Doyin, the keynote speaker
You may know Doyin as a fatherhood advocate, but that's selling him short. He is a relatable, engaging, funny, intelligent, and (most importantly) highly-effective keynote speaker for conferences, colleges, and corporations. Doyin's passion for embracing diversity and feminism, overcoming stigmas of mental illness, and destroying toxic masculinity will leave your audience feeling empowered and inspired.
A few of Doyin's Recent Speaking Events
- 2018 SHE Summit keynote speaker (October 2018)
- 2018 Cal State University Los Angeles
- 2018 Influential Summit opening keynote
- 2018 Access Books Conference opening keynote at UCLA
- 2018 Plum Organics "Keeping It Together" event
- 2018 African-American Read-In
- 2017 Iowa Community Partnerships for Protecting Children (CPPC) opening keynote and workshop
- 2017 Los Angeles Times Book Fair
- 2017 Dad 2.0 Summit keynote
- 2017 PwC keynote
- 2016 Facebook HQ keynote
Doyin's Commencement Address
To get an idea of Doyin's style, check out his commencement address with over 3,000 people in attendance.
Creating the Woke Workplace
In order to get the best from your employees, they have to feel safe and comfortable at work. Micro-aggressions, off-color comments, and unconscious racial biases can add unnecessary stress to employees of color, and can negatively impact productivity and retention rates. This is preventable, but will your organization be proactive about it? Or will you be reactive and potentially lose money and credibility by trying to fix the problem after a PR crisis?
This 8-hour workshop will provide your organization with a way to find your blindspots and become more connected to the issues employees of color encounter on a daily basis.
During this workshop you will:
- Discover your unconscious racial biases and take the proper steps to overcome them
- Review the main micro-aggressions employees of color encounter and learn how to eliminate them
- Be introduced to the W.O.K.E model of creating safe and productive workplace for all employees