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Celebrating Women’s History Month: Take a Look at These Influential Speakers for Your Campus

12 Feb 2020

Celebrating Women’s History Month: Take a Look at These 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:

MAYIM BIALIK
Talented and multifaceted, Bialik—best known for her roles on Blossom and The Big Bang Theory—has a Ph.D. in neuroscience, studies Judaism and practices natural living.

MELISSA HARRIS-PERRY
A former award-winning host on MSNBC, Harris-Perry is the Maya Angelou Presidential Chair at Wake Forest University and is committed to diversifying American journalism.

ANGELA DAVIS
Drawing from her experience on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List and the ensuing “Free Angela Davis” campaign, writer and feminist Davis delivers riveting messages of tolerance.

JACLYN CORIN
A survivor of the Parkland Shooting, Corin is a leading activist for ending gun violence. As the co-founder/organizer of March For Our Lives, she continues to fight for social justice.

NADYA OKAMOTO
A breakthrough social entrepreneur, Harvard student, Gen Z branding authority, author and member of the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 list, Okamoto leads PERIOD, the largest youth-run NGO in women’s health.

GINA MCCARTHY
Former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator McCarthy has dedicated her 35-year career in public service to addressing today's critical environmental issues and protecting the natural resources we all depend on.

LAUREN SIMMONS
Simmons made history at 23 years old when she became the youngest female and second-ever African American woman working as a trader at the New York Stock Exchange in 225 years.

IRIN CARMON
New York Magazine senior correspondent and CNN contributor, Carmon co-authored the New York Times bestseller Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.