Have You Planned Your Women's History Month Event Yet? Let us help! We Have Speakers Available In-Person or Virtually.
18 Jan 2022
Every year March marks Women's History Month, a time to celebrate the powerful roles of women throughout history. 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. Check out some of our most sought-after female voices below. These speakers are available for either in-person or virtual events.
ADMIRAL MICHELLE J. HOWARD (RETIRED)
A groundbreaking leader during her 35-year career in the U.S. Navy, Howard was the first woman to achieve the rank of four-star admiral and the first woman to be appointed to the position of Vice Chief of Naval Operations.
PRESIDENT ELLEN JOHNSON SIRLEAF
Known as “Africa’s Iron Lady,” Nobel Laureate Sirleaf was Liberia's first female President and won international acclaim for leading the country through the Ebola Crisis and reconciliation following her nation’s decade-long civil war.
PRESIDENT MARY ROBINSON
One of the world’s most respected advocates for human rights and Ireland’s first woman President, Robinson leads the mission of the Mary Robinson Foundation—Climate Justice.
Honored as one of the most powerful women in the media and entertainment industries, Lee led BET Networks to become the largest global company dedicated to African-American programming.
One of Hollywood’s most respected and successful executives, Lansing is a former chairman of 20th Century Fox and Paramount Pictures. She is also a philanthropist raising millions for cancer research and education.
As a real estate broker, avid public speaker and the first female cast member of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York, Jordan has brokered an astounding half a billion dollars in sales.
Outspoken, energizing and inspirational, actress Najimy is passionately committed to equality, women’s leadership and issues ranging from increasing cancer research to LGBTQ rights.