KEYNOTE SPEECHES

Podium

Looking for someone to speak at your upcoming women’s conference, leadership summit, student rally, church convention or company professional development? Lawrencina is available to develop and deliver a keynote speech that will inspire your audience to Soar2BMore. 

Through Soar2BMore, Lawrencina seeks to educate, empower and equip people with the tools to reach their God-given potential. Throughout her life, Lawrencina has demonstrated a commitment to helping people visualize, and achieve their goals. Whether developing and coordinating programs to motivate high school students to become change agents and leaders, starting a self-development program for middle school girls to help them see their beauty, developing and delivering trainings designed to help organizations become more equitable and inclusive, planning a women’s conference and facilitating a Women’s Bible Study, delivering the lay message at church on Mother’s Day, working with children in Sunday School and Vacation Bible School, Lawrencina has consistently tried to spread a message of hope and healing to all those she meets. 

Lawrencina would love to learn more about the goals of your event so that she can prepare a speech that will meet your needs. 

Below is a sample of Lawrencina’s Previous Speaking Engagements

  • Presenter, Change is Coming: Will You Become Bitter or Better, El Centro College, February 2020

  • Presenter, Calling all Equity L.E.A.D.E.R.S., Southern Regional Conference of the National Black Council of Black American Affairs (NCBAA), September 2018

  • Co-facilitator, Micromessaging to Reach and Teach Every Student™ Academy for Dallas ISD, Carter High School

  • Co-presenter, Inspiring Courage to Excel through Self-Efficacy, National Summit for Educational Equity Pre-Conference, Arlington, VA

  • Co-presenter, Realizing Potential with Mindset, National Summit for Educational Equity Pre-Conference, Arlington, VA, April 2017

  • Presenter, African-American History: From Theory to Practice, MN- National Association of Minority Educators (MN-NAME) Conference, Minnesota

  • Presenter, Using Civil Rights as a Tool to Help Students Find and Use Their Voice, Twin Cities Social Justice Education Fair and Conference

  • Presenter, Let’s Keep It REAL (Race, Equity, Access and Learning), Minneapolis Public Schools District Professional Development Sessions

  • Guest Speaker, American Association of University Women (AAUW St. Paul Chapter), Using Civil Rights as a Tool to Educate, Engage and Empower Students, March 2015