Business 101 on the Radio

Looking forward to joining Scott Gingold Saturday, April 26, 2014, at 11 am (ET) on his popular radio show “Business 101” Join us live or listen later to the podcast: and

Scott is one of the fine experienced featured speakers we are pleased to book for your programs, and in this radio conversation we’ll be discussing his and other speakers’ professional careers and the services that our company Speakers International provides.

Click here to meet Scott in this blog post. Click on any of the links here for more about us and please introduce yourself via our social media.

Broadcasting via WGPA from the Lehigh Valley of eastern PA, the show is heard globally every Saturday morning.

Cooking Gullah with Veronica Gerald

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Veronica Gerald will be part of the 10-year anniversary celebration at Socastee Library in the Myrtle Beach, SC area July 24. She speaks internationally on the Gullah heritage, tells stories and presents original one-woman dramatic performances.

Contact us to host her programs at your location.

Check out the full schedule of library programs too.


Socastee Library celebrates its 10th year in the present location with fun, food, and special events July 23,, 24, and 25.

Mystery Board Games                    Tuesday, July 23               9:00 – 1:00

Put your sleuthing skills to the test.

The “Real” CSI                            Tuesday, July 23     1:30 – 3:00

 Horry County Crime Scene Investigator Peter Cestare will share what really happens when investigating a  crime scene.

Murder Mystery Game         Tuesday, July 23         3:30 – 6:00

Pre-registration is required.

Reception                                      Wednesday, July 24 11:00

The library director and members of the community will speak about the role Socastee Library plays in the lives of the citizens.

Gullah Storyteller                    Wednesday, July 24 1:00

Veronica Gerald will present “Cooking with Gullah” in the library’s meeting room.

Mountain Music & Dance     Wednesday, July 24 3:00

Jeff Robbins is the presenter for this interactive program that promises to be fun for the entire family.

Second Stage Repertory Theater     Wednesday, July 24             5:00

Skits of all kinds will entertain.

Information Stations           Wednesday, July 24 1:00 – 6:00

Roam around the library to learn about origami, Brookgreen Gardens, our county museum, crafts, knitting, therapy dogs; participate in coloring, writing to our troops; and enjoy stories.

Word Games                                 Thursday, July 25              9:00 -1:00

Fill your morning with gaming fun from Scrabble to Boggle.

Poetry Café                                 Thursday, July 25              3:00 – 6:00

What would you do with an open forum to share your original work or that of your favorite author?    For this program, YOU are the presenter.  Poems, short stories, or songs may be shared.  There will be refreshments to wet your whistle and keep up your energy level.  You provide the creativity.

For more information, call 215-4700, email, or stop by Socastee Library to speak to the youth services staff.

Natalie Daise “Becoming Harriet Tubman”

Harriet TubmanNatalie Daise returns to Piccolo Spoleto in historic downtown Charleston, SC with her original one-woman dramatic performance “Becoming Harriet Tubman.”

The 60-minute show explores the life of Tubman as she transformed from a seemingly insignificant little girl, former slave-turned abolitionist, Union spy and conductor of the Underground Railroad.

The program in the  LANCE HALL, 150 MEETING ST., THE CIRCULAR CHURCH is scheduled for May 24 and June 7 at 8 pm and May 31 at 6 pm.

Tickets are online. $18 adult/$16 student or senior.

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Contact us to schedule Natalie’s programs at your location. Contact us by clicking the link to email or complete our confidential contact form to request information about any of our speakers, entertainers or events. We are happy to recommend additional professionals or to assist with your event planning.

Natalie Daise Tells Stories

Natalie Daise will be featured at the BIG Storytelling Festival in Beaufort, SC April 11-14. She is available for professional storytelling for events anywhere in the world as well as for workshops and programs especially for educators on creativity and the art of storytelling.
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Scan for Natalie’s web page to learn more about her topics.

The Liars Competition @ the BIG Story Fest is an esteemed gathering of those who shoot the breeze with the greatest of ease.Lies are good natured tall tales (either fictional or embellished truth). Some examples include “golf lies,” “used car lies,” “political lies,” “fishing lies” and many more. Lies must be a minimum of 3 minutes and maximum of 5 minutes.

The competition is now closed to registration. See following details for scheduled presentations open to the public.

Complete Rules & Registration Form

My Hair’s Gone Bad …and More

my hair's gone bad“My Hair’s Gone Bad” by Natalie Daise

Natalie Daise exhibits her creativity through storytelling, writing, speaking and through mixed media. Her visual art might be seen on a wood panel, on a wall cabinet, a piece of furniture or almost anything imaginable. She is featured in an exhibit at Green Herring Art & Framing in Beaufort, SC March 15 – April 4. Contact Hank Herring for exhibit details: 843.812-6496.

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Her newest paintings include the following series:

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“March on Washington ’63” by Natalie Daise

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“Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Roun” by Natalie Daise

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“Hand Over Hand” by Natalie Daise

Learn more about her dramatic performances, storytelling programs, workshops and speaking. Scan for her complete profile page.

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Green Herring Hosts Art Show

Green Herring Art & Framing at the Green Fish Gallery in Beaufort, SC will host Jan Spencer and Natalie Daise in a special exhibit opening with a reception March 15. The show opening from 6 pm – 9 pm is business casual dress. The public is invited to meet the artists on Saturday March 16  from 2 pm – 7 pm. For details call 843.379.1122.

Among the diverse art, see Jan’s signature piece, beautifully framed at Green Herring, “they joined hands,” and Natalie’s “Nothing is too wonderful” cabinet.




Hank D. Herring, owner of the gallery, and Ida Valentine will have new work on exhibit also. See more about Hank’s work in the recent February issue of Iconic magazine. Ask him about new boxes created from found wood recycled into unique and usable art objects.



painted fabric art by Ida Valentine

All of these talented professionals work in mixed media, and the original collages and found materials are sometimes surprising. The wide variety of styles and expressions also offers a wide price range with something for any taste.

Take a virtual tour of the Green Fish gallery.

Follow our company Facebook page for more views of their art and additional news of upcoming events.

Jan and Natalie both are also speakers and entertainers featured with Speakers International and are available anywhere in the world. Follow our blog for more event news, or contact us to schedule a show or host a program at your location.

We Be Women

Meet a few of our featured artists, authors and speakers at the “We Be Women Artists” March 2013 month-long exhibit during Women’s History Month at Penn Center, Beaufort, SC.

Mothers Little Helper by Marie D Lewis“Mother’s Little Helper” by Marie D. Lewis, artist, speaker, trainer


DSC_0233Patricia Bee, speaker, educator, author of Mama’s Pearls and Try’UmSee’s Wings

Contact us to host these and more talented presenters and artists at your location.

Harriet Tubman Remembered

Meet Natalie Daise in her original one-woman dramatic performance “Becoming Harriet Tubman.” This is especially relevant on this 100th anniversary of Tubman’s death.

Contact Speakers International to Schedule Natalie for your event. She also presents A Tribute to the Civil Rights Movement as well as keynotes and workshops on storytelling, creativity and feeling good.

A Tribute To The Civil Rights Movement

Natalie DaiseA Tribute To The Civil Rights Movement

Feb 28, 2013 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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Penn Center’s Darrah Hall, Beaufort, SC
Natalie Daise will perform a soulful tribute to the Civil Rights Movement. You probably know “Miss Natalie” on Gullah Gullah Island of Nick, Jr. the mother who with a song on her lips and a smile on her face, solves all the problems and loves all the children.
After the performance, attendees can visit the York W. Bailey Museum to view the exhibit: “Civil Rights Through The Lens of Cecil Williams”.
Tickets Purchased At Event: $25.00/Adult & $10.00/Student
Tickets Include Museum Entry & Light Refreshments
Contact Speakers International for Natalie’s programs at your location.