Kathryn Finney
Kathryn Finney
Visionary CEO, Engaging Keynote Speaker, Builder of Awesome Things
 

Kathryn Finney

“Kathryn Finney is a phenomenal keynote speaker: gripping without sensationalizing, provocative and pragmatic, and honest without offending. Her strength is in her raw, honest storytelling – founded on jaw-dropping data that makes even the skeptics take notice. If you want a speaker that will challenge your audience to reconsider individual and systemic bias in whatever industry they’re in – invite Kathryn. Every time.”

/Center for Financial Services/

 
 

Dynamic. Engaging.

With over 50 keynote per year, Kathryn is a frequent keynote speaker at conferences such as Forbes Women Summit and Emerge, corporations like JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley and Facebook and organizations like Madison Chamber of Commerce, National Association of Housing Executives, New York Women in Communications and Harvard University.

 
Kathryn Keynoting the Emerge Conference (Miami- 2019)

Kathryn Keynoting the Emerge Conference (Miami- 2019)

 


Kathryn turns tough topics into educational and empowering moments – combining both her personal journey and research into a meaningful and engaging conversation. Her energy and passion for inclusion, innovation and entrepreneurship is contagious.”

/  Forbes Media  /

 
Kathryn Keynoting the Madison Chamber of Commerce’s “Icebreaker” at Kohl Center (2019)

Kathryn Keynoting the Madison Chamber of Commerce’s “Icebreaker” at Kohl Center (2019)

Kathryn leading a session at FOCUS100 Conference (New York- 2013)

Kathryn leading a session at FOCUS100 Conference (New York- 2013)

Kathryn Keynote Chat at Portland’s Inclusive Innovation Conference (Portland, 2019)

Kathryn Keynote Chat at Portland’s Inclusive Innovation Conference (Portland, 2019)

 

Speaking Topics

From intimate gatherings to Basketball stadiums, Kathryn knows how to engage even the toughest audiences

Speaking Topic: Changing the Face of Innovation
An engaging talk about Kathryn and her path to a career in technology, with a strong call to action that transcends cultural lines.

Speaking Topic: A Guide to Thinking BIG
A thrilling chat on the five rules of thinking BIG and how to implement these rules in developing your own ideas and leadership style.

Speaking Topic: How to Be an Ally
In this talk, Kathryn discusses the difference between mentorship and sponsorship and how this impacts diversity at your organization.