Jeff Sessions jumps into the international speaking circuit at up to $40k per appearance

Jeff Sessions

Former U.S. Attorney General and Senator Jeff Sessions is hitting the international speaking circuit after signing up with the Worldwide Speakers Group (WWSG), a booking agency that provides high-profile public speakers for “the global lecture industry to corporate, trade, education, and commercial customers worldwide.”

According to his bio on the WWSG site, Sessions bills himself as “an American lawyer and politician” who “served as United States Senator from Alabama from 1997 until 2017. Before becoming the 84th Attorney General of the United States.

According to the WWSG website, Sessions is seeking audiences that want to pay $25,000 to $40,000 to hear him lecture on topics ranging from:

  • Establishing a realistic foreign policy
  • Challenges to the rule of law
  • The real meaning of the “Trump Agenda”
  • Prosperity, trade and the national interest
  • Importance of a lawful system of immigration and how to achieve it

Aside from Sessions, some of the world’s most prominent and engaging keynote speakers are also in WWSG’s speaking circuit, such as Steve Wozniak, Newt Gingrich, Robert B. Zoellick, Carly Fiorina, and Russell Simmons, among others.