Speakers Bureau

The Change Project has an awesome group of artists/non-profit professionals that are available for speaking engagements at colleges, conferences, nonprofits, and other public events.

All topics can be adapted to be presentations, keynote speeches, or workshops and can be tailored to the audience. If you don’t see a topic that quite meets your needs but think we can cover it, just let us know. We are also willing to create a signature talk or workshop for groups.

Please note that all speaking engagements require that at least the travel expenses be covered as our speakers are located all across the US. We are willing to work with every organization no matter what their budget. The total fees ranges from $2,000-10,000 depending on the speaker, type of presentation, and number of presentations requested.

Book A Speaker Now! To arrange to have one of our artists speak at your event, please complete the form below their bio, and we will get in touch with you soon.


Steven Romeo

FOUNDER OF THE CHANGE PROJECT AND 2015 LGBT ARTIST CHAMPION OF CHANGE

Steven Romeo is the founder, executive director and primary artist for The Change Project based in Birmingham, Ala. His work was recognized by The White House in November of 2015 as an LGBT Artist Champion of Change. Steven is a genderqueer artist originally from Tampa, Fl, but did his undergrad and graduate work in Alabama. Their degrees are in Political Science (BA) and Public Administration (MPA). Steven’s first fine art installation is “Our Bodies. Our Lives,” which engages viewers to consider what LGBTQ people want to be called versus the labels that society places on them. 

 

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT STEVEN, AND THEIR TALKS AND TO BOOK THEM AS A SPEAKER.


Brothers Series

BROTHERS is an original series that follows a group of transgender male friends, exploring what it means to go up against traditional societal roles. BROTHERS was the first series about transmen, casting transmen and created by a transman, and remains one of the only narrative depictions centering on transmasculinity in the media today. “The boldest and frankest representation of trans male love on-screen to date. – The Advocate

 

Click here to learn more about BROTHERS and their screenings and to book them as a speaker.