Susan Bennett may not have a name that is familiar to you, but her voice will be very familiar. Susan is the original voice of Siri, Delta Airlines gates, and hundreds of banking systems and GPS systems throughout the world, and you engage with her daily.
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About Keynote Speaker
Susan Bennet has an interesting narrative to share about Siri's origins, the voiceover industry, and the impact of the internet and technology on our personal and professional life. She also shares anecdotes about Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and other icons who have influenced our lives.
She has seen both sides of the business. She began her career as a singer, recording hundreds of radio and television advertisements, including her first as a machine, Tillie the All-Time Teller for First National Bank, and performed live alongside artists such as Burt Bacharach and Roy Orbison, as well as her own band, "Interactive!" She has been doing voiceovers for decades and has done everything from commercials and narrations to characters and digital assistants.
Keynote Speaker Topics
– Becoming Siri
– Voice over Artist
– Radio and Commercial Artist
– Anecdotes about Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and other icons who have changed all of our lives.
"People LOVED your talk. You were the highlight of the day. You’re probably the most relevant voice artist ever in the world, and to give people the chance to hear it live and hear your story is an incredible gift. I literally had people screaming in the audience!"