Mitzi’s personally familiar with the complexities of racial identity, mental illness, and the legacy of war. Her Zoom keynote performance powerfully champions authentic conversation, effortlessly and respectfully navigating complex topics, making her a sought-after keynote speaker and Diversity and inclusion specialist for groups like Marshall University’s Women of Color Luncheon, St. Thomas University’s Leadership Institute, The National Conference on Race and Ethnicity, AFLV West, and APCA National Conference. Mitzi’s company, All Here Together Productions, utilizes her expertise to convene conversations and build more tolerant communities.
Kyla Jenée Lacey
Kyla Jenée Lacey is an accomplished third-person bio composer. Her spoken word has garnered tens of millions of views, and has been showcased on Pop Sugar, Write About Now, Buzzfeed, Harper’s Bizarre, Diet Prada, featured on the Tamron Hall show, and Laura Ingraham from Fox News called her work “Anti-racist propaganda.” She has performed spoken word at over 300 colleges in over 40 states. Kyla has been a finalist in the country's most significant regional poetry slam no less than 5 times, and was nominated as Campus Activities Magazine Female Performer of the Year. Several Grammy-winning artists have acknowledged her work. Her poetry has been viewed over 50 million times and used on protest billboards in multiple countries. She has written for large publications such as The Huffington Post, BET.com, and the Root Magazine
Sherry Winn is a Two-Time Olympian and National Championship Coach. Coach Winn’s 34 years of building championship teams allow you to learn the secrets of creating WINNING leaders and organizations. Imagine knowing the WINNING secrets of getting your team to “play” together where every team member is committed to engagement, loves being involved and wants more than anything else to reach a common goal. Coach Winn has delivered over 3,000 hours of paid speaking engagements and is the author of five books, including two Amazon Best Sellers.
Dr. Megan Stubbs
Dr. Megan Stubbs is an energetic, multi-media savvy Sexologist. She has been building a brand that has sexual wellness, education, and pleasure at the forefront. With her respective degrees, she is able to combine two of her favorite things, science, and sex, into a cohesive platform to impact her audience. She offers presentations on various topics, including sexuality education, positive body image, and self-care. She is mindful of inclusion and brings a sensitivity to ethnic diversity rooted in her own complex heritage. Her programming is designed to entertain and educate participants with actionable steps and information they can use as soon as they leave. Her advice is frequently quoted in national media outlets, she is a sex columnist with Playboy, frequently appears on television, speaks on radio, and presents at public and private events.
Sha’Condria “iCon” Sibley
Multi-disciplinary artist,iCON, is a consistent force and one of the top slam poets in the world. She was nominated Entertainer of the Year (The Examiner) and also made BET’s list of Black Girls Winning. iCon has been in several stage productions and national television appearances including TV One's Verses and Flow and Congo Network's The Golden Mic as well as international platforms such as BBC World Ra
dio and the UK’s What’s Up TV on SkyOne. Many outlets such as Upworthy, Huffington Post, For Harriet, Marie Claire, and Teen Vogue have highly praised her work, which can also be seen in the documentaries Finding Shaniqua, In the Air, Find the Poem, and Taking Back the Crown. As a teaching artist, iCon helps others find their vo
ices by conducting workshops for youth and the incarcerated, using her words/work to speak largely on topics related to race, women's issues, and self-discovery/Love.
Kwyn Townsend Riley “Kwynology”
“Kwynology” is a poet, speaker, and organizer from the Southside of Chicago. She has been writing for as long as she can remember, first performed on the mic in high school, and has been in love ever since. Her writing helps others heal as well as herself. As a black woman, she has experienced many poems to preach on; racialized violence, womanism, gentrification and womanhood, homophobia, and more.
The soulful voice of MUSZETTE has a sound all her own that dances between electronic pop and energetic rock, best described as a feeling rather than a genre. The inspiring anthems of her music are amplified on networks like HBO, Disney, and Netflix (Queer eye, Younger, The Bold Type, Nancy Drew, Pose, Selling Sunset + more). Female and gender empowerment are at the heartbeat of the MUSZETTE narrative. LA-based artist MUSZETTE was developed from her experience as a seasoned performer, songwriter, and vocalist who is revealing her most unapologetic self yet.
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