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AAPI Heritage Month speakers are the perfect way to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (BHM), educate your students, employees, sales teams, or community groups on the pivotal role Asian Americans have played in U.S. history, and commemorate the amazing achievements of Asian Americans in this country. Engage has a roster of hundreds of speakers, including a hand-picked selection of AAPI Heritage Month speakers based on your geographic location, budget, and speaking needs. Engage's speakers are available for in-person or virtual livestream events on our proprietary speaking platform.
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Managing Partner at Astor Perkins, TEDx, Top Global Innovation Keynote Speaker, Forbes, Singularity University Smart City Accelerator, SXSW Pitch/Accelerator, IBM Futurist, Tribeca Disruptor Foundation Fellow, National Sloan Fellow, Wiley Author
Award-winning journalist Mina Kimes is a senior writer and the host of The ESPN Daily podcast as well as a radio host and television commentator for ESPN. Since joining ESPN The Magazine in 2014, her profile has grown steadily across the company.
Shabnam Mogharabi is an entertainment executive, entrepreneur, producer, and author who leverages her storytelling expertise to give insightful, moving keynotes about the importance of joy, positive psychology, and social purpose.
Taylor Rapp is a professional football player and safety for the Los Angeles Rams in the NFL. Rapp played college football at the University of Washington where he was later a second-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Lori is lead strategist for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Stanford Graduate School of Business and cofounder of the new Stanford VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab, offering her a unique view at the intersection of the two organizations
Executive & Life Coach | Stanford GSB Facilitator | Top 5 Ranked WBECS Keynote Speaker 2020
Charlene Li has been helping people see the future. She’s an expert on digital transformation, leadership, customer experience and the future of work and the author of six books, including the New York Times bestseller “Open Leadership."
Joon Lee is a staff writer for ESPN, covering baseball mostly. He was hired by ESPN in April 2019 and previously worked at Bleacher Report and the Washington Post. He also speaks Korean and Spanish.
Pablo S. Torre is the co-host of ESPN’s new daytime show HIGH NOON (9 AM Pacific), and is a senior writer at ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com. In addition to writing, he regularly appears on many ESPN television programs.
Mark is an American actor and Martial Arts expert. He stars in the recently released John Wick 3, and has featured as The Chairman on Iron Chef America, and as Wo Fat on Hawaii 5-0 among many other roles.
Scout Bassett is an American Paralympian in Track & Field. Bassett lost her leg as a newborn baby, however, she is now one of the most prominent Paralympic athletes in the world.
Tua Tagovailoa is a professional football player and quarterback for the Miami Dolphins in the NFL. Tagovailoa played college football at the University of Alabama where he was a National Champion and All-American.
Christina rose to prominence as the CEO of Domeyard, the hedge fund she founded from her MIT Dorm room that traded more than $7.1 billion dollars a day at its height. Today, she is the CEO of Databento, an on-demand market data platform.
CEO of Aubot, World's Top 50 Women In Tech 2018
Liz Kleinrock (she/her) is a Korean-American, queer, Jewish, antibias and antiracist educator, speaker, facilitator, and author for both children and adults.