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Founder and President, Latina Leadership Collective; Speaker on Leadership & Development; Author
Founder of the Latina Leadership Collective, Ana Larrea-Albert is an executive coach, international speaker, and author. Hey keynotes center around embracing change, using your capacity to learn, growing into your strengths, and acknowledging areas where improvement is necessary, encouraging leaders to adapt for long-term success. She is dedicated to changing the narrative of Latina professionals and founded the Latina Leadership Collective to help move the representation needle by equipping Latinas to step into their power.
Award-Winning Poet, Performer, & Educator
Denice Frohman is an award-winning poet whose work explores the intersections of race/ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and the “in-betweenness” that exists in us all.
Author & Actress from Orange is the New Black & Jane the Virgin
Named one of the top 10 Latina actresses to watch by Variety magazine, Diane Guerrero draws from her personal and professional experiences to inspire audiences that success is possible—no matter the obstacles in your way.
Burn Survivor, Army Veteran, Actor, & Bestselling Author
J.R. Martinez is an Army veteran, burn survivor, actor, motivational speaker, New York Times best-selling author, and Dancing with the Stars season 13 winner. J.R. travels the world spreading his message of resilience and optimism and does it all with a smile.
Host of HUSTLE on VICELAND
John Henry is a serial entrepreneur, TV Personality, and Partner at Harlem Capital, a diversity-focused early-stage venture capital firm on a mission to change the face of entrepreneurship.
Keynote Speaker: Olympic Gold Medal Winning U.S. Gymnast & Winner of Season 23 of "Dancing With The Stars"
Since bringing home the Gold and Silver medals at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Laurie has gone on to win the coveted Mirror ball trophy on “Dancing with the Stars” Season 23 and has had two New York Times Best Sellers. She is a second generation American, as her grandparents are from Puerto Rico, making her the first U.S. born Latina to make the U.S. team since 1984. Laurie was also the gymnastics analyst for Peacock and the Olympic Channel for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Acting is one of her biggest passions and she has done cameos, voiceovers, and hosting. Laurie is currently attending New York University where she is a theater major.
Shereen Marisol Meraji
Host/Correspondent, NPR's Code Switch
Shereen Marisol Meraji is an award-winning journalist and the co-host and senior producer of NPR’s Code Switch podcast about race, identity and culture. Code Switch is the only podcast about race that's talking about all of us: our histories, how we're represented, the ways we work together and against each other.