Motivational Speakers

LGBTQ+ Speakers

Online or face to face, we connect organisations to the most inspirational LGBTQ+ Speakers on the planet.

We work on events and conferences globally, connecting organisations from across sectors to high-impact thought-leaders and subject matter experts. We hand-pick the most inspirational LGTBQ+ Speakers for your event.



Charlie Martin

Racing driver, transgender, diversity role model & Stonewall Sports Champion. Charlie is also highly successful in a range of adventure sports including surfing, snowboarding & trail running.

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Ben Smith

Ben is a social entrepreneur, mental health charity founder, award winning global adventurer, fundraiser, author and inspirational speaker. From attempting suicide twice to running 401 marathons in 401 days, we challenge you not to find something in Ben’s life story that isn’t relatable.

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Col Dame Kelly Holmes

Colonel Dame Kelly Holmes is a British icon and an inspiration

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Helen Richardson-Walsh MBE

Midfield maestro Helen is one of the most experienced members of the GB women’s team. Having started her international career in 1999 at the age of 17, she became the youngest ever woman to represent GB hockey at an Olympics in Sydney the following year, and has gone on to compete at four Olympic Games.

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Martina Navratilova

Martina Navratilova, tennis player extraordinaire, took women’s tennis to a new level with her speed, determination and agility. She won the Wimbledon women’s singles title a record nine times and has been described by many as “the greatest singles, doubles, and mixed doubles player who’s ever lived”.

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Amazin LeThi

Amazin shares her personal journey of homelessness to becoming one of the most visible and influential LGBTQ+ advocates in the world.

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Reverend Richard Coles

Richard Coles is an English musician, journalist and Church of England priest. The Reverend Richard Coles is the presenter of Saturday Live on BBC Radio 4 and regularly appears on BBC TV shows such as Have I Got News For You and QI.

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Matt Lindley

Matt Lindley is an airline and ex RAF Royal Squadron Pilot. He shares his story of being one of the first openly gay pilots in the armed forces, a story of self-motivation, determination and drive which led to his dream of joining the RAF fulfilled.

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John Amaechi OBE

Professor John Amaechi OBE is a respected organisational psychologist, and the Leadership Transformation Expert at APS Intelligence LTD, the consultancy he founded in 2006. At APS Intelligence, John and his team of specialists’ partner with businesses to build bespoke programmes focused on executive coaching and behavioural change that help create effective leaders and authentic and ethical cultures. This is what John believes leads to sustainable organisational growth and high performance while ensuring the dignity and well-being of all colleagues.

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Gina Battye

Founder and CEO of The Psychological Safety Institute, Global Leader in Workplace Psychological Safety & Inclusion & Creator of The 5 Pillars & Hierarchy of Psychological Safety.

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Matt Ellison

Matt Ellison is an inspiring and thought provoking transgender speaker, powerfully exploring topics around Diversity & Inclusion, LGBTQ+, Resilience, Courage and Change.

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Colin Jackson CBE

A World Record holder, much loved media personality and inspirational speaker, Colin Jackson is a national treasure and one of the most well-known athletes in Great Britain.

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Donna Fraser

Donna Fraser is a 4 time Team GB Olympian, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Specialist and Breast Cancer Now Ambassador, as well as being a member of the Sport Honours Committee and the NED British Athletes Commission.

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Mark Foster

Since Mark Foster burst onto the international swimming scene at the age of 16 and represented England at the 1986 Commonwealth Games, he went on to represent his country many more times and is more decorated than any other English male swimmer.

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Kate Richardson-Walsh OBE

Kate Richardson-Walsh OBE was captain of the gold medal-winning Team GB women’s hockey team that made waves with their performances in Rio.

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Fox & Owl

Fox and Ugla (Owl) are inspirational campaigners, authors and film makers. They both have over a decade of experience in delivering talks, trainings or more informal chats about LGBTQIA+ issues for groups, charities and businesses. You might know them from an interview on Good Morning Britain, where they famously went head to head with Piers Morgan to talk about being non-binary, in a conversation that went viral shortly after.

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