New Speaker | Latin American Correspondent Stephanie Nolen

February 7, 2019

National Speakers Bureau is proud to introduce you to our newest speaker & timely topic – Stephanie Nolen on “International Affairs and the Change we Seek”

It’s 2019 and Donald Trump continues to press for ‘the wall’ between the US and Mexico. One of the top Oscar nominees for best picture is Roma, set in Mexico and focused on female inequality. The legalization of cannabis has prompted a closer look into the drug industry & exports to Canada. And the revised NAFTA/CUSMA deal was signed between Canada/US/Mexico just months ago. Who has their finger on the pulse of these external current events and their impact on Canadians? Bureau chief and veteran foreign correspondent Stephanie Nolen, based in the heart of Mexico City. 

 

Nolen’s award-winning reporting has focused on amplifying the voices of women and girls; civilians in war zones; people living with AIDS; international affairs, migrants and refugees – the people who live the stories behind the headlines.

 

 


 

Stephanie’s Sample Topics:

Current Events and International Affairs
Stephanie challenges audience members to consider new perspectives; she explains the structural forces at work behind situations that can seem immutable in typical news coverage, and she details real-world ways that your actions can have an impact on global issues. 

Media profile:  Ask Me Anything with Stephanie Nolen

 

Sample Reviews

“Thank you for searching out and covering the problems of humanity at great personal cost…your sacrifice means the world to those you report on.” 
-Reddit user, AMA

 


 

If you’re searching for a trusted voice to explain the current trends in international affairs and their direct implications for your industry, Stephanie Nolen is the speaker for you.