Rosann Santos

Rosann Santos Considered for Womens History Keynote Speakers in 2020

Already regarded as one of the leading academic motivational speakers in New York City, Rosann Santos is up for consideration by several professional organizations and educational institutions for the role of keynote speaker for Women's History Month 2020.


Bronx, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/26/2019 -- Rosann has worked as a professional in higher education in New York City for over 20 years and is now a career motivational keynote. Her experience and background places her among the top education keynote speakers for high school, college students, and executive professionals in the nation.

What separates Rosann Santos from her peers is that she is fully bilingual. Her ability to deliver an equally impactful keynote in both English and Spanish is an invaluable asset. This unique quality landed her work with National Geographic Foundation to coach scientists in Spanish in order to assist them in better pitching their research and making it easier to explain to the rest of the world.

Women's History Month 2020 begins Sunday, March 1, 2020 and ends on Tuesday, March 31 2020. Even now many professional, educational, and woman-centered cultural organizations are looking for the absolute best keynote speakers to engage their audiences. Rosann has been contacted by several organizations already and is currently in negotiation for keynote speaking for both Women's History Month and Black History Month just prior.

Rosann is in demand for her track record of helping women from all walks of life excel socially in life and professionally in the workplace. Her expertise in women's issues and gender topics from a historical and social perspective place her in a very unique category. Rosann has her Bachelor's Degree in History and Mathematics from Syracuse University and a Master's Degree in History from the University at Albany which reinforces the impact of her keynote delivery.

Rosann is also a certified Gallup StrengthsQuest facilitator and coach. Throughout her career, she has been trained in conflict resolution, crisis management, strategic development and assessment. In addition, she is a leader in new student and parent orientation programs, commencement planning and enrollment management yield events and strategies.

She is a founding board member of Emblaze Academy Charter School in the South Bronx. She is a member of the Syracuse University Multicultural Advisory Council and the Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees for her Sorority, Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Señoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc.

She is now booking for Black History Month and Women's History Month and considered one of the top keynote speakers in the $15000 – $20000 range for academic and cultural speaking topics.