These are the words used to describe my ability to capture the attention of any audience and leave them desiring more. From speaking to women on how to build their courage and confidence in the job market, providing historical talks on almost anything relating to Black culture, to addressing parents and students about preparing for and thriving in college.

Empowering, Knowledgeable, Relatable


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are emanated throughout my keynotes, workshops, and trainings. You will quickly find yourself enthralled in my storytelling, filled with gems of knowledge and wisdom that will boost your curiosity, feed your spirit, and inspire a call to action.

My vast experience, passion, and humor

I speak on a variety of topics, primarily focused on:

  • Black History
  • Women’s History
  • Career Strategies for Women
  • College Prep
  • History of HBCUs

speaking topics

past speaking events

  • Ellucian – Black History Month
  • United States Postal Inspection Service – Black History Month
  • Florida A&M University - Women Faculty Showcase, Women’s History Month
  • Fort George G. Meade, United States Army - Black History Month
  • Afro American Newspaper 125th Anniversary Tea Honoring the Women of the Afro
  • Morgan State University, Sesquicentennial Women’s History Month Convocation
  • U.S. Army Research Laboratory - Women’s History Month
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Black History Month
  • University of Lynchburg, “Coloring Outside the Lines: Creating an Inclusive Campus Culture,”
  • Maryland Public Television, Conversations for Change: Women’s History Month, “The Legacy of Black Women Suffragists,” Live Broadcast
  • MDC of Durham, “Postsecondary Perspectives: Working Towards Equity in the Year Ahead,”
  • North Carolina A&T State University, Empowered to Lead: Women in Higher Education [Annual Conference], “Looking for a Job?: 5 Mistakes Women Make”
  • Association for the Study of African American Life and History [National Conference], “Visibly Inscribed on the Annals of History: A Tribute to Dr. Rosalyn Terborg-Penn”