National Inclusion Week 2023 Speakers
25th September - 1st October
National Inclusion Week is an annual event that encourages inclusivity and diversity in the workplace. The theme for National Inclusion Week 2023 is ‘Take Action Make Impact.’ Encouraging all organisations to engage in meaningful conversations about diversity and inclusion, this important week helps us to take steps towards creating more inclusive environments.
At The Speakers Agency, we believe that one of the most impactful ways to engage with this theme and to deepen understanding of inclusion is by inviting an external speaker to share their insights and experiences. Here’s why this could be a game-changer for your organisation:
Fresh Perspectives: Our speakers bring unique viewpoints, challenging preconceptions and encouraging innovative thinking.
Inspiration and Motivation: Our compelling speakers can inspire your team to take action and motivate them to make changes that promote inclusion.
Education: Our experts provide valuable insights and knowledge about diversity and inclusion, offering a learning experience that you may not have access to otherwise.
Stimulate Dialogue: Our speakers stimulate conversation among employees, fostering a culture of openness and mutual respect.
Our speakers are passionate about what they do, and they are committed to helping organisations like yours create a more inclusive and accepting workplace. We understand that every organisation is different, and we’ll work with you to find the perfect speaker for your event.
Join us in celebrating National Inclusion Week 2023 and ‘Take Action Make Impact’ by booking a speaker for your team.
Jaxon Feeley is a proud Advocate for the Transgender Community. He is a Podcast Host and Motivational Speaker. Jax’s message is not about gender, it is about life and showing everyone that they have the power to be 100% authentic.
Colin Jackson CBE is a Multiple Gold Medallist and World Record Holder Olympic Hurdler. He is also an instantly recognisable TV & Radio Broadcaster. Colin Jackson CBE is a hugely important figurehead for diversity, inclusion, and mental health. His openness and honesty of his own personal experiences has captivated the media and live audiences alike.
Lee Ridley is the Newcastle-born extraordinary comedian known as Lost Voice Guy. Despite being unable to speak, with his sharp wit and a one-of-a-kind style, Lee has carved a niche for himself in the world of comedy. Lee has also emerged as a captivating keynote speaker, gripping audiences with his insightful yet humorous talks on topics such as Diversity and Inclusion and Disability Awareness.
Laura Bates is the activist and best-selling author of Everyday Sexism (shortlisted for Waterstones Book of the Year) and The Sunday Times bestsellers Girl Up and Misogynation. She is a leading voice on the subject of Gender Equality and has worked with some of the biggest companies around the world to tackle inequality and misogyny, particularly in the workplace.
Ayo Sokale is a BBC BiteSize Presenter, Civil Engineer and the Former Deputy Mayor of Reading. She possess a wealth of talents and can speak on a broad range of subjects including race, Women in STEM, Neurodiversity and her experiences of living with Asperger’s.
I. Stephanie Boyce is instantly recognised as the first president of colour of the Law Society of England and Wales, serving her Presidency from March 2021 to October 2022. She is also the longest serving President in the Society’s history to date. An impressive keynote speaker, Stephanie is a leading voice on subjects such as Social Mobility, Resilience, Diversity and Inclusion and the Justice System.