Make this year the year that you inspire real change within your team and organisation with our LGBTQ keynote speakers. Whether you're looking to create a more welcoming and supportive environment for LGBTQ employees or hoping to foster greater understanding and empathy among team members, our speakers can help you achieve your goals.

Top LGBQT keynote speakers

Ben Hunte

Develop your team's understanding of the issues facing the LGBTQ+ community globally and empower them as allies with Ben Hunte, the BBC's first LGBTQ correspondent and senior reporter for VICE. Ben hopes to bring the voices of those who feel they aren't being heard to the front, saying "‘There are a lot of marginalised voices that need to be given a mouthpiece."

India Willoughby

Foster a more inclusive and diverse workplace culture guided by the groundbreaking experiences and insights of India Willoughby, the world's first transgender TV newsreader and inspiring role model. India is passionate about LGBTQ causes, trans rights and achieving gender equity.

Zing Tseng

Get an insight into arts, culture, and identity with Zing Tsjeng, executive editor of VICE UK, journalist and author of Forgotten Women. She specialises in women's and LGBTQ rights, politics, culture and lifestyle.

Charlie Martin

Discover how transitioning enabled race car driver Charlie Martin to become her most authentic self and ultimately achieve the impossible. Her mission is to make LGBTQ history as the first transgender driver to compete at the oldest and greatest endurance race the World, the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Max Seigel

Enhance your organisation's inclusivity and understanding of LGBTQ experiences with Max Siegel, speaker, DEI consultant, and transgender activist. Max is a great person to discuss LGBTQ identities, ally-ship and his own experiences as a trans man with your team, at any time of the year.

Stephanie Hirst

Inspire your team to believe in their potential and achieve their goals with Stephanie Hirst, speaker, 'Believe Achieve' advocate and DEI expert. Broadcaster Stephanie created 'Believe Achieve' to help educate those who want to learn more about LGBTQ issues along with motivating people to reach their potential in life.

Jamie Windust 

Strike a pose and learn how inclusion lets everyone thrive with Jamie Windust, speaker, editor, model and diversity advocate. Jamie  graduated in Fashion Management and Marketing from UCA in 2018, and has gone on to become a champion for LGBTQ issues in the fashion industry and beyond, shining a light on what it means to be a non-binary person in Britain today.

Asad Dhunna

Expand your horizons and foster inclusion in your business with Asad Dhunna, an inspirational speaker and marketing and diversity expert. Previously the Director of Communications for Pride in London in a voluntary capacity, Asad is also a board trustee for akt, the UK’s leading LGBTQ homelessness charity, and a board advisor for Spark & Co, a community-led organisation supporting individuals from minority backgrounds.

Dame Inga Beale

Gain insights into motivation, management, finance, and diversity from an LGBTQ perspective with Dame Inga Beale, speaker and former CEO of Lloyd's of London. Inga is also a fantastic speaker for your International Women's Day Events.

Gary ‘Plastic Boy’ Thompson

Discover the power of boundary-breaking beauty and embrace LGBTQ diversity in makeup with Gary Thompson, speaker, makeup artist, blogger, and influencer known as "The Plastic Boy."

Book your LGBTQ speaker today

Contact PepTalk today (email hello@peptalk.cc) to learn more about our LGBTQ keynote speakers and how they can help transform your workplace.

Why do we need LGBTQ keynote speakers?

A lack of acceptance and inclusivity often leads to a breakdown in our teams and communities. Hosting an LGBTQ speaker will inspire positive change and the creation of inclusive spaces. Consider hiring a speaker for an event focussed on:

  • International Transgender Day of Visibility (March)
  • Lesbian Visibility Day (April)
  • International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (May)
  • Pride Month (June)
  • Bisexual Awareness Week (September)
  • National Coming Out Day (October 11)
  • LGBTQ History Month (February in the UK, October in the US)
  • Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) (November 20)

Our experienced roster of LGBTQ speakers is available to help you raise awareness and inspire a better, more diverse, and inclusive world. Interested? Email us at hello@peptalk.cc for information on these speakers, LGBTQ event themes, and more. The final word, however, goes to Lady Gaga:

“Don’t you ever let a soul in the world tell you that you can’t be exactly who you are.” – Lady Gaga