Hispanic/Latino/Chicano/Xicano Keynote Speakers
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Hispanic keynote speakers are Spanish-speaking or Latin-American or Iberian descent. Hispanic keynote speakers can lend proper insight into immigration, workplace bias, and politics.
Keynotes: 4 Books: 1 Videos: 8
Mariana Atencio Featured
Peabody and Gracie Award–Winning Journalist; 3x Emmy Nominee; Best-Selling Author; Viral Tedtalker
Mariana Atencio is a Peabody award-winning journalist, speaker, and author who has traveled around the world to help us discover & celebrate what makes us unique. As the only Latina national correspondent on NBC News, she’s a fighter for diversity, inclusion and authentic storytelling both on and off screen.
Keynotes: 2 Books: 3 Videos: 8
Jose Hernandez Featured
Former NASA Astronaut; Entrepreneur; Farmer; Vintner; Author
Jose Hernandez's talk is an effective motivational talk where individuals leave so inspired, they re-evaluate and upgrade their personal and professional goals in life. He shares a simple yet effective recipe that serves as an valuable tool in the empowerment process.
Keynotes: 2 Books: 1 Videos: 4
Gaby Natale Featured
3-Time Daytime Emmy Award Winning Journalist; Author; Entrepreneur
Gaby Natale is the President & Co-Founder of AGANAR Media. She is the first Latina to win 3 Daytime Emmys® back-to-back (as host and executive producer of her own show) and the the first Hispanic author to be published by HarperCollins’ Leadership division.
Keynotes: 3 Books: 1 Videos: 6
Sonia Nazario Featured
Social Journalist, Author, Humanitarian
Sonia Nazario is an award-winning journalist and humanitarian. Her personal story is the story of migration and of ganas (determination). Her articles and speeches move people to tears and end in standing ovations.
Keynotes: 2 Books: 1 Videos: 7
Michelle Poler Featured
Author, Social Entrepreneur, Branding Strategist & Creator of #100DaysWithoutFear
Michelle Poler is a creative and passionate social entrepreneur, keynote speaker, fear facer, and branding strategist. She is the Founder of Hello Fears, a social movement empowering millions to step outside of the comfort zone and tap into their full potential.
Keynotes: 2 Books: 1 Videos: 2
Media and Real Estate Entrepreneur Founder of The Adelante Movement.
Latina media dynamo and women’s empowerment advocate Nely Galán, dubbed the “Tropical Tycoon” by The New York Times Magazine, is one of the entertainment industry’s savviest firebrand talents. SELF MADE is an evolutionary shift for women around the world; a new kind of identity.
Keynotes: 4 Books: 1 Videos: 4
You Deserve to be KNOWN
Rocky has walked alongside thousands at Sky Ranch Camp, counseled hundreds as a pastor at Chase Oaks and taken thousands through Identity Mapping™. He guides people to find clarity in who they are, ignites confidence to believe in themselves and helps them find the courage to live it out.
Keynotes: 3 Books: 0 Videos: 2
Former Award-Winning Star of Ugly Betty, Director, and Arts & Education Advocate
Cuban-born Tony Plana is one of the most recognizable Latino actors of stage and screen and has directed, produced, and starred in more than 60 major films. His most recognized role was the character of Ignacio Suarez, the widowed father to America Ferrera’s Ugly Betty.
Keynotes: 4 Books: 0 Videos: 2
The Funny Rocket Scientist
Shayla Rivera is a former NASA Rocket Scientist turned Keynote Speaker, Stand-up Comedian and awareness expert with many Television credits. She inspires people from elementary school children to executives in major corporations by sharing what she has learned about awareness and taking risks. She travels worldwide entertaining our troops.
Keynotes: 8 Books: 1 Videos: 3
Angela M. Sanchez
Formerly Homeless, Writer, Cartoonist, Magician, Education Advocate, First Generation Latino College Graduate
Angela M. Sanchez came of age in the Great Recession of the late 2000s and her writing is informed by her experiences. Namely, in 2007, when she was a junior in high school in Glendale, her father, a single parent, lost his job as an architectural draftsman.
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