WWSG exclusively represents an array of accomplished administration officials, all with their own unique blends of experiences that led them to the White House. These outstanding speakers lend insight to audiences in the forms of leadership coaching, management techniques, and of course, and insider's perspective about what it's like to participate at the highest levels of United States governance.
Marc Short served as Chief of Staff to Vice President Mike Pence from 2019-2020 and as Director of Legislative Affairs to the President from 2017-2018. Today, Short remains in close contact with the former Vice President as they work to preserve conservative values with Heritage Foundation, a think tank in the D.C. area. Short regularly appears on FOX News to discuss current tax-related issues and has taken a leadership role with the Coalition to Protect American Workers.
Mark Esper served as Secretary of Defense from 2019-2020 and Secretary of the Army from 2017-2019. Esper is known for establishing the Department of Defense Board on Diversity and Inclusion, which was tasked with providing recommendations “to improve racial and ethnic diversity and inclusion in the U.S. military.” Esper's keynotes draw from his corporate, military, and government experiences to inspire top-level leadership in all fields.
Seema Verma served as Administrator of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services from 2017-2021. She is highly regarded for implementing new procedures within the organization that champion innovative medical technology and for advocating for a national centralized patient database. Today, Verma is on the board of directors for both Lumeris and Monogram Health and continues to advise on healthcare-related issues.
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May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, so it's only fitting to highlight the voices of some of the AAPI thought leaders WWSG represents. We are proud to give visibility to the valuable insights these accomplished leaders can offer global audiences!
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To honor Memorial Day and Veterans Day this year, let's listen closely to veterans whose service has led them to develop powerful messages that illuminate the American experience. These renowned speakers share powerful lessons that speak to a wide range of topics rooted in American culture, from corporate leadership and diversity & inclusion to healthcare and societal conflict.
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WWSG represents a brilliant array of speakers all over the world who are thought leaders in their respective industries. The experts below in finance & economy, healthcare, government policy, and arts & sciences are highly requested for their unique perspectives and expertise.
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As a doctor who works at an international news network, I often see the worst stories of all. In Iraq and Afghanistan, the horrific realities of the battlefield are funneled and concentrated in the medical tents where I have reported for more than a decade. I have seen patients infected with Ebola in West Africa who dehydrate to death, with no treatment in sight. There are other stories I still can't talk about.
Any doctor, any person really, will tell you it is the preventable deaths that haunt you the most; lives lost needlessly, when they could've been saved. If we can't get this part right, all of our other efforts toward treating the sickest patients lose meaning.
Depending on your perspective, homicides with a gun, which we witness far too often in this country, may not be the thing you consider when thinking of preventable deaths. If, however, you think of violence as an infectious disease, your perspective may change.