Popular Female Speakers For Your Event
We get a lot of requests from clients looking to book female speakers for their events. Take a look at our most popular female speakers:
Ana Navarro, Republican Strategist & Political Contributor To CNN, ABC News, & Telemundo
Respected on both sides of the aisle for her straight-talking ways, Navarro frequently appears on major news networks to break down the issues of the day in her trademark candid and hilarious style. Loved by audiences, she’s in touch with the topics people care about, she discusses hot button issues tactfully, giving audiences an insider’s view of Washington, plenty to think (and laugh) about, and an optimistic overview of where the country is headed.
Sarah Robb O’Hagan, Former CEO of Flywheel Sports, Former President of Gatorade, & Former Nike GM
For an event focused on transforming your business model, collaborative innovation, or creating new growth runways, consider Sarah. She’s a unique combination of business advice and motivational speaker, and pairs stories about reinventing lines of business with her personal journey from being fired twice in her 20's to being a rock star CEO.
Amy Walter, National Editor of The Cook Political Report & Former Political Director of ABC News
Amy is one of the best political journalists in Washington and an especially popular speaker in election and midterm years. She’s built a reputation as an accurate, objective, and insightful analyst with unparalleled access to campaign insiders and decision-makers. Amy talks about the electoral process, congressional culture, and the Washington political scene—as only an incredibly smart analyst with 14 years’ experience can.
Susan O’Malley, First Female President of A Professional Sports Franchise
Susan was the first female president of a professional sports franchise (the Washington Bullets—now Wizards), and one of our most-popular motivational speakers. She led the largest ticket revenue increase in the history of NBA franchises by taking the season ticket holder renewal rate from 64% to 90%. Now a business professor, she almost always gets standing ovations. She cracks audiences up and shares hilarious and upbeat anecdotes paired with lessons learned from a life of unprecedented success.
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BRING A FEMALE SPEAKER TO YOUR NEXT EVENT
Want to learn more about any of these speakers for your next event? Contact our team today.