The TOP 4 Speakers you need to book for Black History Month

Experienced, Highly Engaging, and Transformative Speakers that are sure to make a lasting impact on their audience.

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience our incredible speakers this spring!

Empowering Leadership Speaker – Tish Norman

Known for her wit and style, it is here that Tish delivers powerful messages in an approachable and practical fashion. She relates to and appeals to her audiences’ basic desire and common goal, to make the most of every leadership experience. Tish has a BA in Education from Kentucky State University and a MA from Pepperdine University.

She is currently a doctoral pursuant in Pan-African Studies at the University of Louisville, where her research focuses on the intersections of Memory and Material Culture of Black Sorority Collegians. Tish’s goal is to help audiences develop critical skills necessary to personify their life mission and that of their organization.

What others are saying:

“AMAZING! Tish grabbed the audience’s attention from the first second she started talking. The group was jazzed about the speaker and talked about her for weeks after. I was stopped several times in the Student Union by Greek students who wanted to say thank you for bringing such a great speaker. Tish’s entire keynote was effective.”Kevin, Greek Life, Northern Arizona University


Internationally Acclaimed Educator and Social Justice Activist – Panama Soweto

Channeling his rollercoaster performances as a spoken word artist, his lecture is a hybrid of storytelling and mentoring. Panama challenges ideas about bullying, single-parenthood, sexual abuse, self-advocacy, and discrimination through his mastery of spoken word.

Literary bloggers have called his work, “transformative,” and “inspiring.” His work has been featured on National Public Radio (NPR), The, and most recently as a speaker for TEDXCSU.

What others are saying:

“…Panama Soweto has let his heart control his words… and let his personal experiences shine through his trade.” –303 Magazine


Diversity, Authenticity, One Woman Play-Mitzi Sinnott

Named in the “Top 5 Best Diversity Speakers in America,” by Campus Activities Magazine performance artist, activist, and educator, Mitzi has been hired by organizations and institutions such as AFLV West, Kentucky Arts Council Master Class, and Barry University to be their keynote presenter to speak truth, offer words of inspiration and share her own personal journey as a woman of color. Each keynote presentation is thoughtfully tailored for the respective audience and includes elements from Mitzi’s solo play, “SNAPSHOT: A true story of love interrupted by invasion.” Ending participant activities culminate and activate!

What others are saying:

“Mitzi’s strength as a speaker lies in her willingness to be vulnerable. Her portrayals captivated 1500 of our students… Her openness to share her story and her personal labels carried a lot of weight and respect.”Dr. Sylvia Imler Executive Director, Youngstown University


Speaker-Leadership, Empowerment, Self-Esteem, Self-Awareness – Raymonn Adams

Raymonn Adams is the first person in his entire family to graduate college. He is also an All-American Athlete, professional football player, Hall of Famer, and Start-up Founder! Whether it’s inspiring student athletes or encouraging staff members to become the champions they were born to be this is the driving force behind Raymonn’s passion to see people triumph. Raymonn has devoted himself to help every individual realize they have their own source of power, to achieve anything they desire in life by changing their mindset and, ultimately, reaching Buffalo Status!

What others are saying:

“Raymonn has the unique ability to inspire, encourage & raise the level of optimism with all he comes in contact with. No matter if it’s on stage in front of a packed auditorium or a one-on-one strategy session over coffee; spending time with and around Raymonn Adams is literally transformational!” –Aaron Davis | FOUNDER | Aaron Davis Presentations

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