2018-2019 Speakers

Julie Lythcott-Haims

Author of Real American: A Memoir and the New York Times best selling book How To Raise An Adult, Julie Lythcott-Haims is a former corporate lawyer and Stanford dean. Lythcott-Haims holds a BA from Stanford, a JD from Harvard, and an MFA in Writing from California College of the Arts.

MOSAIC Multiracial Awareness Keynote

Lorella Praelli

Lorella Praelli is the President of Community Change Action and Vice President of Community Change. Most recently, Praeli directed the national immigration program at the ACLU, serving as the Deputy National Political Director and Director of Immigration Policy & Campaigns. She was also the National Director of Policy and Advocacy of United We Dream and the National Latino Vote Director for the Hillary Clinton 2016 campaign.

2018 Youth From Every Quarter ASM Speaker

Darnell Moore

Moore is an award-winning writer and activist, a leader in the Movement for Black Lives, and a tireless advocate for justice and liberation. His first book, No Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black and Free in America is a story of beauty and hope – and an honest reckoning with family, with place, and with what it means to be free.

Black Arts Month Keynote Speaker

James Lim ’12

James Lim ’12 was a contestant on Survivor: Ghost Island Castaway in 2018. Since his time on Survivor, he’s been a vocal advocate for the importance of diverse representations of Asian Americans on television. Lim is a management consultant and currently attends law school.

CelebrAsian keynote speaker

Sarah Prager

Sarah Prager’s first book, Queer, There, and Everywhere tells the stories of 23 individuals from queer history for a young adult audience. Her second book, an illustrated middle-school nonfiction book, tells the stories of 50 individuals from queer history,

GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance) Keynote

Emily Raymundo

Emily Raymundo is a visiting scholar in the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies department at Dartmouth University. She received her Ph.D. in American Studies and Ethnicity from the University of Southern California in 2017.  Her current research focuses on Asian American culture within the racial and gendered formations of multiculturalism.

CAMD Guest Speaker

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