Women's Rights and Advocacy

From reproductive rights to the #MeToo movement to gender equity, these female speakers are fierce advocates for women and girls. Learn more about booking your next speaker for Women's History Month, International Women's Day, and beyond.

Jane Fonda

Award-winning actress, bestselling author of My Life So Far, and fitness expert

Chanel Miller

Artist, activist, and author of the New York Times bestseller Know My Name

Eve Rodsky

New York Times-bestselling author and creative leadership expert

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Alisyn Camerota

Author, journalist, and anchor of the CNN morning news program New Day.

June Eric-Udorie

Feminist activist, Editor of Can We All Be Feminists? and DEI Programme Manager for Flexa

Ariel Levy

Author of the New York Times-bestselling memoir The Rules Do Not Apply

Amanda Lucidon

Obama White House photographer, award-winning filmmaker, and New York Times-bestselling author

Amy McGrath

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

Leila Mottley

Author of Oprah’s Book Club selection Nightcrawling and former Youth Poet Laureate of Oakland

Emi Nietfeld

Software engineer, writer, and author of Acceptance

Jenny Nordberg

Award-winning investigative reporter, foreign correspondent, and author of The Underground Girls of Kabul

Hanna Rosin

Journalist and author of The End of Men: And the Rise of Women

Ruth J. Simmons

Former president of Smith College, Brown University, and Prairie View A&M University, Texas’s oldest HBCU

Cheryl Strayed

Author of the #1 New York Times-bestselling memoir Wild and "Dear Sugar" columnist

Liz Tran

Executive Coach and Founder of Reset

Alora Young

Spoken word poet and author of Walking Gentry Home