Diversity and inclusion speakers are becoming highly sought after by forward-thinking organisations seeking to eradicate discrimination by gender and race. These keynote speakers provide your leadership team with insights on how they can make their organisations more inclusive and satisfying for all stakeholders.
Manal Al-Sharif was named as one of Time Magazine’s most influential people in the world. She is a leading voice for women’s rights, especially in Muslim and Arab cultures. She has spoken at TED Talks at Harvard University, the United Nations, UNESCO, and contributes to the New York Times and Washington Post.
Troy Roderick has specialised in diversity and inclusion for 25 years and is an ambassador for gender balance in business. He was listed in the global list of 2016 ‘Top 50 Diversity Professionals in Industry’ by The Economist. He has wowed audiences including the United Nations, Diversity Council of Australia, Australian Human Rights Commission, University of Sydney Business School and government events such as CEDRA, IORA, ACCI.
Julie McKay is a world-class speaker in diversity and inclusion – why and how to advance it. She was the Executive Director of UN Women Australia for close to 10 years, where she made advancements in women in business and women’s empowerment on a global scale. Julie also runs a private consulting firm where she helps organisations such as PwC, QLD Public Service and the Department of Foreign Affairs to implement gender equality and provide opportunities for women.
Kristy McKellar has spent two decades dedicated to improving the lives of others, helping to stamp out family violence and gender equality. She has been called upon to assist the Victorian Parliament, Members of the Legislative Assembly and Council, Victoria Police, and the AFL. She shaped the first Male Champions of Change model, where she implemented policies to help family violence survivors integrate back into the workforce.
Craig Rigney has made an enormous contribution to increasing employment opportunities and access to health services for Aboriginals in South Australia. He has implemented successful programs for Adelaide City Council, Department of Further Education, Employment and Science and Technology, SA Health and is the founder of Kornar Winmil Yunti.
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