Interested in

being a speaker on a

Speakers Who Dare

stage?

We are committed to giving a platform to speakers who have daring ideas that need to be heard.

Deadline to apply is October 30

We invest in our speakers.

If you are selected to be on our stage, you get all of the following…

Visibility and Promotion:

Public announcement of selected speakers
Social media graphics pushed out on all our social channels
Feature in our website photo gallery
Feature in our event program
Embed capabilities of a professionally recorded and edited video
Promotion of your video on our YouTube channel
Featured guest on award-winning podcast, The Big Talk

Community Support:

Virtual networking event
Private Facebook group
Exclusive cocktail party
Exclusive speaker lunch
Personal introductions to NYC talent

On-Stage Preparedness:

Script analysis
Slide deck review
Performance direction
Private rehearsal
Group tech rehearsal
Audio tech assistance during the show

Established Credibility:

Wardrobe consultation
Copywriting assistance
Online image and visibility coaching
Professional event photography
Professional event sound and lighting

When you share your message from our stage, it creates the ripple effect that is needed to ignite change in the world.

Please note that there is a $100 fee to apply to ensure that we only receive applications from those serious about being on our stage.

These fees go towards the speaker cocktail party and lunch, online publicity, coaching, rehearsal space, professional stage crew, video editing, and other support for those chosen. This fee is nonrefundable.

There is no additional fee at the time of acceptance other than a two 
half day ticket commitment for your guests to attend the show.

Our Daring Speaker Alumni

Marc Cordon

A Revolution of Joy

Mari Carmen Pizzaro

The Impact of the Self Imposed Glass Ceiling

Dr. Kristina Hallett

Watching a Talk Happen

Jason Harris

The Power of Storytelling

Nydia Han

Creating Community

Tracey Wik

The Influence in a Zip Code

Rachit Kansal

How a Mass Mobilization of Art Can Save Our Planet

Amy O’Neill

Beyond Survival: Resiliency Redefined

Rocco Cozza

The Practice of Kindness

Stephanie Simpson

Artists Can Save the World

Theresa Nguyen

Immigration: A Lack of Access to the American Dream

Jazz Biancci

A Talk Happens

Sarah Nannen

Being a Renegade Widow

Mike Shereck

Man Up

Alexis Fuentes

For the Love of Hate

Terence A. Monahan

The Importance of Neighborhood Policing

Tonya Harris

Discrimination and Mental Health

Marla Schultz

Becoming an Accidental Advocate

George Andriopoulos

(Not Just) For Profit

Charreah K. Jackson

Wake Up Calls: Conquer Loneliness and Live Longer

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