Our diversity and inclusion speakers range from LGBTQ+ speakers, speakers of color, and differently abled speakers. They teach audiences how we can embrace our differences and disparate identities to fight against prejudice.
Comedian, Author, YouTube Star
"National Best-Selling Author and Social Justice Advocate"
Co-Author of How to College: What to Know Before You Go (And When You're There)
Poet, Author, Activist
#1 New York Times Bestselling Novelist, Memoirist
Public Relations Specialist, Contributor to the Democratic National Committee, Founder of The Caraway Group
Journalist, Author, Immigration Expert
Author, Black Feminist Thought Leader
Strategic and Event Planning Expert, Problem-Solving Specialist, CEO of On These Things, LLC
Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University, Author, & Political Analyst
Author, Professor, & New York Times Columnist
Pulitzer Prize-winning Author, Former Public Defender, & Criminal Justice Reformer
Grammy nominated Singer, Songwriter, Author, Speaker, and Activist
Award-Winning Author, Scholar, and Musician
Journalist, Author of "The Birth of Korean Cool"
Activist, Best-Selling Author
Artist, Designer, Author, Entrepreneur, Documentarian
CEO of The King Center; Civil Rights Leader
Co-Authors of How to College: What to Know Before You Go (and When You're There)
Author, Explorer, Scientist, Arbornaut
NYT Bestselling Author of Your Turn, How to Raise an Adult and Real American
Founder of Moral Courage College and winner of Oprah's Chutzpah Award for "audacity, nerve, boldness, and conviction"
Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, U.S. Marine
Peace & Human Kinship Activist, Serve 2 Unite Educator
Performer, Writer, Designer, Producer, Project Runway: All-Stars Judge