June marks a significant celebration worldwide as we honor and recognize Pride Month—a time dedicated to embracing and supporting the LGBTQ+ community. At NOTA Inclusion, we are excited to join in this celebration by highlighting our exceptional lineup of speakers who bring diverse perspectives, powerful stories, and valuable insights to the forefront of LGBTQ+ issues and advocacy.

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Michelle MiJung Kim She/Her
Author, Speaker, Activist, Entrepreneur

Queer Korean American immigrant woman writer, speaker, activist, and entrepreneur. She is the award-winning author of The Wake Up: Closing the Gap Between Good Intentions and Real Change, winner of the 2022 Nautilus Gold Medal and 2021 Porchlight Personal Development & Human Behavior Book of the Year Award.

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Anel Flores They/Them
Queer, Artist, Poet and Coach

Anel I. Flores is a trans-, queer Latina/x writer, artist, activist, entrepreneur, and coach; whose extensive body of work captures the essence of LGBTQIA+ experiences across professional and community spaces. Their areas of expertise encompass various themes such as Latina/x literature, sexuality, gender, race/border/diaspora, spirituality, self discovery, and radical love.

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Ashley T Brundage She/Her
Author, Leadership and Empowerment Expert

Ashley T Brundage is the Founder and President of Empowering Differences. While seeking employment at a major financial institution, she self-identified during the interview process as a male to female transgender woman and subsequently was hired. She was offered a position and started as a part time bank teller and worked in various lines of business before moving to VP, Diversity and Inclusion in less than 5 years.

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Azure Antoinette She/Her
Poet, Serial creative, Brand humanist, Master of Ceremony, Speaker

Azure Antoinette is a commissioned poet, TED Speaker, GRAMMYTM considered recording artist, entrepreneur, and arts education advocate. Forbes named her the “Maya Angelou of the millennial generation” in highly acclaimed Most Powerful Women in the World Issue.


Matt Lindley He/Him
Founder & CEO of Propel Performance, Pilot, TEDx Speaker

Matt Lindley is an airline and ex RAF Royal Squadron Pilot. He shares his story of being one of the first openly gay pilots in the armed forces, a story of self-motivation, determination and drive which led to his dream of joining the RAF fulfilled.

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Max Masure They/Them
Public Speaker, Community-centered Service Designer, DEI Consultant, Leadership coach, Author of “You (Don’t) Suck

They published a non-fiction book in 2022 where they share about their life as a trans person and their process of overcoming imposter syndrome: “You (Don’t) Suck: a workbook to overcome imposter syndrome”

Kimberlee Yolanda Williams She/Her
Award-winning Author

Hailing from the nation’s capital with huge hair, a million watt smile, and contagious laughter, Kimberlee Yolanda Williams has had a heart for the perceived underdog for as long as she can remember.

Roy Gluckman He/Him/His
Professional Speaker, Qualified Attorney, Director

Roy Gluckman has an educational background in law and is a qualified attorney of the High Court of South Africa. Roy is South African and has seen the effects of Apartheid and a truly troubled past.

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Bernadette Smith They/Them
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Speaker, Bestselling Author, Inclusive 360

Bernadette Smith is founder and CEO of Equality Institute and award-winning author of four books, including the bestseller Inclusive 360: Proven Solutions for an Equitable Organization.

Rhodes Perry He/Him
Author, Entrepreneur, DE&I Leader

Rhodes Perry (he/him) is a bestselling author, award-winning entrepreneur, internationally sought-after keynoter, and a workplace culture strategist. He helps business executives and people leaders build belonging at work by establishing psychological safety and trust.

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Andrew Lear He/Him
Creating engaging team building programs for ERG’s, through live and virtual LGBTQ+ history and art tours

Professor Andrew Lear combines a love of travel with a passion for gay history, and he brings both of those attributes to Oscar Wilde Tours.

Looking to book a speaker for PRIDE Month? Contact us at contact@notainclusion.com or here