I don't know if the Ancestral Health Society members frequent paleohacks, but let's give 'em some nice suggestions.
I ask for some non-typical paleo names, because maybe they can help to open up this more then promising movement. There have been some PH questions about making paleo more mainstream, maybe some can help to achieve this.
(of course we all want Dr. K, Dr. Harris, and Art De Vany in 2012, no?)
My suggestions (in random order):
Robert Sapolsky on stress
Scarlett Johanson on minimalist shoes and barefooting (seen this?)
Randolf Nesse on evolutionary medicine principles (unfortunately George Williams died in 2010, he would have been superb) (see very informative home page)
The great Richard Dawkins, he can talk about whatever he likes, maybe about his upcoming book 'The Magic of Reality. How we know what's really true'.
And prof Dawkins can bring his friends Dan Dennett and Steven Pinker with him.
Talking of great popular science writers, let's not forget Jared Diamond. He can talk about the worst mistake in human history.
Stephan Boyden, who was talking about the impact of civilisation on human biology in 1969 already.
I also wouldn't mind Daniel Quinn, the novel writer famous for the Ishmael stories.
Definitely some anthropologists:
Melvin Konner (from the original paper and book with his late wife Marjorie Shostak and with Boyd Eaton)
Marlowe on the Hadza, the Marshall-Thomas family, ...
Let's see, who could I add?
Ah, Regine Schön, who I don't know except from this very, very good paper on natural parenting
While talking about children and education, let's not forget Peter Gray, who talks a lot about hunter gatherers, play and curiosity as a basis for learning.
Well, I guess I will leave some for you all to add.
Thanks, and maybe Aaron and Brent will be inspired by the list we put together?
 I did not know about this very similar question, some good ones there too.