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Our keynotes are designed to fit your audience and theme, and can vary from 20 minutes to two hours. While presenting the latest research and insights on social justice, we bring people into the conversation with personal stories, humor, and time for self-reflection.


We believe the best keynotes leave people with greater awareness and inspiration in their role as change agents.

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  • Understanding and Embracing Cultural Diversity, The Arc National Conference

  • Celebrating Black History Month—A Call to Action, Ballard High School

  • Working with African American Children & Families, Black Child Development Institute 

  • Social Justice in Action: One Act at a Time, The Bush School

  • Cultural Competence in the 21st Century, City of Seattle, Early Learning Network

  • Communicating Across Cultures, Faculty and Staff of Color Conference: 

  • Understanding and Preventing Race-Bias Hate Crimes within the Higher Education Setting, Green River Community College

  • Addressing Racial Equity in Early Learning: A Social Imperative of the 21st Century, Head Start of Lane County

  • Engaging African American Families, Japanese Presbyterian Church  

  • Journey Towards Social Justice, North Seattle Community College  

  • Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Keeping the Commitment, Northwest Public Employees Diversity Conference

  • The Fierce Courage and Love to Stand for Justice, Peninsula High School Martin Luther King Day

  • Addressing Racial Equity in Early Learning: A Social Imperative of the 21st Century, Head Start of Lane County

  • Co-creating Inclusive Communities, PNAIS

  • Creating Habits of Becoming: One Step at A Time, Catholic Community Services

  • What Educators of Color Can Do To Close the Opportunity Gap, Washington Education Association 

  • Cross Cultural Communication, Washington State Department of Health Diversity Day

“Dr. Hollins gave a captivating keynote at the PNAIS Co-creating Inclusive Communities Workshop.  She shared her personal and academic experience and as well as her own reflective writing, to deliver a powerful, thought-provoking and inspiring lecture.  In the words on one attendee, ‘We could not have asked for a better keynote speaker."

Emily McGrath, MBA, CNPA

Director of Professional Development, PNAIS

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