Examples of keynote speaker in a Sentence
Senator Williams was the keynote speaker at the convention.
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Wayne will be keynote speaker for the event celebrating the state’s most accomplished high school athletes of the 2017-2018 school year.
Darren Aronofsky is joining the lineup of keynote speakers who will take the stage at the annual South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas, next March.
Former Los Angeles Times reporter Hector Tobar, an associate professor in Chicano/Latino studies and English literary journalism, was a keynote speaker at the event.
Nadella headlines a list of keynote speakers that also includes the company’s chief technology officer for Microsoft Azure Mark Russinovich, corporate Vice President of its Data Group Joseph Sirosh and Principal Program Manager Dona Sarkar.
But the warm moments were punctuated this year by keynote speaker Rabbi A. James Rudin, who delivered a sobering message about the ability of new generations of Catholics and Jews to sustain those bridges.
Joining the society members in the presentation will be Ron Christopher and Gene Nichols, two hometown residents as keynote speakers.
Kim Kardashian West will be taking the stage to share business and career advice as the keynote speaker for the next Create & Cultivate conference in Los Angeles on Feb. 24, 2018.
Then-Secretary of State John Kerry was the keynote speaker at last year's Kuwait-America Foundation gala dinner, also benefitting UNHCR.
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: a person who gives a keynote address
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