Previous Speaking Engagements & Performances
Festival of Faiths | Forecastle | NGLCC
Moth Talk MainStage I Creative Mornings I
Daughters of Greatness Muhammad Ali Center
Power to Exhale Women's Retreat
Kentucky Center for African American Heritage |
Kentucky Center of Performing Arts |
The Louisville Ballet |
Robert Woods Johnson Foundation |
Children's Defense Fund Freedom School |
Universities | Churches | Schools |
Writer's Block | Ideas Festival WKU |
Gehl Institute Public X Design | Ideas Festival Lou |
Louisville Women's Rally 2018 | Women Who Write | Great Day Live | Take Back The Night (U of L)
And Much More!
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Given the nickname Brimstone, Hannah offers a fiery message that leaves an audience standing on their feet. Her honest and raw delivery challenges listeners to think in innovative ways, respond and engage, asking themselves, "What can I do to make a difference in my part of the world?" Hannah's goal every time she stands behind a microphone is to deliver a message that challenges the listener. At times those challenges may be difficult, but nothing is insurmountable. Change never happens in the confines of comfortability. Change occurs when people become uncomfortable. Hannah's seeks to be the spark for change.
Hannah covers topic on race, feminism, equity, the power of inclusion in the spaces we create and various topics and workshops on writing with authority. Hannah is also a skilled poet whose poetry covers a range of topics from love, women's empowerment, race, self-esteem and much more to make your event a success.
Please complete the Speaking Request Form to have Hannah come speak at your next event or contact Brianna Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Art In Public Spaces at @louisvillefreepubliclibrary with Sarah Lindgren and Susan Rademacher discussing the impact of art in communities. As my friend Kiara said, “The world is so much better when you can see yourself in it.” #art #spaces #publicart 📸 @j_jmiller
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