Diversity & Inclusion Speakers

Chartwell’s expert Diversity and Inclusion Speakers draw on their personal experiences about overcoming prejudice, championing individual rights and celebrating individuality.

Inspiring others in their quest to see the end of inequality for all, these fearless campaigners are all influencing policy and minds on issues of race, gender and disability in speeches tailored to educate, inform and motivate key decision-makers at all levels of government and society, Chartwell’s Speakers in this area address the issues that matter.

Diversity Speakers

Exclusive Diversity & Inclusion speakers

Flavilla Fongang Speaker
Flavilla Fongang Speaker
Flavilla Fongang
Founder of Branding and Experiential Marketing Agency, 3 Colours Rule and Brand Advisor to the BBC
Raina Kumra Speaker
Raina Kumra
Expert on Digital transformation and AI ethics
Rico Jacob Chace Speaker
Rico Jacob Chace
LGBTQIA+ and Black Rights Activist
Karen Attiah Speaker
Karen Attiah
Opinion Columnist, Global Opinions Editor - The Washington Post
Adah Parris Speaker
Adah Parris Speaker
Adah Parris
Futurist, Keynote Speaker, Cultural Strategist; TED2019 Emerging Innovator
Ramesh Srinivasan Speaker
Ramesh Srinivasan Speaker
Ramesh Srinivasan
Advocate and Adviser on how ethical technology solutions can support innovation and diversity, equity and inclusion.
Suzy Walton Speaker
Suzy Walton
Former Deputy Chairman of the University of Westminster
Charlotte Clymer Speaker
Charlotte Clymer
Transgender woman & Former Press Secretary, The Human Rights Campaign
Iain Anderson Speaker
Iain Anderson
Corporate Communications Expert
Jennifer Eberhardt Speaker
Jennifer Eberhardt
MacArthur "Genius" Grant Recipient


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Diversity & Inclusion speakers

Sarah McBride Speaker
Sarah McBride
Transgender Rights Activist & National Press Secretary, The Human Rights Campaign
Patricia Bosworth Speaker
Patricia Bosworth
Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair
Bell Hooks Speaker
Bell Hooks
Cultural Critic & Feminist Theorist
Joy Buolamwini Speaker
Joy Buolamwini Speaker
Joy Buolamwini
Poet of Code and Expert of AI Discrimination
Keisha Lindsay Speaker
Keisha Lindsay
Associate Professor in the Departments of Gender & Women's Studies and Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Tammy Smith Speaker
Tammy Smith
The US military’s first openly LGBT General/Flag officer
Jenn Lim Speaker
Jenn Lim
CEO of Delivering Happiness
Cynthia (Cynt) Marshall Speaker
Cynthia (Cynt) Marshall
CEO of the Dallas Mavericks
Montel Williams Speaker
Montel Williams
Emmy Award Winner & Health Advocate
Mary Trump Speaker
Mary Trump
Clinical psychologist, businesswoman, speaker, and author of ‘Too Much and Never Enough’
Flavilla Fongang Speaker
Flavilla Fongang Speaker
Flavilla Fongang
Founder of Branding and Experiential Marketing Agency, 3 Colours Rule and Brand Advisor to the BBC
Gareth Thomas Speaker
Gareth Thomas
Former Welsh Rugby Captain, former British and Irish Lions Captain and Author, ‘Stronger’, his book on living with HIV
Nicola Adams Speaker
Nicola Adams
Two-times Olympic gold medallist and former professional boxer
Inky Johnson Speaker
Inky Johnson
Motivational Leader and Former College Football Player
Stacy Brown-Philpot Speaker
Stacy Brown-Philpot
Former CEO of TaskRabbit
Nahum Speaker
Nahum Speaker
Internationally renowned artist and first person to launch an interactive artwork to space
Safiya Noble Speaker
Safiya Noble
Co-Founder and Co-Director, UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry
Anne-Marie Imafidon Speaker
Anne-Marie Imafidon
Co-Founder, award-winning social enterprise, Stemettes
John Amaechi Speaker
John Amaechi
Keynote speaker on leadership and creating high performance organisations
June Sarpong Speaker
June Sarpong
British TV Presenter and award-winning author.