Celebrating Women’s History Month


We hope you’ll join us in celebrating these inspiring and history-making speakers! Their perseverance, activism, and desire to make lasting change will undoubtedly uplift audiences of all kinds at your next event.

Carlotta Walls LaNier

Youngest of the Little Rock Nine, civil rights advocate, National Women’s Hall of Fame inductee

Carlotta Walls Lanier

A key protagonist in one of the most gripping watershed moments of the Civil Rights Movement, Carlotta Walls LaNier delivers powerful keynotes that reflect on history while inspiring hope for the future. As a civil rights icon and National Women’s Hall of Fame inductee, she revisits the journey of the “Little Rock Nine” and motivates audiences with her personal story of perseverance and strength.


Amy McGrath

U.S. Marine Corps veteran and founder of Honor Bound, Inc.

Amy McGrath Pitch

Amy McGrath is a women who refuses to be thwarted in the face of adversity. She was the first female Marine to fly a combat mission in an F/A-18 and in 2020 she took on the most powerful man in the U.S. Senate. A decorated U.S. Marine Corps veteran, McGrath now runs Honor Bound, Inc., a nonprofit organization that empowers women with service backgrounds. Her stirring lectures are filled with first-hand leadership lessons and empower audiences to embrace accountable leadership—in the corporate world and beyond.

Sarah McBride

Delaware State Senator-elect, LGBTQ activist, and National Press Secretary for the Human Rights Campaign

Sarah McBride Pitch

Sarah McBride is a member of the Delaware State Senate, representing District 1 and one of America’s leading public voices in the fight for LGBTQ equality. McBride made history as the first openly trans woman to intern in the Obama White House, and again in 2020, becoming the first transgender state senator. As one of the most prominent advocacy voices fighting for LGBTQ equality, McBride is able to movingly and fluently discuss current events and the path forward.

Lauren Smith Brody

Author of The Fifth Trimester

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Lauren Smith Brody is the author of The Fifth Trimester, which guides new moms and parents through their return to work. Sharing the strategies she’s developed for her consulting clients in tech, big law, finance, and the service industry, she defines the benefits, opportunities, and culture that prevent discrimination and keep women and parents in the pipeline to leadership—all endorsed by evidence-backed research on the return on investment for caregiver support.

Casey Cep

Author of Furious Hours and New Yorker staff writer

Casey Cep Pitch

Casey Cep‘s national bestseller, Furious Hours, traces the story of one of America’s greatest novelists Harper Lee’s last, never-completed book. Met with glowing reviews, she unpacks the previously untold history of Lee’s life after To Kill a Mockingbird, as well as the ethical issues that animate her own reporting on this history, from insurance fraud and the complexities of small-town life to the fraught racial politics of the era. In her New Yorker article, Cep writes about the history of women’s suffrage and the future of voting rights.

Eve Rodsky

New York Times-bestselling author of Fair Play and Find Your Unicorn Space

Eve Rodsky Pitch

Eve Rodsky is an expert facilitator and the author of Fair Play and Find Your Unicorn Space. In her fun and engaging talks, Rodsky has created a life-management system to rebalance the unequal emotional labor and “invisible work” for women. Through stories and statistics, she takes us on a journey of what it means for women to fully step into their power in the world and in the workplace by allowing men to fully step into the home.

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