Non-Profit Speakers

Non-profit organizations can gain a great deal of publicity and support through hiring an African-American public speaker from Great Black Speakers to appear at their next charity event. Affectively raise awareness of your non-profit organization’s message through presentations from the world’s best African-American public speakers, lecturers and scholars in the field of charitable organizations. We have collected the greatest names in non-profit and humanitarian work to address your function attendees on the goals and action plans of your charity. Book your entertainment through Great Black Speakers to find the most highly recommended public speakers for non-profit organizations.

Kimberly Bryant

Founder, Black Girls Code; Aspen Institute Fellow; 2015 Apple STEM Partner

Kimberly Bryant            Coming from humble beginnings, Kimberly Bryant is no stranger to hard work. As a young girl, she developed an uncommon passion for math and science which eventually lead her to the prestigious Vanderbilt University where she majored in Electrical Engineering and minored in Math.   Often being the only minority in her classes, she entered the work force in the same predicament. This disconnect continued int...


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Melody Jones

“What started out as one mile became a life-long journey. Don’t be afraid to travel that mile!”

Melody R. Jones         When asked, "Who is Melody," some would say a humanitarian. Other might say she is the voice fof the voiceless. But if you ask her, she will tell you she is just someone who started on a journey that began as one mile, unsure at times where she was headed, but was not afraid of where the journey would lead her.Armed with tenacity and an unwavering will in making a difference, Melody founded Reaching the Youth o...


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Laquita C. Blockson, Ph.D.            Dr. Blockson, also known as the Business Renaissance Guru, is an organizational effectiveness expert who specializes in entrepreneurial ethics, minority- and women-owned businesses, and urban economic development.   Dr. Blockson earned her doctorate in Business Ethics, Strategy and Public Policy from the University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Graduate School of Business and her baccalaureate and master...


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Dr. Patricia Williams Bennett

Health care advocate for health education and the elimination of disparities for minority wellness and care.

Dr. Patricia Williams Bennett            Dr. Bennett is a Podiatric Surgeon. Her educational background includes a B.S. degree in Biology from Morgan State University, M.S. in Biology from Atlanta University where she demonstrated her expertise in electrophoretic techniques. Her Master’s thesis on the biochemical separation of proteins is a technique used for forensic DNA identification. Her work includes experience in both private practice and...


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Alison Vaughn

Awared-Winning Entrepreneur, Public Speaker & Community Advocate • Founder & CEO of Jackets for Jobs, Inc.

Alison Vaughn         A decade of making a difference in the community.       Alison Vaughn is an award winning entrepreneur, and founder and CEO of Jackets for Jobs, Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides employment etiquette, career skills training and professional clothing to low-income individuals. Since opening its doors in 2000, Jackets for Jobs has assisted more than 16,000 individuals in their pursuit of employment. This...


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