LGBT History Month Speakers
LGBT History Month is an annual celebration, taking place from the 1st of February to the 28th of February 2023. Commemorating the achievements of LGBT+ people throughout history, the month is also a way of raising awareness of the discrimination they have faced in years gone by, and the prejudice they continue to face today.
Book an LGBT History Month speaker to honour the achievements made by the LGBT+ community throughout history, this February.
Baroness Ruth HuntFormer CEO of Stonewall, Director of Deeds and Words & Member of the UK House of Lords
Bobbi PickardCEO of Trans In The City, Diversity & Inclusion Consultant for BP, Ambassador of MindOut & Stonewall Housing Golden Champion
Dame Kelly Holmes MBEWorld-renowned Olympic Gold Medalist, Founder and Chair of Dame Kelly Holmes Trust & Awarded an MBA for her Services to the British Army.
Geffrye ParsonsDiversity, Equity & Inclusion Consultant, and CEO & Founder of The Inclusive Imperative
Jake DanielsThe UK’s First Openly LGBT+ Male Footballer in Over 30 years, Professional Footballer at Blackpool Football Club, & Shortlisted in the Celebrity of the Year Category in the National Diversity Awards
Johannes RadebeProfessional Dancer on Strictly Come Dancing, Choreographer of the West-End Themed ‘Rusical’, Three-Time Amateur Latin South African Champion
John Amaechi OBERenowned Psychologist, Organisational Consultant, & High-Performance Executive Coach. Awarded OBE for his Service to Sport and Voluntary Sector
Justin BengryConvenor of the World's First MA in Queer History & Director of the Centre for Queer History at Goldsmiths, University of London
LGBT History Month was created back in 1994, by high school teacher Rodney Wilson. Now celebrated worldwide, LGBT History Month creates role models and represents the contributions of LGBT+ people to society. A key date in the diversity and inclusion calendar, make sure you are celebrating throughout February!
The theme of LGBT History Month 2023 is ‘Behind the Lens‘. This theme will celebrate LGBT+ people’s contribution to cinema and film, recognising the work behind the lens of everyone from directors and producers to costume designers and make-up artists.
In a world where almost 50% of all LGBT pupils have faced bullying at school for being LGBT, it is more important than ever that we commemorate the rights fought for and challenges overcome by the LGBT community, ensuring that future generations grow up in a world without discrimination.
Unsure of how to celebrate LGBT History Month? Read our ultimate guide on everything you need to know for LGBT History Month 2023.
Alternatively, book one of our LGBT History Month speakers by filling out our online contact form or calling directly on 0203 9816 295.