Active Minds Speakers

More than one million people have heard our speakers’ stories of hope since 2009

our mental health speakers give hope a voice

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Our professional speakers provide engaging, encouraging, and safe mental health education that’s tailored for students, young adults, educators, professional groups, and other audiences.

Research shows that peer-to-peer outreach is the best way to reduce the stigma that surrounds mental health and encourage people, especially students, to seek help if they need it. That’s why Active Minds speakers are so effective. Their personal stories show that mental health struggles are common and there is both help and hope. Their relatable presentations interweave key mental health messages, creating an inspiring and educational experience for your audience.

Contact us to find out how to bring one of our acclaimed speakers to your location for a memorable lecture, keynote, workshop, or other speaking engagement.

upcoming public speaking engagements

  • October 21Eastern Oklahoma State College featuring Kai Roberts (private) Wilburton, OK

  • October 28Bloomberg LP featuring Frank Warren (private) New York, NY

  • October 29Carthage College featuring Colleen Coffey Kenosha, WI

  • October 29Binghamton University featuring Frank Warren Binghamton, NY

  • November 12Wisconsin Family Ties Featuring David Romano Madison, WI

  • November 13Miami University of Ohio featuring Colleen Coffey Oxford, OH

  • November 13Herkimer College featuring Stacy Pershall Herkimer, NY

  • January 29The John Cooper School featuring Alison Malmon (private) The Woodlands, TX

  • January 29Rise Kohyang High School featuring Pablo Campos (private) Los Angeles, CA

  • February 4Southern Methodist University featuring Colleen Coffey Dallas, TX

Many of our students are first generation students from often complicated backgrounds who could easily relate to Danée’s struggles. They presented to a full auditorium and made an incredible impression with their message of persistence, hope, and the encouragement to seek help.

Rose Andrejczyk