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Choosing the Right Speakers For Celebrating Heritage & Diversity

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In our increasingly interconnected world, the appreciation and understanding of diverse people and histories is essential — and not just to tick a box. Honoring diversity improves belonging, improving work culture and the bottom line. Thoughtful events, workshops, and discussion can go a long way to building culture.

While heritage months offer a focused time to reflect on the contributions, struggles, and stories of various communities, the need for diverse voices spans all events and gatherings. 

NAL Speakers Bureau, proudly led by a Black woman, offers voices that not only recount history but inspire futures and enhance event culture universally. 

We’ve created a guide for heritage months below. Want to know more? Send us an email!

February: Black History Month

Black History Month provides a profound opportunity to delve into the rich narratives of Black individuals who have shaped the nation. Speakers from NAL not only honor these stories but also contextualize them in today’s struggles and triumphs, providing a lens into the resilience and creativity of the Black community. Their voices enrich any event, contributing to a more inclusive and understanding community atmosphere.

March: Women’s History Month

This month shines a light on the contributions of women throughout history. NAL’s speakers, by sharing stories of pioneering women, foster an understanding that empowers and uplifts, encouraging a new generation to break barriers. These stories are essential in any event seeking to promote a culture of equality and innovation.

April: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April honors the advocates, survivors, families, and communities to offer support and increase awareness around issues of sexual violence. Hear from strong survivors who share their stories with authenticity and compassion. Meet our speaker survivors offering understanding, support, and ultimately inspiration for the possibility of true recovery and joy.

May: Asian / Pacific Islander / Native Hawaiian Heritage Month

May celebrates the histories, cultures, and contributions of both Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, Native Hawaiians, and Jewish Americans. Our roster includes speakers who bring these rich histories to life, enhancing cultural appreciation and promoting inclusivity at any gathering, thereby improving the overall event culture.

June: LGBTQA+ Pride, Immigrant Heritage, Juneteenth

June is bustling with celebrations that honor the LGBTQ+ community, the vibrant cultures of the Caribbean, and the diverse stories of immigrants in America. NAL Speakers provide narratives that highlight the courage, diversity, and influence of these communities, enriching audiences with their broad perspectives and fostering a more inclusive event environment.

July: Disability Pride Month

In July, honor the history, struggles, and contributions of the disabled community on the anniversary of the passing of the Americans With Disabilities Act. Our roster includes influential disability advocates and speakers who demonstrate the power of taking pride in celebrating differences and demonstrating what’s possible.

September 15 - October 15: Hispanic Heritage Month

Skip Cinco De Mayo in favor of Hispanic Heritage Month to recognize the contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States. Our speakers articulate these impacts through engaging storytelling and insightful reflections, enhancing any event by broadening perspectives and deepening community connections.

October: Global Diversity Awareness Month

In October, the focus is on celebrating and understanding the vast array of cultures around the globe. NAL’s speakers are culture and belonging experts who help audiences navigate the complexities of our interconnected world, promoting a deeper understanding of and appreciation for global diversity, vital for any event aimed at fostering a comprehensive cultural dialogue.

November: Native American Heritage Month and Men’s Health Awareness

Native American Heritage Month is a time to celebrate rich traditions, histories, and contributions of Native Americans. Concurrently, Men’s Health Awareness focuses on male health issues. Our speakers can adeptly bridge cultural heritage with contemporary issues, promoting a healthier, more informed society and enriching all types of gatherings with their unique perspectives.

Diversity in speakers universally enhances the culture and community of any event. NAL Speakers Bureau is uniquely positioned to provide speakers who elevate these discussions, ensuring that every event is a step towards a more inclusive and connected world.


Let our speakers guide you. The insights and strategies shared by our speakers can be transformative. Let NAL Speakers Bureau be your partner in navigating this transition with keynotes, presentations, workshops, and facilitation — creating an environment where every generation thrives.

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