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The Unity Speakers Bureau offers public speakers who can engage the public on important health issues. Some speakers are particularly knowledgeable about a topic. Others are individuals who can share their personal experiences managing, fighting or overcoming health issues. Speakers include health care providers, people living with HIV/AIDS, individuals recovering from substance abuse, and formerly homeless people who now are living independently.

Our speakers are powerful and their compelling stories can launch valuable conversations. They also can serve as effective role models for a wide variety of audiences.

For more information about the Unity Speakers Bureau, please contact Ana Zorilla, Marketing Assistant,, 202.715.7887.

Meet the Speakers

Childhood Obesity

Childhood Obesity/We Can Program

Childhood Safety

Clinical Students and Residents Education

Correctional Medical Health

Cultural Competency

Diabetes, Cardiovascular and other Chronic Illnesses

Family Planning (General Concepts Including Male Contraception)

Early Childhood Literacy

Family Planning

General Unity Overview: Health Care for the Poor (Trends Disparities)

Health Care for Immigrant Children

Health Care Finance

Health and Wellness in the Latino Community

Patient Health Education

Health Literacy

Health Policy

Hepatitis and our Community

HIV in our Nation’s Capital

Health Care for the Homeless

Infant Mortality Rate Reduction

Immigrant Care

Prenatal Care Concepts

Pediatric Community Health Care

School-Based Health

Social Work in Vulnerable Communities

Street Outreach/Substance Abuse

Women’s Health


Please note:  our speakers are (for the most part) working physicians.  Therefore, we require a minimum of 30 days notice for speaking engagements."**




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