Hope Brookins is a go-to personal branding and publicity strategist who helps high-achieving and highly-talented ambitious entrepreneurs finally get the attention, accolades, and adoration they deserve from the right people, prospects, and press.
By the time she was 19, Hope had worked for Bill Clinton, 14 U.S. Congressmen and politicians at every level of state politics. Leveraging her experience in politics, Hope strategically turned to positioning entrepreneurs through branding before taking on the ultimate experience of positioning her own family (we will get into that story later).
Hope's purpose through her business is to help people turn themselves and their ideas into polished and positioned brands so that the perception others have about them actually matches the value they offer the world.
Alex is a 23-year-old TEDx speaker, influencer, and CEO from south Florida called by a deeper purpose to help shift minds of millennials and young entrepreneurs to embrace their deeper calling in life. Alex dropped out of college when he was twenty to pursue a career in speaking and build his own company at twenty-two based around social media. Since the start of his speaking career, he has now reached over 100M viewers with his brand (@alexthespeaker). He continues to grow and find inspiration from his mentors such as Sean Stephenson, Barbara Glanz, and Tony Robbins.
At 19-years-old, Marc Guberti is an 18-time author that has interviewed hundreds of influencers through his Breakthrough Success Podcast and Content Marketing Success Summit. Marc has educated hundreds of thousands of business owners on how they can dominate the digital world. As a result of his success at such a young age, Marc has been featured in many publications among which include The Huffington Post and SUCCESS Magazine.
Featured in Forbes, Inc, Entrepreneur, TEDx, Westchester Magazine, FOX, and more, Dylan Gambardella is a 21-year-old Duke University undergrad student, speaker, and entrepreneur. Named a Wunderkind and Melissa & Doug Scholar, Dylan aims to support innovation by providing the resources young entrepreneurs need to change the world.
Before graduating as a valedictorian from high school, Dylan co-founded Students4Students, a college advisory firm that has helped over 70 students across three continents gain admission to their dream schools.
His current project, Next Gen, is the premier community and conference for young entrepreneurs. Next Gen's mission is to instill in young people the belief that they control their futures and that they can direct their careers and lives in ways that are most meaningful to them.