Speeches & Presentations

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Inspire + Engage

Combining storytelling, research, and practical insights to support your event and help audiences align their intentions with their aspirations for change.


LaTanya is a sought after speaker and an emerging voice on social change and philanthropy. She inspires audiences with a credible and compelling message that challenges complacency. 


Presentations on change often emphasize needs, scarcity, and what is broken. LaTanya goes deeper, motivating audiences to use their head and hearts to discover new possibilities.

  

Known for her authenticity and interactive style, LaTanya speaks at private events and for corporate and nonprofit meetings, retreats, and conferences.


Topics 

  • How Does Change Happen?
  • What Women Give: Philanthropy & Social Change
  • Giving Shifts: How Can Donors of Color Catalyze Change?
  • Giving for Good


Audiences have included: AFP Global (Association of Fundraising Professionals), Community Investment Network, Wells Fargo Private Bank, The Women’s Fund, New Giving Collective, Texas Conference for Women, City of San Antonio, Prairie View A&M University, Lonestar College Women's Conference, and NeighborWorks Training Institute.


LaTanya is based in the Houston, Texas and available for domestic and international travel. Speaking fees and proposals are available upon request. LaTanya provides a limited number of pro bono presentations each year. 


If you don’t see the topic you’re looking for, please contact me. Custom presentations can be developed.

“Thank you so much for being a part. Your contribution was wonderful!” 

-Debbie Marley, Program Development Director, The Women’s Fund

  

"LaTanya was one of the first individuals I considered when I wanted to offer my class a mix of theory and practice. She helped redefine philanthropy for many of the students. Due to her presentation, several students now consider themselves a philanthropist and are thinking of ways to make long-term impact through innovative and strategic giving."

-Tiffany D. Thomas

Assistant Professor, Community Development Graduate Program, Prairie View A&M University

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