Today is the first day of Black History Month! This annual observance was first celebrated in 1926 as “Negro History Week.” However, it officially became Black History Month in 1976. This year’s Black History Month theme about the crucial role of education in the history of African Americans.
Here are four well-educated African American keynote speakers, who are experts in finance, politics, medicine and teaching!
1. Brooke Stephens
Brooke Stephens is a 20-year veteran of Wall Street, and an expert on financial advice. She is a best-selling author of two books, and has appeared on many national radio shows and television programs. more
Veteran Democratic political strategist, Donna Brazile is a professor, author and television political commentator. She loves working with young people, encouraging them to vote, to run for office, and to work within the system to strengthen it. more
3. Dr. Brian Williams
Brian H. Williams, M.D., is an Associate Professor of Surgery in the Division of Burn/Trauma/Critical Care at UT Southwestern. As a speaker, his presentations are centered on the intersection between race, medicine and healthcare resiliency. more
Dr. Adolph Brown is the world’s greatest edu-tainer! As a master teacher, business leader and educational/clinical psychologist — Dr. Adolph entertains his audiences, while challenging them to live and work more positively. more
These speakers would be perfect for any kind of event, especially if you’re looking to educate, and inspire your audience.
For more information on booking an African American keynote speaker, check out www.eaglestalent.com or call our office at 1.800.345.5607.
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