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Trending Speakers for Non-Profits

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If your organization is looking to book a speaker for your next internal event, fundraiser, or other function, these motivating and inspiring speakers are leading experts, bestselling authors, and prominent thought leaders. These outstanding speakers provide new perspectives to help your non-profits create meaningful gatherings, promote a more inclusive and diverse work environment, and provide resources for your employees to thrive and succeed.


Priya Parker

Facilitator, strategic advisor, and acclaimed author of The Art of Gathering

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  • Offers a bold and research-driven approach to hybrid gatherings and empowers organizations to seize the opportunity to study, learn, and reinvent
  • Answers important questions on how to rethink and rebuild a post-pandemic approach to gathering

Tiffany Jenkins

Social media star, comedian, and recovering addict

Tiffany Jenkins Speaker

    • Brings awareness to substance abuse disorders and shares her story about depression and anxiety
    • Talks about her journey to recovery, inspiring audiences to overcome adversity

Isabel Wilkerson

Pulitzer Prize winner and author of the critically acclaimed bestsellers The Warmth of Other Suns and Caste

Isabel Wilkerson Speaker

  • Spotlights the insidious undertow of caste and the effects of this hierarchy on our culture and systems
  • Addresses the persistence of injustices as a national challenge and what history can teach us as we work to resolve it

Matt de la Peña

New York Times-bestselling author of books for children and young adults

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  • Offers insight into what it means to have a mixed identity in America
  • Encourages audiences to find beauty in their everyday lives

Dr. Ibram X. Kendi 

National Book Award-winning historian and New York Times-bestselling author of How to Be an Antiracist

Ibram X. Kendi Speaker

  • Maps out actionable steps on how to build an antiracist America
  • Provides the tools to expose racist ideas and reason to hope for the future

Geraldine Brooks

Author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning March and the international bestselling People of the Book

Geraldine Brooks Speaker

  • Provides a meticulously researched account about American horseracing and violence and ruthless exploitation for maximum financial gain and advocates for ethical treatment of animals
  • Speaks about how she delves deeply into history with a journalist’s eye for detail and a master storyteller’s sense of character