to find cosmetics that suited her sensitive skin, Jamie co-founded IT Cosmetics from her home. She used her marketing skills to turn it into one of the nation’s hottest makeup and skincare brands before selling it to L’Oreal for $1.2 billion. This also led to her status as the first female CEO of a brand for L’Oreal. She’s excelled well at marketing herself after working in a grocery store, waitressing job, and as a TV news anchor to her current role as an author, marketing speaker, and CEO.

3. Shama Hyder

Entrepreneur calls Shama Hyder the “Zen Master of Marketing. She’s one of the UN’s and White House’s “Top 100 Young Entrepreneurs in the Country.” Shama is also the CEO of Zen Media, a marketing and digital PR firm. She excels in helping brands achieve their goals.

4. Nir Bashan

Marketing your brand can be more than helping a business. Nir Bashan learned the true art of marketing from celebrities like Woody Harrelson and musicians like Rod Stewart. He turned all that he learned into helping brands grow, increase their sales, and improve customer services. He’s helped companies like AT&T, Microsoft, and The National Association of Realtors better market their brand. He’s also the author of the best-selling book, The Creator Mindset.

5. Jay Shetty

Jay Shetty’s expertise comes from his skill in the health and wellness sector. He’s the creator of “On Purpose”, the world’s top health and wellness podcast. He took that health and wellness marketing expertise and built a tremendous brand with both a book Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day and an educational institute that offers accredited life coaching certification programs that more than two million students have taken.

6. Rodney Woods

Rodney Woods is the CEO of Diversity in Promotions, Inc. (DIP), a strategic marketing firm that specializes in minority and women-owned business development, outreach, management, and contract compliance. Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth awarded him the “Building a High Performing Business” award. His marketing expertise has helped secure clients like Adidas, General Motors, and Toyota as clients for DIP, and he’s happy to share his experiences as a marketing speaker.

7. Jeff Fromm

Jeff Fromm holds an economics degree from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, focused on marketing. He’s the author of Marketing to Millennials and Marketing to Gen Z and is the founder of Barkley, a full-service ad agency that’s worked on marketing and branding for companies like Dairy Queen, Planet Fitness, and Sonic. As a professional keynote speaker, his specialties are in branding and innovation. Book Jeff to talk to your team or group about consumer trends, sustainability, and coming up with new marketing opportunities.

8. Mark Schaefer

He has more than 30 years of marketing and is the Executive Director for Schaefer Marketing Solutions. Mark Schaefer’s clients include Dell, Johnson & Johnson, and The U.S. Air Force. In addition to his work at his marketing company, Mark Schaefer is also the co-host of "The Marketing Companion" and the author of KNOWN: The Handbook for Building and Unleashing Your Personal Brand in the Digital Age .

9. Bedros Keuilian

You have to know a lot about marketing to make it into Entrepreneur Magazine’s “500 Fastest Growing Franchises in the World” not once but twice. Bedros Keuilian is the founder and CEO of Fit Body Boot Camp, and all of this came from being told that he “sucked at selling” when he was starting. He’s taken that advice and become one of the most effective fitness marketing experts out there.

10. Margaux Avedisian

Margaux Avedisian is the CEO and Co-Founder of Beyond the Runway, an online shopping platform that uses a virtual avatar for custom fittings. She’s used her expertise to help market its virtual fashion search engine that Google acquired.

11. Alana Stott

Marketing your brand requires a story that your consumers connect with. Alana Stott is a master in storytelling. She’s the founder of Wolfraven Omnimedia, a company that helps people share their stories with the world. She is skilled at branding and marketing campaigns for worthy causes, such as Prince Harry’s mental health awareness campaign, for which she helped raise $1.2 million.

12. Jay Baer

Convince & Convert is one of the world’s leading strategy consulting firms and has helped brands like Allstate, IBM, and Nike use customer experiences and customer service to create an unbeatable marketing plan. Jay Baer is the founder of Convince & Convert and a Hall of Fame keynote speaker who speaks on topics like marketing innovation.

13. Lori Nishura Mackenzie

She uses more than 20 years of experience in marketing and business management with companies like Apple and PayPal to talk to audiences about topics like leadership and inclusion. Lori Nishiura Mackenzie led a decade-long campaign to champion change at the Stanford Clayman Institute for Gender Research. Her comfort in front of audiences of all sizes has found her talking to women’s summits and executive teams about marketing and diversity.

14. Jay Acunzo

Jay Acunzo is the co-founder of Boston Content, the largest community of content creators and marketers in the Northeast. He’s the digital media strategist at Google, pushing marketing execs to embrace the changing ways of the digital age. He’s also the founder of Marketing Showrunners, a firm that helps brands that help communities and the less fortunate.

15. Jeb Blount

As the founder and CEO of Sales Gravy, Jeb Blount excels in customer relationships and sales. He’s also the author of People Follow You and Virtual Selling and uses those platforms to share his expertise in creating unforgettable customer experiences and emotional intelligence in a company’s marketing and sales.

16. Ted Skidmore

Ted Skidmore led the Studio Theatrical Marketing team in Walt Disney Studios’ Global Research and Insights Department. It was his expertise that helped guide the marketing campaigns for movies released by DisneyNature, DreamWorks, LucasFilm, Marvel Studios, Pixar, and Walt Disney Animation Studios.

17. Deborah Metts

She has built her reputation as a leading brand storyteller, global educator, and technologist for more than a decade. Deborah Metts specializes in E-commerce and marketing in SaaS and startups, specifically in luxury retail and fashion brands like Bloomingdales, Calvin Klein, Macy’s, and Max Mara.

18. Kathy Varol

After helping major brands like Adidas, Microsoft, and MillerCoors, Kathy Varol uses that experience to help others with their brand marketing, impact, and strategic planning. She’s an expert in ESG marketing and can talk to your team about her four steps in "The Brand Purpose Model" to positively impact consumers, employees, and the planet.

19. Ryan Estis

Ryan Estis was McCann Worldgroup’s Chief Strategy Officer. He continues to be a leadership expert and top-performing sales exec who’s supported brands that include Adobe, Ernst & Young, MasterCard, the NBA, and many others. Book him to talk to your team about change leadership, sales effectiveness, and the future of sales and marketing in your business.

20. Dara Torres

Dara Torres is a mom, Olympic athlete, motivational speaker, entrepreneur, fitness advocate, and bestselling author. She holds a dozen Olympic medals – 4 Gold, 4 Silver, and 4 Bronze. She shares her experiences in building her own brand to motivate corporations to do the same. She’s been the spokesperson for hundreds of brands over the years and also supports several charities, including one that she works on with Princess Charlene of Monaco.

21. Emily Vavra

Emily Vavra went from sleeping in a friend’s house to becoming a self-made millionaire. She’s the founder of Network Marketer and is an international network marketing professional who talks to audiences around the world about productivity, maintaining your self-worth, and working hard to market your brand.

22. Dolores Hirschmann

As the founder of Masters in Clarity, Dolores Hirschmann has helped entrepreneurs, company founders, and CEOs develop winning business plans. Her talks cover how to create your brand’s message, marketing strategy, pitching successfully, and putting it all together to ensure growth.

23. Roland Rust

Not only is Roland Rust a marketing genius, but he’s also a distinguished marketing professor. He has plenty of experience sharing his expertise with students around the world. He’s a distinguished professor and David Bruce Smith Chair in Marketing at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. He’s a Visiting Chair in Marketing Research at the Netherlands’ Erasmus University. He’s also an International Research Fellow of Oxford University’s Centre for Corporate Reputation and holds several awards and honors from the American Marketing Association and the Journal of Marketing. Book Roland to talk about marketing research, marketing strategy, service marketing, and advertising.

24. Pat McAfee

Pat is the founder and CEO of the digital media company Pat McAfee Inc. He uses his blend of humor and experience as a professional football player to create unforgettable stories to build his brand. Book him to help your team realize the value of digital media marketing and storytelling.

25. Ken Schmidt

He was the director of communications for Harley-Davidson Motor Company when the brand was struggling. In just a few years, he championed the company to a complete turnaround that made Harley-Davidson into one of the nation’s most respected motorcycle companies in the world. Since then, he uses his skills to help other companies build strong reputations through brand management, positive workplace cultures, thought-leading, and reputation building and travels the nation sharing stories of his success at marketing talks.

26. Rich Bracken

Rich Bracken uses his consulting expertise to help other companies build a strong campaign of empathy, emotional intelligence, motivation, and mental awareness to engage employees and improve leadership. He’s an award-winning salesperson, marketing expert, and customer service coach.

27. Charlene Li

Charlene Li is the author of the bestselling The Disruption Mindset. She’s spent more than 20 years helping others envision the future and build a stronger brand through customer experience, digital transformation, and effective leadership. She’s been named one of “The Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company and a “Top 50 Leadership Innovator.”

28. Gabor George Burt

He’s one of the first Blue Ocean Strategy experts and creator of the Slingshot Framework that uses creative thinking to cross boundaries to change the future. Gabor George Burt talks to audiences about marketing topics like business transformation and re-imagining market boundaries to achieve success. He’s spoken at events around the world and has shared the stage with big names like Sir Richard Branson and even opened the Global Marketing Forum.

29. Raj Sheth

After graduating from Babson College and getting an Entrepreneurship and Finance degree, Raj Sheth worked for EMC Corporation. He created his first B2B software company in 2010. Recruiterbox grew to more than $3 million in revenue before Raj even hired a sales team. He’s an expert at starting and developing companies with minimal marketing and sales staff.

30. Steven Bartlett

He was just 22 when he built two flagship companies that would form The Social Chain. Steven Bartlett dropped out of college to form his first company – Wallpark, a platform to connect students to products using social media. Four years later, he started building The Social Chain, a media/technology firm that helps build brands that bring meaning to people’s lives through social media marketing. In just five years, he’d take The Social Chain public and had a market

valuation of more than $200 million, all while focusing on disrupting normal marketing platforms. Steven’s marketing firm has helped clients like Coca-Cola, Nokia, and many others around the world.

31. Karen Morales

Once a bustling ad agency exec, Karen Morales got up one day and realized she needed to reboot her life. She’d been diagnosed with a disease that would leave her in a wheelchair, was newly divorced, and had two young children relying on her. She took her 20 years of marketing expertise and rebranded herself into a dynamic speaker and consultant who specializes in helping others face challenges head-on and improve their marketing and sales plans.

32. Steve Farber

Steve Farber’s strengths are in leadership, strategy, and developing strong organizational cultures. Huffington Post calls him the “#1 Business Speaker to See,” and he’s one of Inc’s “Global Top 50 Leadership and Management Experts.” His marketing talks can talk about “Extreme Leadership,” employee engagement, and the power of positivity following the principles in his book Love Is Just Damn Good Business.

33. Shane Brown

Shane Brown founded Virtual Marketing 360 back in 2009. He’s the CEO and President of this full-service interactive B2B marketing agency that creates interactive experiences for experiential marketing that improves engagement, content, and viewership. He’s also an executive producer on videos by several Grammy award-winning artists like Beyonce and Lil Wayne.

34. Lora DiCarlo

Back in 2017, Lora DiCarlo embraced technology to create products for a sexually-equitable world. Her first product, Osé, won an innovation award that was quickly taken away for being “obscene.” She marketed her product as a wellness product and fought for sexual wellness to be included in that category, leading to the award being reinstated and sexual technology being allowed at the CTA’s tech tradeshow. Since then, she’s gone on to develop more products, leading to sales of more than $13 million, and has ten more patents pending.

35. Arvid Ali

Before retiring a few years before his 30th birthday, Arvid Ali was the President of one of Jordan Belfort’s (Wolf of Wall Street) corporations and Global Managing Director for Shaun White. He’s the CEO of Hiring Strategy Group and the youngest person ever admitted into the graduate program at Brown University. His business skills are unbeatable, but he’s also an exceptional keynote speaker on topics like diversity, leadership, sales, motivation, technology, and investing.

36. David Meltzer

David Meltzer is the CEO of Sports 1 Marketing, an entertainment marketing agency he co-founded with Hall of Famer Warren Moon. Before that, he was CEO of the world’s first smartphone and CEO of the sports agency Leigh Steinberg Sports and Entertainment. He’s an award-winning humanitarian, bestselling author, and marketing speaker known around the world.

37. Arielle Moyal

She’s been the VP of Basketball and Baseball Marketing and PR and Digital Strategy for REP1 Sports. That’s been part of her 16+ years of experience in sports and sports marketing. She used all of that experience to launch her agency, Moyal Enterprises, in 2022. Her company helps athletes, agencies, teams, and brands find the solutions they need to pair marketing strategies with execution and results.

38. Jeremy Bloom

Integrate is a marketing tech company co-founded by Jeremy Bloom. He’s dedicated to whatever challenge he faces, having been a two-time Olympian, three-time World Champion, and 11-time World Cup gold medalist. During his years in the NFL, he completed a Wharton Business School entrepreneurship program in finance and real estate. He uses his experiences in sports and life to help others learn how to use obstacles to improve their path, achieve desired results, and manage their expectations.

39. Mick Ebeling

Mick Ebeling is one of Fortune Magazine’s “Top 50 World’s Greatest Leaders” and winner of the "Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year Award." He’s the founder and CEO of Not Impossible, an award-winning social innovation lab and production company. His marketing plan comes down to one important message: “Commit, then figure it out.” He’s a talented storyteller, idea generator, and talent engineer.

40. Marcus Sheridan

Forbes named him “One of 20 Speakers You Don’t Want to Miss.” New York Times calls him a “Web Marketing Guru.” Marcus Sheridan is the founder of IMPACT, a digital sales and marketing agency. He’s also the author of They Ask, You Answer, a book rated “The #1 Marketing Book” by Mashable and one of the “11 Marketing Books Every CMO Should Read” by Forbes.

41. Mike Saunders

Mike Saunders is one of the world’s foremost experts in social media and digital marketing. He’s helped launch dozens of #MARTECH marketing technologies for large companies like IBM and Toyota and smaller startups around the world, all while helping drive sustainable growth using his techniques. He’s an award-winning marketing specialist, winning “Special Honours” at the New Generation Awards and being on the list of the “Top Global Digital Marketing Experts & Influencers You Should Be Following.”

42. Nick Kosir

You might know Nick Kosir best as “The Dancing Weatherman,” during his broadcasts for Fox46 Charlotte. He has more than 1.2 million Instagram followers and close to a million on TikTok. He’s built a strong personal brand and loves talking to his audience about using social media marketing and personal branding to increase sales and drive home a strong marketing message.

43. Bart Berkey

Bart Berkey set the Ritz-Carlton’s "Gold Standard of Customer Service." He was the brand’s recruiter, using his marketing insight to hire the best candidates to ensure they fit with the brand the hotel chain developed. He has more than 30 years of experience in standing out, using storytelling, and always striving for excellence.

44. Abdel Boazatti

Abdel Boazatti works for The Coca-Cola Company helping to establish and nurture partnerships. Before that, he worked at Warner Bros. He also specializes in blockchain, leading to his uses of technology and the Metaverse and the benefits they bring to your marketing goals.

45. Chase Dimond

Structured is one of the nation’s top eCommerce marketing agencies. Chase Dimond is a partner at the company and runs the email marketing team. His email marketing expertise has led to more than a billion emails going out and gaining more than $100 million in revenues directly attributed to the emails. His client list includes The Chive, Orgain, and Poo-Pourri.

46. Jera Foster-Fell

Using her skills as a social media influence and social media marketing coach. Jera Foster-Fell is known for her 12-week Instagram marketing program and her life in influencer marketing. She’s gained a following of more than 1.4 million on TikTok and hundreds of thousands more on Instagram through her influencer marketing for fashion and fitness.

47. Dave Gordon

Dave Gordon’s skill lies in his special marketing style known as “Infotainment.” He’s honed his skills after years of leading sales and marketing teams around the world. He’s the co-founder of Gordon Creative, a brand alignment, and communications marketing consultancy. He’s also the CMO of Gallagher Bassett, a global risk and claims management services provider that helps people face obstacles and uncertainty with a positive attitude.

48. Jenna Ahern

Jenna Ahern specializes in SEO marketing. She mastered SEO while working for three Google premier partners, Autotrader, and KBB. She started Guardian Owl Digital and has grown the company to seven figures and gained recognition from media giants like, Business Insider, and Forbes.

49. Marques Ogden

Marques Ogden played professional football before retiring and seeking a new career in construction and contracting. He founded a construction company at the age of 27 and it grew quickly, too quickly as he lost close to $2 million in three months and went bankrupt. Rather than let that defeat him, he took a job as a custodian and worked hard to remarket himself. He’s now an in-demand thought leader and podcaster who helps others learn from mistakes through his podcast and keynote speeches.

50. Jim Joseph

His award-winning book series The Experience Effect has helped Jim Joseph take his place among the best marketing speakers you can book. He’s won “Entrepreneur of the Year,” “Consumer Launch Campaign of the Year,” “Social Media Icon,” and owns the “Agency of the Year.” He’s an expert in communications and brand marketing and shares his wisdom with audiences.

51. Courtney Spritzer and Stephanie Cartin

As the founders of Socialfly, a social-first digital and influencer marketing agency, Courtney Spritzer and Stephanie Carlin have helped build effective campaigns and marketing strategies for companies like WeTV, Slimfast, the Girl Scouts, and Discovery. Courtney is on Drum’s “50 Under 30 in Digital Marketing” and Inc’s 2021 “Female Founders 100” list. Stephanie won a “SmartCEO Brava Award'' and a Stevie for “Women Run Workplace of the Year.”

52. Christine Hassler

Christine Hassler shifted from her work as a Hollywood agent to being a bestselling author (The Twenty-Something Manifesto) and keynote speaker. Her marketing skills are exceptional and she can comfortably talk about branding to Millennials, overcoming adversity, communications, and productivity. She’s the co-founder of Elementum Coaching Institute and has been a motivational and marketing speaker on TV, radio, and at in-personal events.

53. Brandy Runyan

With more than 20 years of experience in professional sports and public affairs, Brandy Runyan has a lot to share. She’s a whiz at communications and public affairs in the entertainment and sports industry and her firm Black Diamond PR & Sport Management Firm, LLC., has also helped many Fortune 500 companies build their brand. She holds bachelor’s degrees in Business Management and Public Relations and was inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success in 2018.

54. Manny Montana

You may have seen Manny Montana in TV shows likeConviction, Good Girls, Graceland, Mayans M.C., and Westworld. Before his acting career kicked off, he gained a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcasting and Journalism where he interned with the radio station Power 100.3.

55. Chef Andre Rush

Chef Andre Rush is an expert in motivating others to embrace a healthy lifestyle. He’s been an executive chef for special dinners, banquets, and gatherings at the White House and to dignitaries and military leaders during his 23 years in the U.S. Army. He’s able to market his message about a healthy lifestyle to others through strong personal branding and as a supporter of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition.

56. Charles Brockman III

Charles Brockman III played a key role in the 2021 Big 12 Championships for the Longhorns. He’s used his passion for track to share his experience on social media, particularly marketing himself on TikTok and YouTube where he has gained a following of more than 4.1 million.

57. Katie Chung Hua

As a former hockey player, bodybuilder, and fitness expert, Katie Chung Hua developed a series of workout plans for Fitplan, where she’s an elite trainer. She also is the host and creator of the "Built" podcast where she gets celebrities, athletes, and entrepreneurs to discuss their personal branding and how they built themselves into the success they are.

58. Ian Beacraft

Ian Beacraft is skilled in brand building and emerging technologies, especially the Metaverse and Web3. He embraces immersive technologies in experiential marketing and uses that skill to show the audience exactly how an experience provides far more impact than a simple ad in the world of marketing.

59. Jazerai Allen-Lord

Recognized as NerdLikeJazzy, Jazerai Allen-Lord is experienced in street culture, sneakers, branding, and storytelling. She designed and released a shoe, Club C, with Reebok in 2019 and it sold out. One pair ended up in the Bata Footwear Museum’s Black Designers archive. She’s appeared on Roku Originals in You Ain’t Got These and in the books, Girls Got Kicks and Sneakers. She was recognized by AdAge for “Creative Excellence” and is on ROOT100’s list of “The Most Influential African Americans of 2021.”

60. Joel Comm

Joel Comm’s online business was one of the first websites in the world when it launched in 1995. He’s grown from that experience. He hosted the world’s first competitive internet reality show, The Next Internet Millionaire, and developed a bestselling iPhone novelty app. He excels in popular marketing topics like blogging, podcasting, internet marketing, video creation, social media marketing, affiliate marketing, and mobile apps.

61. Ray Higdon

Ray Higdon’s foundations in the working world were in corporate America, but he realized he missed connections with his family to the long hours. He left for a network marketing company where he quickly became the number one earner. Today, he is the co-host of the “Meet the Higdon's” podcast and a keynote speaker and network marketing trainer.

62. Sterling Hawkins

He’s the founder of the #NoMatterWhat movement. Sterling Hawkins’ movement focuses on getting results no matter what difficulties or situations are encountered along the way. He’s recognized worldwide as a thought leader and gave a TED talk about innovation that gained more than 55,000 views. Through CART, a company he co-founded, he helps companies embrace emerging technologies for success.

63. Vladimer Botsvadze

He’s won multiple marketing awards. Vladimer Botsvadze’s marketing expertise includes social media marketing, digital marketing, change leadership, and innovation. He’s the first global influencer to achieve Thinkers360’s number one spots in AI, Digital Transformation, Innovation, Management, Marketing, Retail, and Sales. He’s also the “#1 Global Marketing Thought Leader.” He’s helped brands and entrepreneurs around the world learn his strategies and achieve success.

64. Molly Morrison

Molly Morrison’s launching point into the world of marketing started at the age of 12 when she created a Twitter fan page for the Memphis Grizzlies. It soon became the most popular fan page for the team and she was able to reveal her ownership once she turned 18. At that point, she started personal branding and her personal account went from having 2,000 followers to 50,000 in under two years. She hosts the "Burners and Basketball" podcast and writes for SB Nation’s Memphis Grizzlies blog.

65. Dan Gingiss

Dan Gingiss has one marketing strategy that he believes is key. Your best marketing strategy is to make sure your customers have an exceptional experience. During his 20 years in marketing, social media, and customer service, he’s helped many companies that include big names like Discover, Humana, and McDonald’s. He’s written several marketing guides and is the host of the podcast "The Experience This! Show."

66. Sharmi Albrechtsen

After realizing that the options for dolls for her daughter were mostly focused on looks, Sharmi Albrechtsen set out to change that. She founded SmartGurlz, a line of robots and action dolls that girls can code and control from an app on their phones or tablets. Sharmi secured a deal on Shark Tank and grew her company into an eight-figure company. She’s on Inc. Magazine’s “2021 Female Founders 100 List” and talks to audiences about startup leadership and marketing, team building, and creating a winning business strategy.

67. Andrew Davis

Andrew Davis speaks to audiences around the world. He’s been called a “Jaw-Dropping Marketing Speaker,” and uses his enthusiasm for marketing to help startups and Fortune 500 brands develop award-winning marketing strategies. He’s worked for The Muppets, NBC’s Today Show, and Charles Kuralt and has a lot to tell his audience.

68. Mike Morse

Attorney Mike Morse founded and operates the largest personal injury firm in motorcycle, car, and truck accidents. Since founding the firm in 1995, he’s grown it into a brand with more than 150 legal experts who’ve helped clients win more than $1 billion. He helps others brand and market their law firms. He’s also the founder of Project Backpack, an organization that provides impoverished children with school supplies and backpacks.

69. Isaac Mashman

While in high school, Issac Mashman realized that he hated the idea of stressing about the cost of college and having to pinch every penny. Instead, he ditched his plans to attend college and dove into the business world. In just three years, he’d explored network marketing, management, and even starting his own record label. All of these experiences led to his podcast, “Chase the Vision With Isaac Mashman.” He’s built a strong personal brand and launched his PR firm and wrote the book Personal Branding: A Manifesto on Fame and Influence.

70. Michael Solomon

Michael Solomon’s specialties in marketing talks include consumer mindset and behavior, marketing and advertising trends, and effective branding. He’s helped clients like BMW, H&M, and Intel build solid brands. He’s comfortable speaking to large Fortune 500 companies, government branches around the world, or smaller organizations.

71. Morra Aarons-Mele

Morra Aarons-Mele builds a strong brand using her trait of being an “Anxious Overachiever.” She’s a 2020 Webby Awards Honoree for her “The Anxious Achiever” podcast and wrote the upcoming The Anxious Achiever: Turn Your Biggest Fears Into Your Leadership Superpower . She’s one of LinkedIn’s mental health’s “Top 10 Voices.” She’s happy to talk to audiences about taking your mental health and turning it into your superpower instead of letting it slow or stop your success. Hire her as a marketing speaker to talk to your team or group about digital marketing, content creation, and social impact.

72. Brendan Egan

Los Angeles Business Journal named Brendan Egan’s marketing agency as the “Most Influential Marketing Agency. In addition to managing a bustling digital marketing agency, he’s also the co-founder and CMO/CTO of Engage. He’s helped more than 500 startups and Fortune 500 companies develop strong branding and marketing campaigns. In addition, he’s been featured as a marketing and technology expert in over 100 major publications including Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Entrepreneur, and more, as well as spoken at dozens of conferences and seminars.

73. Lee Abrams

Lee Abrams is a consultant in marketing to thousands of radio stations, print publications, cable networks, and television stations. He was the Chief Innovation Officer at The Tribune Company, where he re-structured and brought new energy to the TV and TV News creative departments. He’s been named one of Newsweek’s “100 Cultural Elite” and has worked with big names like Alan Parsons Project, Iron Maiden, Eric Johnson, The Moody Blues, and Yes.

74. Omar Johnson

Adweek calls Omar Johnson a “Brand Genius,” and Business Insider named him one of 2016’s “Most Innovative CMOs.” He’s the former CMO of Beats by Dre – where his guidance grew the company from $20 million to $2 billion – and the former VIP of Marketing at Apple. He’s helped major brands like Coca-Cola, Kraft Foods, and Nike establish successful marketing campaigns through the years and continues to do so through his company 0PUS United, a brand management company for the modern age.

75. Michael Ehrlich

In the past, Michael Ehrlich was the Vice President of Marketing Communications for Independent Sports & Entertainment and was the Head of PR for Adidas. He’s the co-founder of Brand Food, a marketing firm helping with college sports branding. Michael speaks with ease about building strong marketing campaigns, brand storytelling, and product launches.

76. Precious Williams

She’s known as the #KillerPitchMaster and is happy to share tips on how to deliver a killer pitch to be sure your message contains the “wow factor” that’s needed to capture attention and outshine the competition. Precious Williams has helped many Fortune 500 companies, including Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, and many others, #slayall their competition, motivate their teams, and enjoy a renewed and refreshed mindset.

77. Izabela Lundberg

Izabela is a global business expert with strong leadership skills and SME in refugees and immigrants. She’s had first-hand experience with war, genocide, torture, and loss while fleeing her country and moving to five different ones from her teen years. She’s an engaging keynote speaker who specializes in leadership and reinventing yourself and has spoken virtually in person to audiences around the world.

78. Cameron Dobbs

CNN calls her the “Difference Maker.” Cameron Dobbs is a three-time Player of the Year in volleyball, who was forced to retire from volleyball after multiple concussions. She used that experience to become an advocate for injured athletes and mental health. She’s the founder of UNCUT Miami and host of the popular podcast "PWYFA: Play Where Your Feet Are." She holds a bachelor’s in Communication and a minor in Marketing and Advertising and has a lot of insight to share with audiences about staying motivated, even when facing obstacles.

79. Gina Trimarco

Gina Trimarco’s experience in improv at Second City shines in her IntelligenceTM system that helps strengthen consumer relationships with your brand or organization. She’s a Master Trainer who has more than 25 years of experience in marketing, sales, people management, leadership, and business operations.

80. Bruce Turkel

He’s helped many Fortune 500 companies develop strong branding through his global brand consultancy. Bruce Turkel is a branding expert using leadership and innovative thinking in their brand marketing campaigns. He’s a bestselling author and founder of Turkel Brands, who has helped companies like Bacardi Limited and Discovery Networks build successful brands.

81. Jason Yormark

Socialistics is a popular social media marketing agency that helps businesses get the results they dream of. With more than 20 years in the marketing world, Jason Yormark has helped the Air Force, Habitat for Humanity, Microsoft Advertising, and Office for Mac develop strong social media marketing campaigns. He’s been named one of the nation’s “Top B2B Social Media Influencers” and ranked #30 in Forbes.

82. April Ross

April Ross is an Olympic beach volleyball player. Her knowledge in marketing comes from her role as a professional athlete. She’s been the Gatorade National Player of the Year, Honda Award Winner, and Pac-10 Player of the Year. She’s her own social media marketing expert through her @aprilrossbeach social media presence.

83. Clifford Taylor

He’s “The Social Media Guy.” While in college to get a graphic design degree, Clifford Taylor landed a walk-on position with the University of Florida’s football team to his popularity on social media. He never saw any play time while on the Gators, but he used Instagram and TikTok to share his experiences as a walk-on player. His personality drew a large audience and he applied for a job with the L.A. Rams. He didn’t get the job, but the company was impressed and offered him a new role in social media and design where he promised to get the team’s TikTok following to 1 million, which he did on Super Bowl Sunday. His social media marketing expertise continues to deliver results in professional sports.

84. Lesley Murphy

Lesley Murphy graduated from UGA with a double major in Broadcast News and Psychology. Despite her degree, she couldn’t find a job in any big city. She shifted focus to politics and was slated to help run a national campaign when she was offered a spot on ABC’s The Bachelor. Lesley transitioned from the show to a role as a marketing manager in Argentina. She already had a passion for travel, so this seemed like a great step.

All was fine until she was diagnosed with a gene mutation that’s linked to breast cancer. She underwent a double mastectomy and became a travel blogger with her company LimitLes trips, where travel and charitable causes combine, and she regularly puts her skills with social media marketing and content creation to work.

85. Ngozi Musa

Ngozi Musa was an outstanding college athlete in track and field while at Harvard. After graduating with a degree in sociology, she took a job as a brand marketing association for Outdoor Voices. That position was her launch pad for a personal mission to “Move, Inspire, and Impact.” She created and hosts the "Aesthetics & Athletics" podcast that showcases the highs and lows female athletes experience and seeks to offer the support they need to “feel good and perform well.”

86. Taryn Bushrod

Taryn Bushrod is a 2018 Forbes Fellow and holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Morgan State University. She’s known as a “Money Mindset Coach,” who started at a young age helping her family manage their savings. She now helps professional athletes build a strong relationship with money while they build their personal brand.

87. Katherine Maclane

If you need a keynote marketing speaker who specializes in both live and virtual marketing solutions and experiences, Katherine MacLane is a perfect choice. She empowers her audience to change their mindset, shape their behavior, and develop the tools needed to help their brand change and grow. In her years as a marketing expert, she helped the hotel from Pretty Woman transition into a Four Seasons and develop a digital marketing campaign that caught the world’s attention.

88. Belen Mozo

Building a strong brand is just as important for an individual as it is for a company. Belen Mozo is a social media marketing expert who is a blogger, influencer, and professional golfer. She uses her golfing and influencer status to spread her message on fashion, health and wellness, travel, and golf.

89. Russ Yeager

Russ Yeager’s first career was in accounting, but he shifted his goals to helping others look and feel their best. He inspires others to build their brand by looking better than they ever felt possible. He’s one of the world’s top fitness coaches and is the author of Live Longer, Feel Better, and Look Great Naked and can inspire marketing teams to transform themselves to achieve their personal and business-related goals.

90. Ethan Pierse

Ethan Pierse is one of our most popular marketing speakers. He’s an expert in Tokenized Securities, the Web3 Economy, and the Blockchain Economy. One of Ethan’s specialties is helping cross-border startups develop and market their businesses. If you happen to need a marketing speaker who is fluent in French, Ethan is!

91. Amy Wenslow

She trained as a goldsmith and jewelry designer, and that led to Amy Wenslow shifting into marketing, operations, and sales. With decades to hone her skills, she blends her business knowledge and creativity to help companies market their brands and products in ways that truly stand out.

92. Shane Snow

He’s an award-winning journalist who’s exposed gender discrimination and gun trafficking rings. He’s eaten nothing but ice cream, all in the name of work-related research. Shane Snow is also the author of books like The Storytelling Edge, and he's a Fellow of The Royal Society of the Arts. Audiences love his keynote marketing speeches due to his knack for brand storytelling, innovation, and understanding of human behavior.

93. Logan Sneed

Glioblastoma is fast-growing, often-terminal brain cancer, and Logan Sneed was diagnosed with it during college. He was told he wouldn’t have the quality of life he wanted if he survived cancer, but he vowed to prove his medical team wrong. He’s now an online health and nutrition coach through a business he built while undergoing chemo and radiation. His marketing message is clear: Businesses and individuals need to thank their obstacles for helping them build stronger selves or brands.

94. Simone Knight

Simone Knight’s personal brand is one many people can relate to as it’s all about getting “S$%t Done!” She has more than 20 years of experience as a marketing and operations consultant. It’s her goal to help your team become invigorated and create change.

95. Colt Briner

Colt Briner is a marketing consultant for his company Scrappy AF Solutions. He specializes in B2B marketing. Before that, he was the CCO for Ensemble Health Partners and VP of product marketing for VisiQuate. He can help your team or company increase the impact of your marketing, become innovative thinkers, build customer loyalty, and increase shareholder value and sales.

96. Gina Rodriguez

Gina Rodriguez’s skill comes in crisis management for celebrities. She excels at taking little-known celebrities or those dealing with negative press and turning them into notable names. She’s a former actress (Baywatch) and helps brands with responsive media campaigns. She’s worked with Cheech & Chong, Netflix, and Universal, among many others.

97. Brendan Jordan

If you want a marketing expert with skills in both social media marketing and mental health advocacy and diversity, Brenda Jordan is an excellent choice. After dancing to Lady Gaga’s “Applause” during a live news broadcast, Brendan’s gone viral and has used his popularity to champion causes that are important to him.

98. Rachel Pederson

She’s known as the “Queen of Social Media” with well over 1.3 million followers. In just four years, Rachel Pederson built two multi-million companies and now shares her expertise in social media marketing with her audience.

99. Spencer Williams

He’s always believed that family and friends have to come first, but Spencer Williams also strives to help charitable causes through strong marketing and organizational skills as Northridge Little League’s Challenger Baseball Volunteer Coordinator.

100. Keith Lubner

Keith is recognized as a sales and marketing expert around the world. He’s the 2016 ChannelPro Visionary, an award given to leaders in small and medium business marketing. He shares more than 30 years of marketing expertise and has written hundreds of articles on transforming your sales and business. With three businesses and the role of Executive Vice President at Sales Gravy, he’s the best choice for marketing talks about Cloud and Saas, channel sales, complex sales, and sales and marketing excellence.

Stop and think about your brand’s overall goals. What would motivate your team? Where are their weaknesses and strengths? What would motivate your team? Pick one of our top 100 marketing speakers to fill those gaps. The best marketing speaker will excite, invigorate, and get your team on the path to success. Book a marketing speaker today.