Perry Noble 

Perry is a gifted communicator and teacher, convicted about speaking the truth as plainly as possible. God has given him a vision and a passion to reach people far from God and teach them how to follow Jesus step by step. Perry’s heart for the big C Church drives him to serve pastors and church leaders around the globe. His enthusiasm for learning and leadership led him to become the recipient of the 2015 John C. Maxwell Leadership Award. He is the author of several books including Unleash!Overwhelmed and The Most Excellent Way To Lead. Perry, his wife Lucretia and their daughter, Charisse, live in Anderson, South Carolina. You can find Perry online at perrynoble.com or on twitter @perrynoble.


Jackie Freiberg

For over 27 years, Jackie has been on a mission to expose the unconventional, business-best practices of globally admired leaders.

Jackie is recognized as one of the Top 30 Minds on Leadership and is one of the most sought after female business speakers in the nation. She is both business minded and inspiring.

Jackie does her homework to customize content for each event. She gets to know the issues that are most helpful and relevant to each audience/industry and designs each speech with that in mind. 


Jay Strack

Leadership in government, business, and educational entities proclaim Dr. Jay Strack to be a dynamic communicator and author. Jay is the author of several highly acclaimed books, including: The Three Success Secrets of Shamgar. As President and Founder of Student Leadership University, the premiere global leadership training for students, he has successfully merged the classroom with behind the scenes “edu-tainment” experiences in Orlando, San Diego, San Antonio, Washington D.C., England, Israel, Jordan, Palestine, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Spain, China and Africa, thus providing a customized environment for learning. More than 30 years of volunteerism as a speaker in high schools and universities has given him a unique understanding and perspective to inspire students. Strack speaks to students in the same way he presents to major corporations and professional sports team, believing if we give them the right tools, students can soar into future-tense thinking and influence as leaders. Having prevailed over drug addiction and an abusive childhood, Jay believes, “If I can overcome the past and believe in the future, anyone can. Your dreams determine your destiny.”