Cam Adair

Cam Adair

Cam Adair shares a hopeful message of habit control and management, empowering students to explore personal growth, take control of their lives, and ask for help when they need it.

Travis Apgar

Travis Apgar

Travis Apgar has a mission – to abolish hazing. Sharing his own personal experiences, he’s speaking on campuses to inspire others to help end hazing once and for all.

Victoria Alexander

Victoria Alexander

Inquire about this speaker Victoria Alexander Victoria Alexander is on a mission to raise critical consciousness in students to help them explore their racial and social identities, build anti-racist communities, create social change. Topics ▪Diversity & Inclusion ▪Fraternity & Sorority Life ▪Social Justice ▪Leadership ▪Orientation ▪Residence Life Keynotes ▪A Little Black Book on Confronting Anti-Blackness▪On Wednesdays, We Topple the Cis-Heteronormative White Supremacist Patriarchy▪What do we mean, “Values Based Organizations”? Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality in Fraternity and Sorority Life   VideoBioAnti-Racist GuideBlogsEvent Resources Victoria’s Bio Victoria Alexander is a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion practitioner whose passions are rooted in anti-racist pedagogy, critical consciousness building, and experiences of Black students in predominately white institutions. The aim of her work is to challenge the myths regarding the historical and present-day distributions of power, investigate the role of racism and anti-racism in social, professional, and educational spaces, and empower people to analyze their own social identities and positions within systems of power. Victoria Alexander is currently a PhD student at the University of Maryland College of Education, studying Higher Education. The Anti-Racist Resource Guide was created for anyone looking to broaden their understanding of anti-racism and get involved to combat racism, specifically as it relates to anti-Blackness and police violence. Within this guide, please find a variety of resources to explore practical ways to understand, explain, and solve seemingly intractable problems of racial inequity, white supremacy, police violence, & systemic injustice. You can download this 6 Page Resource Free Here. Victoria’s Blogs The following are past entries Victoria has written for the CAMPUSPEAK Speaker’s Voice Blog Black Lives Matter A Year After...
Austin Arias

Austin Arias

Austin Arias is a leadership expert who uses personal stories and experiences to help students have an impact on their communities, grow personally & ensure their organizations have a lasting legacy.

Dr. Lori Bednarchik

Dr. Lori Bednarchik

Dr. Lori Bednarchik talks with students, not to them. Creating a judgement-free space, Lori hopes to have honest, uncensored, positive conversations about sexual assault prevention and healthy relationships.

Eboné Bell

Eboné Bell

Inquire about this speaker Eboné Bell The future of diversity includes transformation, connection, acceptance, and real change. Eboné Bell doesn’t want to just create change, she believes in creating intentional change. She encourages students to discover and explore how they show up in the world. Topics ▪Diversity & Inclusion ▪Social Justice ▪Leadership ▪LGBTQ+ Focused ▪Black History Month Keynotes ▪Diversity Without Tokenizing ▪How to be a Good Ally VideoBioBlogsEvent Resources Eboné’s Bio Eboné Bell is a business owner, speaker, and trailblazer who shines bright in the world of entrepreneurship, LGBTQ issues, media, and activism. She is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Tagg Magazine and Tagg Communication LLC. After seeing a lack of LGBTQ women represented in local publications, she decided to start a magazine and website to tell stories, provide resources, and create events. In 2018, Eboné founded the Tagg Scholarship Fund—a scholarship created specifically for young, queer, women of color who can’t afford to attend school. She was recently featured in Forbes Magazine as an “Inspiring Black Entrepreneur Changing Our World.” In addition to running a successful business, she shares her knowledge and passion at conferences, festivals, schools, and similar events across the country. As a keynote speaker, Eboné is well known for her warm energy and transparency. She is not afraid to have tough conversations. She encourages students to discover how they show up in the world. Her humor makes her approachable to students on and off-stage. Her commitment to connection is what makes her a dynamic and unforgettable speaker. Eboné’s Blogs The following are past entries Eboné has written for the CAMPUSPEAK Speaker’s Voice Blog Black History...
Darryl Bellamy Jr.

Darryl Bellamy Jr.

How would your life, organization, and campus be better if you were more fearless? Darryl Bellamy Jr. guides students with the knowledge and techniques they need to identify and overcome some of their biggest fears.

Kaylon Blake

Kaylon Blake

Creating an experience in every presentation, Kaylon Blake uses his down to earth personality and southern charm to inspire student to become change agents of leadership.

Chris Butsch

Chris Butsch

To conquer depression, Chris studied happiness in 31 countries, interviewing hundreds of psychologists, CEOs, monks, millionaires, and millennials. Using humor, psychology, and stories from around the world, Chris helps students increase member engagement, build meaningful relationships, and improve mental health for a happier life. 

Alexa Carlin

Alexa Carlin

Alexa Carlin is on a mission to make a difference in at least one persons life every single day. Through her authentic energy and impactful stories, Alexa empowers students to push through obstacles, develop a positive mindset, and build unwavering courage and confidence.

Dr. Lauren Cook

Dr. Lauren Cook

Ask Lauren Cook and she will tell you, happiness isn’t something to strive for, it’s something to practice each and every day. Lauren shows audiences how they can master everyday happiness with something simple: practice.

Rachel DeAlto

Rachel DeAlto

Rachel DeAlto helps students develop essential interpersonal skills in order to create healthier relationships, exhibit stronger leadership, and build authentic connections.

Mike Dilbeck

Mike Dilbeck

As a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), Mike is a leading expert on courage, dignity and integrity. Mike’ mission is to create a world where we all know we are valuable and worthy. He empowers students to stand up, step in, and speak out for what’s right — to show courage. He empowers students to focus on building others up rather than tearing them down — to honor dignity. He empowers students to do what they say they will do and to honor their word — to act with integrity…no matter what!

Kinja Dixon

Kinja Dixon

After finding success in sales at a young age, Kinja Dixon was able to retire at 34 and devote himself entirely to helping others achieve personal success – by their own definition.

Saul Flores

Saul Flores

Saul Flores walked 5,328 miles through ten countries to document how grueling and dangerous the journey of immigrants to the United States can be and to raise money for an elementary school in Atencingo, Mexico.

Dr. Erin Foley

Dr. Erin Foley

College students want many things: fun, friends, success, and an opportunity to find their own way toward a fulfilling, happy life. Dr. Erin Foley teaches students how to build a STRONG LIFE.

Tara Fuller

Tara Fuller

Tara Fuller engages audiences in how to embrace differences. She makes hard conversations accessible by sharing her own stories of seeking to belong.

Brady Gill

Brady Gill

Brady Gill reawakens love for play and shows how investing a little regular play into your life can have huge pay offs both professionally and personally.

Bobby Gordon

Bobby Gordon

Whether we choose to admit it or not, drugs are on campus and exposure to them can be a detrimental part of the college experience. Only through honest and open conversation can we reach students and give them the information they need to make better informed decisions.

Tom Healy

Tom Healy

Tom Healy has a simple theory: If you put a group of great people together and rally them around a common vision, it is impossible for them not to be successful.