Public Speaker and TrainerCompany: Hanadi SBC
Role: Session Presenter
Named “World-Class Peacekeeper” and “Everyday Hero” by the Star Tribune, Hanadi Chehabeddine is a public speaker and media professional. She is a Human Rights Award recipient from the city of Eden Prairie, Minn., for her “efforts in dismantling misconceptions about Islam and building bridges of unity.”
Hanadi has been featured in the Star Tribune for her community-building projects and has been published in The Washington Times, The Huffington Post, Star Tribune, Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Cosmopolitan magazine, the book “Pantsuit Nation,” and “Women to Watch” radio show. She is also on “Diversity Watch” on CBS Radio in Philadelphia, a U.S. State Department international speaker and a TEDx speaker.
Hanadi is currently pursuing a master’s degree in international leadership at St. Thomas University, while changing perceptions in the corporate world and at conferences around the country as a keynote speaker and diversity trainer. Her session at the National SHRM Diversity and Inclusion Conference & Exposition on demystifying Islam and Muslims, her contribution as a panelist at The Multicolored Women’s National Conference, and her luncheon with The National Diversity Council attest to her caliber and outspokenness. Before coming to the United States, Hanadi was an award-winning creative at Cannes Lions 1999, and a communication specialist working across different media, including print and in television as an anchor.
Representing Hanadi is Tour de force Speakers, a speakers’ bureau dedicated to social justice issues. She can be contacted through their website at: tourdeforcespeakers.com.