13 May 2021

Black female motivational speakers


There are many black female motivational speakers today that are experts within their field and are here to share their journeys, top tips and thoughts with others. Here are just a few amazing black female motivational speakers that share their stories with thousands of others, inspiring people as they go along.


  1. Kanya King


Kanya King is a leading figure in creating a diverse and inclusive world. She is the founder of the famous MOBO awards and has aimed to celebrate the achievements of artists from genres of Gospel, Hip Hop, RnB AND African. Her drive and determination have led her to become a popular choice as a speaker in which she shares her successful journey into building the MOBO awards and how she built herself from scratch. As part of her motivational speeches, she has established the MOBOvation Talks, which is a segment of the MOBO brand that aims to motivate and encourage individuals to keep striving and achieving more. As black female motivational speakers, she shares her determination in creating a platform that encourages diversity and the recognition for BME talent.


  1. Bianca Miller-Cole


Bianca Miller-Cole is the founder of The Be Group, Top 10 ‘Leader Power Profile’ by Linkedin, Forbes 30 under 30 Honouree, award winning entrepreneur and mentor. The Be Group aims to show that all people should be able to access services that help them in their personal development and to build their own personal brand. She also appeared on The Apprentice in 2014 where she became a runner up but with determination and drive launched her diverse range of nude hosiery called ‘Bianca Miller London’ which launched in November 2015. She was also awarded a ‘Power Profile’ from LinkedIn as one of the top 10 most powerful leaders on the website. These are just a few of the amazing achievements Bianca has achieved which she shares as a motivational speaker. She has several keynote topics that she explores in her speeches with one exploring personal branding and high impact leadership. She shares steps into how you can build your own personal brand and grow your network to be able to create an impact and influence others. Black female motivational speakers like Bianca are successful in sharing and being transparent in their journeys thus far and continue to inspire thousands of others around them.



Black female motivational speakers are continuously changing the game, inspiring, motivating and sharing valuable information to others. Black female motivational speakers like Kanya King and Bianca Miller-Cole are just a few of extremely successful black women that are continuously achieving, supporting, working to grow as individuals and to help other people that want to aspire to be just like them. Black female motivational speakers aim to help those that may need that push in the right direction and are transparent in sharing their ups and downs too. This is important in being a motivational speaker as you want to ensure that no one’s journey is perfect but rather it is an individual journey that takes time, dedication and drive.