Wayne Brady

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Emmy-Winning Actor, Producer, Musician

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Improvisational Rap

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In the fast-paced world of business, leaders thrive on their ability to adapt to any challenge they encounter. From high-stakes pitch meetings to daily decisions, there is one skill that can give you the upper hand in any room: improvisation.

Wayne Brady has spent over 20 years delighting millions with his improvisational comedy. A five-time Emmy winner and Grammy nominee, Wayne reveals how to master the techniques that will empower you to take better risks, improve teamwork, and inspire a culture of innovation and creativity.

Behind the lighthearted comedy that the world knows him for, there is a more serious story that Wayne has known his whole life. In this candid discussion on race, Wayne breaks down his life’s experiences – from struggling with his identity at an early age, to feeling the sting of racism throughout his career. He also uncovers a path forward that is paved by representation both on-screen and in life, revealing how we can expand the narrative about the Black experience.

Wayne has made audiences laugh for years. But the award-winning comedian secretly dealt with a lot of pain behind the scenes. After publicly sharing his own battle with depression, Wayne now uses his platform to shine the spotlight on awareness of mental health struggles.

In this illuminating dialogue, Wayne addresses the stereotypes, myths, and misunderstandings he has experienced surrounding mental health, drawing on the most important lessons that have empowered him along his journey.


“He was funny, sincere, and sympathetic. It takes a very talented person to evoke all of those feeling into one speech. I know the twitter world thought he was a hit! I hope he enjoyed himself as much as we enjoyed having him!”

— The Kennedy Forum
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