International Women's Day Speakers

International Women’s Day is a valuable opportunity to empower the female attendees at your event. Every year on the 8th of March, organisations come together to take a stand against discrimination, celebrate pinnacle achievements and promote equal opportunities, with an inspiring female speaker. Continuing the 2021 theme, #ChooseTo Challenge, the orators featured below will encourage your guests to challenge inequality and nurture an inclusive workplace environment

To book an International Women’s Day speaker, browse our selection then contact a booking agent to receive your free quote.

Ann Daniels

Record Breaking Polar Explorer & the First Woman in History to Reach the North & South Pole With an All Women Team

Bonita Norris

Youngest female to summit Mount Everest and third British female to climb Mount Lhotse

Brené Brown

Emotional intelligence expert and Five-Time New York Times Bestseller

Deborah Meaden

Entrepreneur and businesswoman best known as an investor on Dragons' Den

Eliza Manningham-Buller

Former Director-General of MI5 & Current Chair of Wellcome Trust

Immy Barclay

One of the Most Successful Female Sports Presenters in the World

Inga Beale

The First Female CEO of Lloyd’s London & Barclay's Lifetime Award Recipient

Jean Tomlin

Former HR Director for the London 2012 Olympic Games, Founder & CEO of Chanzo

Jo Fairley

Co-Founder of Fairtrade Chocolate Brand Green & Blacks & Bestselling Author

Judy Murray

Tennis Coach to The Stars Who Captained Britain’s Fed Cup team in 2011

Kanya King

Founder of the MOBO Awards & Recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award

First coined in 1909, International Women’s Day is a global celebration of female achievements. Our speakers candidly share their inspiring stories to transform perspectives, educating attendees on the gender inequalities that many women face and the value of diverse leadership.

Our virtual International Women’s Day speakers have overcome great adversity to succeed in their specific fields. Their stories of smashing glass ceilings and rewriting stereotypes serve to educate audiences and reduce the unconscious bias that holds many women back. Take a stand this International Women’s Day, and book an empowering female speaker for your online event.