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Behind every great National Geographic story there is a great storyteller: the writers, photographers, filmmakers, scientists, explorers and adventurers who bring the world home. We proudly present the inaugural season of this exciting new speaker series. CLICK HERE TO ORDER Annie Griffiths: A Camera, Two Kids & a Camel Experience the life of one of the first female photographers on assignment for National Geographic, and meet a true pioneer who figured out her own way to balance work and family. Annie Griffiths found a way to stay close to her kids without putting the brakes on her career. With warmth and humor, she will share the realities of juggling family and career as she travels the world. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 8PM Tim Samaras: Chasing Tornadoes MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 8PM Samaras shares dramatic footage from his adventures and bits of scientific insight gained along the way. For more than 20 years, Samaras has been following his passion of chasing storms to better understand and predict their path. In this riveting presentation, Joel Sartore: Grizzlies, Piranhas and Man-Eating Pigs MONDAY, APRIL 22, 8PM save endangered species and their natural habitats. From the steamy Amazon to the high Arctic, Sartore shares an intimate and humorous look at what could be the best—and worst—job in the world. A wildlife photographer with more than 30 stories and many covers for National Geographic, Sartore wields his camera with humor and compassion in the battle to 8

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