Cameron Hughes – The King of Cheer

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Cameron Hughes, King of Cheer, Virtual Speaker, Virtual Emcee, Virtual Motivator

Congratulations to our favorite Virtual Speaker Cameron Hughes on the release of his new book The King of Cheer. We all love an over-the-top fan at a sports game, but imagine being a fan full-time. Canada’s very own Cameron Hughes is a professional “crowd ignitor” and over the last almost 30 years has spent time cheering at every kind of … Read More

Michael Ungar

Michael Ungar, Professional Resiliency Speaker, Virtual Resiliency Speaker

Michael Ungar, Ph.D., is a Family Therapist and Professor of Social Work at Dalhousie University where he holds the Canada Research Chair in Child, Family and Community Resilience.

Masai Ujiri

Masai Ujiri, Professional Sports Speaker, Virtual Motivational Speaker, Toronto Raptors President

Masai Ujiri is in his seventh season as President of the Toronto Raptors, leading the team to the most successful period in franchise history, including a NBA Championship.

Dr. Gillian Mandich

Virtual Keynote Speaker: Dr. Gillian Mandich has a PhD from Western University in Health Science, specializing in Health Promotion. Her primary areas of research are happiness and health, and her work combines the latest research, practical wisdom, and an engaging style to help people live happier, healthier lives.

The Raptors Broadcast Team and Prospeakers.com

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Toronto Raptors and ProSpeakers

ProSpeakers is thrilled to represent the talented broadcast team for the Toronto Raptors thrilling playoff final. Play-by-play commentator Matt Devlin and game analyst and Canadian Screen Award-winner Jack “The Coach” Armstrong will once again bring you the call. Rod Black hosts pre-game, halftime, and post-game coverage. The Raptors coverage also features SportsCentre anchor Kate Beirness and Cabbie Richards. Bring the excitement of the Raptor Fever to your … Read More

NHL Coaches – Jack Adams Award – Jon Cooper, Barry Trotz & Craig Berube

ProSpeakers StaffAdventure and Sports, Celebrity, Entertainment and Comedy, Facilitator/Chairperson/MC, Health, Fitness, Stress, Influencers, Leadership, NHL Coaches, Speaker News, Spokespeople, Virtual

The NHL announced on Friday the three finalists for the 2019 Jack Adams Awards, which is awarded to the head coach who has “contributed the most to his team’s success.” Craig Berube of the St. Louis Blues, Jon Cooper of the Tampa Bay Lightning, and Barry Trotz of the New York Islanders are the finalists after members of the NHL Broadcasters’ … Read More

The voice of the Toronto Raptors, Jack Armstrong

ProSpeakers StaffAdventure and Sports, Entertainment and Comedy, Entrepreneurship, Facilitator/Chairperson/MC, Influencers, Innovation and Creativity, Leadership, Speaker News, Spokespeople, Teamwork, Virtual

Toronto Raptors analyst and winner of the best Canadian Sports Analyst (3 years running) Jack Armstrong  spoke to the packed crowd at the Royal York Hotel this week, drawing a huge ovation from an enthusiastic crowd. Hailed as one of the top motivators on the speaking circuit Jack shared simple, yet profound life lessons from his career. The client loved … Read More

Ben Mulroney

Ben has been working in television and radio for over 18 years: from the chatroom, to Canadian Idol and etalk, he has become a familiar face across the country. Over the years, Ben has interviewed the biggest and brightest stars of film, fashion music, and television from around the world.

Colby Armstrong

After a 12 year NHL career playing for the Thrashers, Penguins, Maple Leafs and Canadiens, Colby turned his on-ice success into a career in broadcasting. Colby’s lends his vast knowledge of the game and infectious personality as an analyst in Canada for Sportsnet’s NHL coverage and in Pittsburgh for AT&T Sportsnet

Hazel Mae

A veteran of the Canadian broadcast industry, Hazel started out at Rogers Sportsnet before moving on to stints in the U.S. at NESN and MLB Network. In 2011, it was announced she would return to Sportsnet.