Doyin Richards

Doyin Richards

Emcee, San Francisco


Author. Influencer. Keynote speaker. Daddy. Hater of racism & toxic masculinity. Lover of Swedish Fish. Liberal. Feminist. @Lakers fan. White folks say I'm well-spoken.

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Eduardo Placer

EMCee, New Jersey & New York


Story Doula, Keynote Speaker, and Global Community Builder.  He is the CEO and Founder of Fearless Communicators, an international, dynamic public speaking coaching business. He is an identical twin, and battles an acute condition called showtune-itis, where he spontaneously breaks out into song and dance.


Jennifer Brown

Keynote speaker


Bestselling Author of “Inclusion”, Keynote Speaker & Podcast Host on #TheWillToChange. #LGBTQ CEO, Founder JBC. Her next book, How To Be an Inclusive Leader, hitting shelves August 2019. she/her/hers


Tony Porter

Keynote Speaker


Author, educator, and activist working to advance social justice issues. As the CEO of A CALL TO MEN, Tony is internationally recognized for his efforts to prevent violence against women while promoting healthy, respectful manhood. He is a leading voice on issues of manhood, male socialization and its intersection with violence, and preventing violence against all women and girls. Tony’s 2010 TED Talk has been named by GQ Magazine as one of the “Top 10 TED Talks Every Man Should See.”

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Dr. Robin Rosenberg

Keynote Speaker

Robin S. Rosenberg, Ph.D., is CEO and Founder of Live in Their World. Robin is a psychologist and author of psychology textbooks and books for a general audience. She has had both psychotherapy and coaching practices, and has taught psychology classes at Harvard University and Lesley University. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology and an Assistant Clinical Faculty at University of California, San Francisco. She has been a member and Vice-Chair of the California Psychological Association Ethics Committee.

Robin’s interest in virtual reality (VR) is long-standing, and she was the lead author of a study that investigated using “VR for good.” She has combined her interest in VR with her coaching and clinical experiences to devise novel ways to help people understand how and why others may feel slighted or marginalized, and how to approach such interactions more constructively and effectively.