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25 Feb 2019

Celebrating Women’s History Month: Take a Look at Some of Our Most Influential Speakers for Your Campus

March is Women's History Month, a time to honor and celebrate the triumphs of the trailblazing women who have paved the way for change and progress. APB continues to represent a number of speakers on women's issues, from award-winning actresses and activists to journalists, best-selling authors, entrepreneurs and innovative global leaders. Below, we have highlighted some of our most talked-about and requested female voices. Responsible for inspiring millions, these women continue to empower audiences worldwide:

Nadya Okamoto 
Gen Z Social Entrepreneur & Branding Expert, Founder & Executive Director of PERIOD 
Nadya shares her story on overcoming adversity, instability and abuse, and how she turned her past into a platform for activism. Now a rising junior at Harvard, she's grown her organization to be a leading force in the Menstrual Movement, has run for public office and recently published her debut book, Period Power. 

Paola Mendoza 
Artistic Director for the Women’s March, Critically Acclaimed Director & Author 
Paola’s unique perspective as a Women’s March founder, an unapologetic feminist and an artist will inspire students to channel their power as young people to change America. In a compelling talk on the power of women, Paola shares how she forged a path to success under the most challenging circumstances.  

Samantha Fuentes 
Survivor of the Parkland Florida Shooting
After the mass shooting at her high school almost killed her, Samantha made it her purpose in life to uplift the voices of the silenced and remind us that ALL our experiences matter. A passionate champion for human rights, she believes women have the power to make the world a better, stronger place. 

Ana Maria Archila
Co-Executive Director of the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) 
Ana captured national attention when she confronted Senator Jeff Flake in a Senate elevator during the Kavanaugh nomination hearings. An example of the impact that women can have when they speak out and act together, she inspires young women to find their own voice, build power and change history.  

Feminista Jones 
Intersectionality Expert, Author & Award-Winning Blogger 
The author of two books, Push The Button and The Secret of Sugar Water, Feminista Jones uses her writing to challenge the ideals of traditional feminism with a focus on intersectional feminism. In her customized college talks, she truly gets to know her audience and helps them realize their voices matter. 

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