Women's Issues Speaker
Women's Issues Speaker
A female speaker is obviously a broad term. After all, female speakers come from all different backgrounds and professions: they’re athletes, politicians, celebrities, writers, business moguls, etc. So you may wonder what the exact purpose of a female speaker is, when it may seem easier and more practical to focus on recruiting a speaker from a specific profession or industry, regardless of gender. But that likely wouldn’t be the case if, say, the focus of the speaking engagement is women’s issues or the speaker’s audience is largely comprised of women. Or what if the female speaker is a professional in an industry that has always been largely male-dominated? Perhaps you would like to hear from a women’s point-of-view on that particularly industry.
Ultimately, whether it’s journalist Katie Couric, psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers, or poet Maya Angelou, a female speaker can provide a unique perspective on a wide range of topics while offering motivation, inspiration, and insight regardless of the gender of their audience. They can offer eye-opening experiences and offer viewpoints that may often be generally overlooked by society as a whole.
The great thing about hiring a female speaker is that the industries and backgrounds to select one from is virtually limitless, so with a little bit of research, you’ll doubtless pick a winner.
Winner of 12 Grand Slam Singles Titles, 16 Grand Slam Women's Doubles Titles & 11 Grand Slam Mixed Doubles Titles; Advocate for women in sports; Founder of The Women's Tennis Association, The Women in Sports Foundation, & World Tennis Team; Coach of the U.S. Fed Cup Team
ESPN host/reporter Bonnie Bernstein is a 20 year veteran of the broadcast business. Speech topics include overcoming adversity, breaking through glass ceilings, importance of teamwork, making the most of life-lessons & secrets to succeeding as a woman in business.
Bestselling Author of the Regan Reilly Mystery Series
Psychologist; Acclaimed Advice Columnist; Accomplished Author
Celebrity Actress on shows such as “21 Jump Street” and “Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper”, as well as her day-time talk show called "The Talk". She also speakers and fights for cancer patients and children with Autism.
Jenna Lyons serves as the President- Executive Director at J. Crew and was recognized by The Daily News among Fashion's Fifty Most Powerful People.
Lifestyle Designer, CEO of Kathy Ireland Worldwide.
Award winning Journalist & Reporter for NBC & CBS; Host of "The Today Show" on NBC
Keylee Sue Sanders is a former Miss Teen USA who is currently an on air fashion expert and on air host for "Good Day LA".
Special correspondent for the Oprah Winfrey Show.
Maya Angelou is one of the most famous advocates of womens rights and black heritage.
Appeared on Televison Shows, Movies and on Broadway; She is also a Motivational speaker on many topics ranging from Women's Issues to how she maintain her successful career.
Rosie O'Donnell is an actress and talk show host, and is been a major advocate and supporter of same sex marriage as she herself is married to her longtime partner and girlfriend.
Mountain Climbing Expert; First American Woman to climb Mount Everest; Author of “Beyond the Limits: A Woman’s Triumph on Everest”