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Celebrate Women’s Equality Day with these Speakers!

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August 26 is Women’s Equality Day, a day when we commemorate the adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment. We are thrilled to represent these incredible women who transcend boundaries, challenge the status quo, and move us toward a more equal and equitable world. Celebrate Women’s Equality Day all year-round with these amazing speakers!


Evette Dionne

Author of the National Book Award longlisted title: Lifting as We Climb

Evette Dionne Speaker

  • Explores how Black women have persevered to become a cornerstone of the Democratic Party
  • Discusses how companies can adapt feminist policies

Eve Rodsky

New York Times-bestselling author and creative leadership expert

Eve Rodsky Top Speaker 3

  • Creates a system that empowers both partners and supports sustainable relationships that thrive
  • Helps others with prioritizing time for activities that not only fill their calendars but also unleash their creativity

Lauren Smith Brody

Author of The Fifth Trimester

Lauren Brody Smith Speaker

  • Outlines how to create a corporate culture that prevents discrimination and keeps women in the pipeline to leadership
  • Helps caregivers preserve their mental health, adapt to their evolving workplaces, and build mutual employee/employer support

Leila Mottley

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

Leila Mottley Speaker

  • Advocates for the end of police violence against Black women, girls, trans women, and gender-nonconforming people
  • Discusses the importance of representation of young women and girls with nuance, complexity, and joy

Rachel Ignotofsky

New York Times-bestselling author and illustrator of Women in Science

Rachel Ignotofsky Speaker 2

  • Celebrates women’s accomplishments in science inspiring girls to embrace STEM
  • Provides narratives to empower young women to follow their passions

June Eric-Udorie

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

June Eric Speaker

  • Teaches companies how to build a workplace that is accommodating for multiply marginalized people
  • Speaks from personal experience on how to use intersectionality as a tool in the fight for justice