About TMG Speakers
TMG Speakers leverages its unique position in the epicenter of sports, entertainment and lifestyle by offering a diverse roster of celebrity talent in sports, news, food and media.
Representing some of the most recognizable names in broadcasting, we specialize in talent that thrives in front of the camera and excels at connecting with remote audiences – making them the ideal fit for virtual events. Virtual capabilities include keynote speeches, emceeing and moderating, Q&A sessions, cooking demos, corporate hospitality events, sports clinics and beyond. Our clients can speak to today’s most relevant themes, including leadership, crisis management, overcoming adversity, adapting to change, managing teams, finding purpose and achieving excellence.
TMG Speakers can assist with speaker selection, content curation, creating unique client experiences, production and navigating technical solutions to create the ideal meeting or event.
Host of “Extinct or Alive”
World’s Leading Rare Species Expert
Mental Strength Expert
International Bestselling Author
ESPN College Basketball Analyst
Former Player & Assistant Coach
New York Times Bestselling Author
Speakers In The News
Kathryn Tappen’s schedule as the USA Network studio host for NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Tokyo Olympics would seem enough to make even a morning person long to sleep in at least once in a while.
The summer is always a busy time for Julie Foudy. The two-time World Cup champion and Olympic gold medalist spends her days calling and analyzing soccer games and also manages to find time to host a podcast and run her annual Sports Leadership Academy.
Former NFL Linebacker and Texas Longhorn Sam Acho Joins ESPN as College Football and NFL Studio Analyst
Former University of Texas and NFL linebacker Sam Acho has signed a multi-year deal to join ESPN’s comprehensive college football coverage, primarily serving as a lead studio voice on college football Saturdays on ESPN2. Acho will also call select college football matchups this fall.
The former baseball commissioner, whose new memoir is “For the Good of the Game,” was a voracious childhood reader, “mostly about sports,” and especially “novels about the Brooklyn Dodgers.”