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Speakers Bureau

Everyday Feminism has an awesome team of writers who are also available for speaking engagements at colleges, conferences, nonprofits, and other public events.

All topics can be adapted to be presentations, keynote speeches, or workshops and can be tailored to the audience. If you don’t see a topic that quite meets your needs but think we can cover it, just let us know. We are also willing to create a signature talk or workshop for groups.

Please note that all speaking engagements require that at least the travel expenses be covered as our speakers are located all across the US. The fee ranges from $2,000-10,000 depending on the speaker, type of presentation, and number of presentations requested.

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Sandra Kim

SandraHeadshot-600pxSandra Kim is the Founding CEO & Co-Publisher of Everyday Feminism. Since its launch two years ago, Sandra has led Everyday Feminism to become one of the largest independent feminist media sites in the world, with 4.5 million visitors per month from over 150 countries. Sandra’s commitment to intersectionality and belief in the interdependence of personal and social transformation have shaped Everyday Feminism’s unique approach to feminism. Her presentations include:

  • Bringing Intersectionality and Inclusiveness Into Our Daily Feminist Work
  • Building an Intersectional and Inclusive Movement to End Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
  • Building Inclusive Leadership
  • How Marginalized People Can Create Leadership Spaces for Ourselves
  • Making Self-Care for Sustainable Activism the Norm
  • Starting a Sustainable Online Business for Social Change
  • Building a Massive Online Base for Social Change

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Melissa A. Fabello 

Melissa A. FabelloMelissa A. Fabello is the Managing Editor of Everyday Feminism. She is also a domestic violence prevention and sexuality educator with a specialty in body image as well as a fierce feminist activist. With a passion for advocacy and a drive for liberation, Melissa’s work revolves mostly around teenagers, body image, female sexuality, and media literacy. Her presentations include:

  • Media Literacy 101: How Pop Culture Seduces You into Gender Roles
  • Bleeding Love: Pop Music, Advertising, and the Normalization of Dating Violence
  • Reclaiming Our Bodies, Our Sexuality, Our Lives: Exploring Female Sexuality Through Five BS Body Myths
  • I Know It Hurts, But Starving Works: How Pro-Eating Disorder Content on Social Media Harms Our Body Image and How to Fight Back
  • Social Justice Activist Self-Care (or, Why My YouTube Comments Are Disabled): Why You Need It and How to Start

Taté Walker

TateWalkerTaté Walker is a Lakota feminist activist, blogger, filmmaker, photographer, and social services professional who promotes cultural competency and inclusion for professionals in the workplace. Her experience includes more than 10 years as a newspaper reporter and freelance journalist, juvenile justice worker, teacher, and civil rights and family advocate. This, combined with her personal, professional and academic research in the areas of Native American identity and stereotypes, poverty, health, and sexuality, make Taté a dynamic and powerful speaker. Her presentations include:

  • Gender & Sexuality in Native American Cultures
  • The Role of Women in Native American Societies from 1492 to Today
  • Surviving Love: Promoting Awareness & Prevention of Violence Against Indigenous Women
  • 566: An Introduction to Native American Cultural Competency
  • Not Your Tonto: Native American Representations in Media
  • The Harm of Indian Mascots on Native American Youth
  • Not Your Cliché: A Look at the Stereotypes Plaguing Tribal Communities
  • Columbus, the Discovery Myth, and the Importance of Teaching Indigenous Histories
  • Moving Past the Thanksgiving Fairytale
  • Topics specific to the Oceti Sakowin (Seven Council Fires, often mistakenly referred to as “Sioux”)

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Sam Dylan Finch sam

Sam Dylan Finch is an LGBTQA+ and mental health educator. As a transgender and bipolar activist, Sam draws from his lived experience to defy the stigmas that surround his identity, as well as teaching others about the challenges that are faced by his communities. With a passion for stigma-busting and impacting change through personal narratives and storytelling, Sam is quickly becoming a powerful and accessible voice for queer, feminist, and mental health issue His presentations include:

  • What is Queer Feminism?
  • Queering Gender: Living Life Outside of the Binary
  • In Trans*it: Transitioning as Non-Binary
  • Stigma 101: Dismantling Shame and Healing Our Communities
  • Neurodiversity and Self-Love
  • Bipolar and Me

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Patricia ValoyPatricia Valoy

Patricia Valoy is a Latina feminist activist and blogger, and a Civil Engineer who promotes STEM education for women. She combines her experiences as a Latina, a feminist, and an engineer to advocate and inspire girls considering careers in the fields of STEM and speak on transnational feminism. Patricia’s work mostly revolves around the Latino/a community, feminism, cultural identity, gender stereotypes, and workplace sexism. Her presentations include:

  • Gender Bias, Sexism, and Stereotypes in STEM
  • STEM Outreach for Girls and Minority Groups
  • Working in a Male-Dominated Fields
  • Battling Sexism in STEM, Construction, and Other Non-Traditionally Female Employment
  • Transnational Feminism and Cultural Identity
  • Latina/o Feminism and Ethno-Racial Identity

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Kaila PrinsKaila Prins

Kaila Prins is a wellness coach specializing in disordered eating, dieting, exercise dependency, and distorted body image. Through her blog and podcasts, she brings together the experts in fitness, nutrition, health at every size, body acceptance, feminism, mindset and mental health, and more to unpack their bags and discuss their journeys to self-love. Kaila’s talks focus on media literacy (shedding light on the marketing and manipulation of body image), the dangers and costs of dieting (and how to stop the yo-yo diet cycle), and the importance of self awareness and “discovery” in eating disorder prevention and recovery. Her presentations include:

  • Media Literacy and Body Image
  • How to Stop Losing the Last 10 Pounds and Start Living Your Life Instead
  • Advertising the Body: How to Survive in Culture Where the Body is Currency

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Jon Greenberg 

Jon GreenbergAn award-winning public high school teacher in Seattle, Jon Greenberg gained broader recognition for standing up for racial dialogue in the classroom—with widespread support from community—while a school district attempted to stifle it. With nearly 20 years of diverse teaching experiences under his belt, he has long dedicated his teaching career to social justice and civic engagement. His presentations include:

  • Teaching a Unit on Race: Practical Lessons on a Taboo Topic
  • The Race Curriculum Controversy: The Benefits and Costs of Social Justice Teaching
  • Civic Engagement 101: Connecting Your Classroom to the Community

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Jamie Utt 

Jamie UttJamie Utt is a diversity and inclusion consultant and sexual violence prevention educator to combat prejudice, bigotry, and hate in all its forms. One of the most dynamic new voices for change and inclusion today, his interactive presentations have empowered thousands to take personal accountability for making this world a better place. His presentations include:

  • Yes Please! Making Consent Fun and Sexy
  • Party On! Building Sex Positive Party Culture
  • Man Up: Building Positive Masculinity
  • The Wall: Understanding Your Own Power, Oppression, and Privilege
  • The Antidote: How Students Can Create a More Inclusive School

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Creigh Farinas

Creigh FarinasCreigh is a neurodiversity activist and blogger, and an advocate for autism acceptance. Despite studying autism as part of her coursework, her extensive knowledge about autistic and disabled people’s perspectives comes from her personal background as a sibling of an Autistic woman and former caregiver for children on the autism spectrum. She uses her experiences and observations to inform her as she attempts to amplify the voices of autistic people. Creigh’s background mostly revolves around disability rights, neurodiversity, and autism acceptance.

  • Autistic People Can Lead Happy Lives: Helping Them Get There
  • Why Would Anyone Want to Accept Autism? An Explanation of the Autism Acceptance Movement Presuming Competence: What That Means for You
  • The Social Model of Disability: How Someone Can Be Simultaneously Very and Not at All Disabled
  • How to Be an Ally to Neurodiverse People
  • Teaching Kids about Disabilities
  • What is Autism?

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B. Cole

ColeCole is the Founder and Executive Director of Brown Boi Project, a community of masculine of center womyn, men, two-spirit people, transmen, and allies committed to transforming privileges of masculinity, gender, and race into tools for achieving racial and gender justice. As a young queer consultant of color with almost ten years consulting and facilitation experience, she is often uniquely positioned to bring together groups across divides. Her presentations include:

  • Gender Justice
  • The New Masculinity
  • Resourcing a Movement

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Akilah Richards

Akilah RichardsAkilah Richards is a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) who specializes in women’s emotional wellness.  Her work in centered on Radical Self-Expression, a practice she created to address societal oppression of the voices and needs of women and girls, and to explore the consequences and potential remedies therein. Akilah has created and delivered in-person and online workshops at college campuses, private summits, and public conferences about designing our ideal lives through the defining and exploration of self-expression, womanhood, modern feminism, location independence, and the unschooling lifestyle. Her presentations include:

  • Strategy & Soulwork for Radical Self-Expression
  • Nurturing the Aha’s: What to Do with Your Biggest Breakthroughs
  • Life Design through Free-Range Learning: Exploring the Unschooling mindset
  • Live Your Grain: Insights on Radical Lifestyle Management
  • Life Chanting 101: How Incantations Support Spiritual Exploration

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Adrian Ballou

Adrian BallouAdrian is a genderqueer writer, activist, consultant, and social justice educator as well as a state-certified mediator and trained facilitator. Adrian has founded/directed six youth programs focusing on topics ranging from food justice/farming/cooking to community organizing to youth ministry. They also consult with organizations on how to best improve diversity practices for staff and clients. They specialize in working with non-profits and schools/youth organizations on building best practices for trans, non-binary, and/0r gender non-conforming safety and inclusion.

  • Non-Binary Identities 101
  • How to Make Your Organization More Trans Inclusive
  • Creating Trans-Affirming Youth Spaces
  • Feminism and Trans Identities
  • Youth Organizing and Adultism

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