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Guest, Doug Dutch

Guest Occupation: 
American Football Player

Guest, Zach Banner

Guest Occupation: 
NFL and former USC Academic All American and 2 sport athlete

Guest, Matt Daniels

Guest Occupation: 
Dallas Cowboys Assistant Coach

Guest, Drew Davis

Guest Occupation: 
Retired NFL Director of Player Development UCLA

Guest, Jelani Jenkins

Guest Occupation: 
Collegiate Academic All-American and Retired NFL Player

Guest, Roberta Moise

Guest Occupation: 
Mathematics Teacher

Guest Name, Anthony DeNino

Anthony DeNino
Anthony DeNino
Occupation: 
Keynote/Motivational Speaker, Business Consultant, Workshop Trainer, Published Author
Biography: 

Consultant, TrainerKeynote Motivational Speaker

Known as “The SMART Guy”Success Means Acquiring Right Thoughts – Anthony DeNino is the Founder and President of CORe – Creating Our Reality, Inc.  Working with both For-Profit companies and Non-Profit organizations, his talks and training/workshops are targeted, interactive presentations, that are always customized to fit the specific needs of the client.  Among his areas of expertise include:

* Motivation/Inspiration

* Leadership

* Customer Service

* Workplace Environment 

* Sales

* Effective Communication

Highlights Include

  • Partial Client List -  Taco Bell, NC Department of Public Safety, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, UTC Aerospace, Heartland Payment Systems, National Partnership for Juvenile Services, Emory University, CBS Radio and Speedway Motor Sports;
  • Co-Developer of  “The CORe Project™” - a 7–16-week self-esteem, social-skill building curriculum for teens utilized in Teen Courts, Schools, and Community-Based Programs in North Carolina, Virginia, and California;
  • Published Author - “The Power of Giving and Gratitude!”

Guest Name, Doug Noll

Doug Noll, Lawyer Turned Author and Speaker
Doug Noll
Occupation: 
Mediator, Peacemaker, Facilitator
Biography: 

 Doug Noll, lawye turned peacemaker, author, and speaker, helps people solve difficult problems and teaches people how to do what he does. HIs work includes training murderers serving life sentences to be peacemakers and mediators in maximum secuirty prisons, as well as working on deep and intractable business, community, and internatoinal civil conflicts. He teaches as an adjunct professor at the Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine School of Law, has authored three books with a fourth on the way and numerous articles on the neuroscience of peace and conflictn negotiation, conflict de-escalation, and emotional intelligence.. Doug has been honroed for his unusual and innovative work as a California Lawyer of the Year, a Purpose Prize Fellow, and Best Lawyers in America Lawyer of the Year.

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