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Advantages to Hosting Events Online

    • Overcome physical barriers
    • Offer communal support in times of crisis
    • More affordable than large scale live events
    • Increased accessibility for people with disabilities
    • Can easily be recorded for future use

As Audre Lorde taught us, “caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” Caring for our physical, mental and emotional well being during this time is a priority. In whatever ways you’re practicing self-preservation during Covid-19, complement your existing routine with women changemakers who have not only paved the way for us, but are continuing to pave the way for how we envision our future. Our Speakers Bureau team can work with you to build a virtual event specifically tailored for your community.

Leymah Gbowee
Nobel Laureate & Liberian Peace Activist

2011 Nobel Peace Laureate, Leymah Gbowee, not only brought her country to the peace negotiating table to end Liberia’s second civil war, but then went on to fight the Ebola epidemic in her community in 2015. If anyone knows how to find the light in the darkness, it’s Leymah Gbowee. Have her join you and your team to learn how to navigate this moment of social distancing to, in her words, “think about the acts that will bring our societies closer when the dust settles.”

Sonya Renee Taylor
Artist, Activist & Founder of The Body is Not an Apology

Wishing you could return to “normal” life? Having a hard time envisioning a future post-covid? Join Sonya Renee Taylor as she encourages us all “not to go back to normal, because normal never was, but to instead stitch a new garment that fits all of humanity and nature.” 

Dr. Tererai Trent
Author, Educator & Oprah’s “All Time Favorite Guest”

Dr. Tererai Trent is no stranger to persevering against great odds. As one of today’s most internationally recognized voices for quality education and women’s empowerment, and Oprah Winfrey’s “All-Time Favorite Guest,” Dr. Trent shares some of her valuable insights for coping with hardships and cultivating hope in the midst of uncertainty.

Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda
Global Human Rights Superstar & African Union Goodwill Ambassador on Ending Child Marriage

What lessons in conflict resolution can we learn from Covid-19? Invite Nyaradazayi Gumbonzvanda, the Founder and Chief Executive of the Rozaria Memorial Trust and former World YWCA General Secretary, to your next workshop to lead a discussion on the ways we can collectively build peaceful measures to address conflict during a pandemic.