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MacRae Speakers & Entertainment is a full-service public speaking agency that represents some of the leading public voices from the worlds of Academia, Entertainment, Politics and Business. We are able to offer over 25 years of experience in booking, coordinating and promoting any event for our Academic, Philanthropic or Corporate clients.
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  • Over 25+ years of experience booking college and professional programs
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Meet Our Newest Speakers

Matt McGorry
Matt McGorryActor
Matt McGorry stars as Asher Millstone in ABC’s hit series How to Get Away with Murder produced by Shonda Rhimes and created by Peter Nowalk. He can also be seen in his SAG Award-Winning role as post-military newbie corrections officer John Bennett in the Emmy-Nominated Netflix original series Orange is the New Black.

McGorry is now speaking about Gender Equality. In the Spring, McGorry shared an important message with his Facebook fans, “I believe in gender equality. Being a feminist is for both women AND men. I am a feminist.”

Jussie Smollet
Jussie SmolletActor
Jussie Smollett stars as the talented son Jamal Lyon in FOX’s music industry award-winning show EMPIRE, from producer / director Lee Daniels. His role allows him to blend both his acting and musical skills in the high-octane fueled drama.

Smollett recently confirmed in a backstage interview with Ellen DeGeneres that he was gay, “There’s never been a closet that I’ve been in.”

He has been an activist since the age of six when his mother brought him to a protest march over the shooting of Yusef Hawkins in 1989.

Smollett has become a member of JUSTICE LEAGUE NYC / MARCH2JUSTICE, for Black men and women including transgender and non conforming individuals, the incarcerated, undocumented people, our heroes in Selma who risked everything, and all others in the margins and intersections who are all disproportionately impacted by police violence and systemic racism.

Cynthia Bond
Cynthia BondWriter/Screenwriter
Cynthia Bond is a New York Times Best-Selling Author. Her novel RUBY was chosen to be an Oprah Book Club 2.0 selection. RUBY was also a Barnes & Noble Discover Great Writers selection, and an Indie Next Pick.

RUBY’S experiences of abuse, violence and prostitution are inspired by Bond’s East Texas childhood and her family’s stories, including those of an aunt murdered by the Ku Klux Klan.

Bond ran an arts program at the Los Angeles LGBT Center for more than seven years, where she worked with young victims of human trafficking who were sleeping on the streets and getting paid for sex. Many of them were running away from abuse and homophobia, but they didn’t know that they were running into the arms of monsters. Their stories really touched her heart.

She is currently completing the second book in the RUBY trilogy and is writing the screenplay of RUBY for Harpo Films.

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