Thomas Jefferson impersonator, historian, and motivational speaker Steven Edenbo has entertained and inspired audiences of all ages since 1999.
Steve has researched Jefferson as a resident fellow at Monticello's International Center for Jefferson Studies in Charlottesville, Va. His key notes and one-man shows bring Jefferson's leadership and vision to the forefront at corporate symposiums, teachers' seminars, schools, colleges & universities, historical & patriotic organizations, as well as many other groups & events throughout the United States. He appears regularly at such venues as The National Archives in Washington, D.C., and at Independence Hall and the Declaration House (The Jacob Graff House) in Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia. Steve has been featured on the History Channel and has matched wits with Stephen Colbert on Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report". He has shared Jefferson's life and legacy at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C., across America and in England. Satisfied clients include The Smithsonian Institution, the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution, The American Legion, the VFW, the US Mint, The University of Virginia's Darden School of Business & the University of Virginia itself, the National Governors Association, Thomas Jefferson University & Hospital, and many others.
"Independence National Historical Park was very pleased to again host Thomas Jefferson, portrayed brilliantly by Mr. Steven Edenbo. His first person program captivated our visitors, especially families. We look forward to hosting Mr. Edenbo as Thomas Jefferson again; he was a real asset to our interpretive programming in the park." -Mary F. Jenkins, Interpretive Program Specialist: Independence National Historical Park
was everything I had hoped it would be. You were the
perfect finale for our seminar. I look forward
Ronald P. Burd, Executive Vice President of Strategy &
Organizational Development, Thomas Jefferson University
For more information, or to schedule your event, please contact Steven Edenbo at
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