MADE IN AMERICA 2019 SPEAKERS
Stephen Moore is a distinguished visiting fellow in economics at the Heritage Foundation, the largest private research institute in Washington, D.C.
Host of Rose Unplugged. “This is a great opportunity for me – a chance to do a talk show that fully reflects who I am and what I care about.”
Wellborn Cabinet, Inc., was founded in 1961 in Ashland, Alabama by Paul and Doug Wellborn.
Steve Schwandner is the Founder and President of Schwandner Creativity Center, a 29-year-old marketing and product development consulting firm located in Mason, Ohio.
Harry Moser founded the Reshoring Initiative in 2010 to bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S.
For Jeremiah, his call to service led him to the U.S. Army recruiting office in 1996, where he told recruiters he wanted to be airborne infantry.
Alfredo Ortiz has been the President and CEO of Job Creators Network (JCN) since January 2014.
Award-winning author, inspirational speaker, and advisor to organizations that advance the public’s interest in health care.
Michael works closely with US administration officials as well as Democratic and Republican congressional offices.
James A. Stuber has devoted his career to public policy, law and entrepreneurship.
Leigh Valentine Beauty is a successful, established brand offering nationally recognized pharmaceutical and spa grade health and beauty products in the multi-billion dollar Anti-Aging Industry.
A banner-waving baby boomer and the granddaughter of two immigrant entrepreneurs, Dacey is President of Amodex.
After earning his undergraduate degree at West Point, Dean served as an officer, helicopter pilot and US Army Ranger.
For over 20 years, Mr. Johnson has as served as the founder and CEO of the Christopher Entertainment Organization.
Connie Sylvester developed the ARM-LOC after learning of a friend who fell overboard in the Bering Sea.
“I feel that it is important for Gordon Brush to show strong support for this event that will celebrate American manufacturers and American made goods.”
Mark Andol is the owner and founder of both General Welding & Fabricating, Inc. (Established in 1989) and the Made in America Store.
Paul brings a wealth of knowledge to the Taft Law’s Intellectual Property practice group working with large brands in the United States…
Russell solves problems for clients, with an emphasis on complex international matters.
Amy focuses her practice on trademark, copyright and right of publicity law in the context of aggressively pursuing infringing entities on behalf of her clients, as well as managing global IP portfolios.
Hernán Luis y Prado
Hernán Luis y Prado is founder and president of Workshops for Warriors, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit school founded in 2008.
Inventor of MyPillow in 2004 and grew the company to 1,600 employees by 2018.
Warren is known to many throughout the industry as the long-time President of the United Inventors Association.
At 25 years old, Ben is the youngest nationally syndicated talk show host in the country.
We are Sherrill Manufacturing and our brand is Liberty Tabletop, a family owned and operated business co-owned by Matt Roberts and Greg Owens.
In the early 90s, Barbara Creighton began to search the marketplace for safe products with as many natural ingredients as possible.
Congressman Daniel Webster currently serves Florida District 11 in the U.S. House of Representatives.
After a 29-year racing career, Darrell Waltrip’s NASCAR journey continued in 2001 when he became a full-time NASCAR on FOX television commentator, doing what some say he does best: talk.
Rafael Cruz is a powerful example of the American Dream. Born in Cuba, Rafael lived and
suffered under an oppressive dictator.
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