Pamela StewartPamela Stewart - Keynote Speaker

Pamela is Vice President, National Retail Sales for Coca-Cola North America. In addition, she currently serves as the Board Chair for the LGBTQ non-profit GLAAD as well as The Coca-Cola Company’s Multicultural Leadership Council. She is the recipient of numerous honors and awards and has a passion for civil, children’s and animal rights.


Blanche Wiesen CookBlanche Wiesen Cook

Cook is the author of a three-volume biography about Eleanor Roosevelt, which the New York Times called a "rich portrait" of the "monumental and inspirational life of Eleanor Roosevelt." Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume 3: The War Years and After, published in 2016,  details a disputed affair between Eleanor Roosevelt and reporter Lorena Hickok.


Marcia GalloMarcia Gallo

Marcia Gallo is a Wilmington,DE native and acclaimed author and historian. She is a history professor at University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Lehman College in New York. She is the author of Different Daughters about the lesbian organization Daughters of Bilitis, and the book No One Helped examining an infamous 1964 rape and murder of lesbian Kitty Genovese.


Mei-Ling Ho-ShingMei-Ling Ho-Shing

Like many of her classmates, Ho-Shing became an activist after surviving the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, Florida. In the wake of the tragedy, Ho-Shing called for more than gun law reform alone. She’s demanding an intersectional approach to the #NeverAgain movement. Mei-Ling began her activism by calling and leading a press conference to amplify the voices and experiences of students of color, marking a new generation of activists, aiming to be fiercely intersectional.