February is already here, As we celebrate Black History Month, know that these conversations and sessions need to happen year long. Here’s a list of speakers that can take your employees to connect with black history deeper.

Celebrating Voices:

Raven Solomon – Speaker, Author, Researcher, Founder

With an insightful understanding of equity, diversity, and inclusion, Raven Solomon’s work resonates through her compelling narratives and thought-provoking discussions.

Michaela Ayers – Advocate of Artistic DEI

Michaela Ayers brings a unique perspective centered around creativity, communication, and community, infusing a creative lens into diversity, equity, and inclusion conversations.

Dena Simmons – Lifelong Activist, TEDx Speaker

As a lifelong advocate and curriculum developer, Dena Simmons champions educational equity and inclusivity through impactful talks and advocacy.

Thando Hopa – Fashion Model, Diversity Advocate

Thando Hopa’s powerful advocacy and representation in the fashion industry contribute to the conversation about diversity and representation.

Azure Antoinette – Poet, Brand Humanist

Azure Antoinette’s poetry and storytelling emphasize human connection, making her a captivating voice for inclusivity and empathy.

Diana Osagie – Leader, Author, Speaker

Diana Osagie’s leadership insights and innovative approach to education and empowerment resonate profoundly.

Shola Kaye – Keynote Speaker

Shola Kaye’s expertise in communication and cultural intelligence adds value to discussions about diversity and inclusion.

Kimberlee Williams Williams – Award-Winning Author

An author whose works on diversity and cultural understanding bring a fresh perspective to the DEI conversation.

John Watkis – Author and Thought Leader

John Watkis’ writings and thought leadership offer a rich exploration of diversity, equity, and inclusion in various contexts.

Nyadol Nyuon – Vocal Advocate

Nyadol Nyuon’s passionate advocacy and vocal activism are pillars in promoting inclusivity and equality.

Areva Martin – Influencer, Content Creator

Areva Martin’s influential content creation advocates for justice, equality, and inclusivity across platforms.

Charles Clark – International Speaker, Athlete
Charles Clark’s inspiring journey and his work as an international speaker inspire discussions about diversity and perseverance.

Akilah Cadet – Founder and CEO
Akilah Cadet’s leadership and insights into workplace diversity and mental health advocacy make her an impactful voice in the DEI landscape.

Deanna Singh – Entrepreneur, Speaker
Deanna Singh’s entrepreneurial spirit and engaging talks empower individuals to embrace diversity and innovation.

Jackie Glenn – Chief Diversity Officer
Jackie Glenn’s expertise in leading diversity initiatives and promoting inclusive cultures is highly influential.

Lola Adeyemo – Workplace Inclusion Advocate
Lola Adeyemo’s TEDx talks and advocacy foster a culture of inclusion and belonging in workplaces.

Glen Guyton – Cultural Competency Navigator
Glen Guyton’s expertise in cultural competency and training guides organizations in fostering inclusive environments.

Omari Jahi Aarons – Leadership Coach, Speaker
Omari Jahi Aarons’ coaching and speaking engagements drive conversations about leadership and diversity.

Dr. Marcus Collins – Award-Winning Cultural Translator
Dr. Marcus Collins’ insights into cultural translation and market dynamics offer valuable perspectives on diversity.

Glenn Simmons Jr – Professor, Speaker
Glenn Simmons Jr’s teachings and speaking engagements explore the intersections of diversity and leadership.

Samuel Collins III – Financial Consultant, Historian
Samuel Collins III’s expertise in finance and history provides diverse perspectives on economic equity and cultural understanding.

Daina Ramey Berry – Historian, Academic
Daina Ramey Berry’s research and academic contributions deepen our understanding of African American history.

Tiffany “Doc” Jana – DEI Consultant, Author
Tiffany “Doc” Jana’s consulting and writings foster inclusive workplaces through actionable strategies.

Cheryl Wills – TV Host, Author
Cheryl Wills’ work in journalism and authorship emphasizes the stories and legacies of African American leaders.

These inspiring voices bring forth a wealth of knowledge, experience, and inspiration, embodying the spirit of Black History Month. Their dedication to empowerment, education, and advancement echoes the essence of inclusivity and diversity.

Ready to make this Black History Month intentional? Contact us now to book NOTA’s inspirational voices and ignite your event with powerful dialogues, insightful discussions, and impactful stories. Let’s celebrate the richness of history together!

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