Remarkable Speakers for Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is in September, and now is a great time to lock in a speaker to celebrate the rich cultural contributions and achievements of the Hispanic community. We’re thrilled to share this selection of exceptional speakers who will infuse your gatherings with inspiration, education and the power of Hispanic heritage.

Ingrid Harb

Speakers for Hispanic Heritage Month

Ingrid never really fit in a box or category. She was born and raised in Mexico and then went to Texas for boarding school. So at time, she was too Mexican for the norms of an American boarding school. And in returning to Mexico, she was almost too American for her Mexican colleagues. Either she was Mexican or she was an American.
And while she admits that she initially struggled with the “either/or” mentality, Ingrid began to think about a “both/and” mindset – one where she claimed an identity where she was both American and Mexican and beyond.

Stephanie Nogueras

Speakers for Hispanic Heritage Month

Stephanie Nogueras is an actress of Puerto-Rican descent who happens to be Deaf and proficient in ASL. She can currently be seen starring opposite Craig Robinson on the TV series Killing It (Peacock) and on episode 2 of the new anthology series The Accused (Fox.) Other TV credits include The Good Fight, Criminal Minds, The Magicians, and Switched at Birth. Stephanie earned a Liberal Arts and Science Degree from Rochester Institute of Technology. When not acting, Stephanie mentor’s students and families, teaching them American Sign Language and deaf culture.

Juliana Londoño

Speakers for Hispanic Heritage Month

Her business is focused on the awareness, education and intersectionality of mental health and the Latino/BIPOC communities. She partners with institutions of higher education, non-profits, and other businesses, leading workshops, trainings, and speaking engagements. Juliana serves the Board for ALFPA-NJ and America Needs You-NJ. She has been awarded several leadership awards and continues to be a leader in her community. During her free time, Juliana enjoys figure skating and spending time in nature.

Gaby Natale

Speakers for Hispanic Heritage Month

Gaby Natale believes in breaking barriers. And she embodies what she preaches.
As the first Latina to win 3 Daytime EMMYs back-to-back (as host and executive producer of her own show), the first Hispanic author to be published by HarperCollins’ Leadership division and one of the few foreign-born writers to narrate their audiobook in English, Gaby has had her own share of being “the first like her” in leadership spaces.
A sought-after thought leader and motivational speaker, Gaby has shared her inspirational message in Fortune 50 corporations, the United Nations and in her own TEDx talk encouraging underrepresented minorities to pioneer and be what they cannot (yet) see in the world.

Claudia Romo Edelman

Speakers for Hispanic Heritage Month

Claudia Romo Edelman is a Mexican-Swiss diplomat, a speaker and media contributor, and an activist for equity, diversity and inclusion. Claudia has more than 25 years of experience leading marketing and advocacy for global organizations including UNICEF, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the United Nations and the World Economic Forum.
She is the founder of We Are All Human, a foundation dedicated to advancing the agenda of equality, diversity and inclusion, making a change through collective action, and is also the founder of The Hispanic Star, which represents an unparalleled, collective goodwill effort to advance the Hispanic community, a symbol that stands for inclusion and inspires trust.

Catarina Rivera

Speakers for Hispanic Heritage Month

Catarina works with companies to improve accessibility and inclusion, retain employees, and design better products. She is the founder of Blindish Latina, a platform smashing disability stigmas through storytelling and advocacy. Catarina has worn hearing aids from a young age and was diagnosed with progressive vision loss at 17 years old. She has a BA from Duke University, an MSEd from Bank Street College of Education, and an MPH from Hunter College. Catarina is a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (IAAP). She is a member of Respect Ability’s National Disability Speakers Bureau and Keynote Women’s Global Speakers Directory. She has worked with over 40+ clients since launching her company and has been featured in Nasdaq, Authority Magazine, and as one of the top 21 DEI influencers of 2021. Past clients have included HarperCollins Publishers, LinkedIn, Hachette Book Group, Whole30, Grant Thornton, and BCG Digital Ventures. Catarina is committed to social justice.

Tiffany Vitale

Speakers for Hispanic Heritage Month

She is a writer and spoken word artist born and raised in Brooklyn, NY; she has made Tampa, Florida home-base for the last ten years with her 5-year-old daughter and spouse. She has a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of South Florida and a passion for mental health and child welfare advocacy, over the course of time she has learned that there is strength and healing to be found in honest conversations and story-telling.
Tiffany intends to become a full time-Licensed Social Work Clinician, fusing expressive arts and talk-therapy for children and families.

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