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POPULAR SPEAKING TOPICS

Here are some of Jarrett's most popular speeches, some based off of his writing. For bookings, click here.

 Melania Trump (2016) / Michelle Obama (2008)

Melania Trump (2016) / Michelle Obama (2008)

Michelle & Melania

The series of tweets that ultimately propelled Jarrett's career from unemployed journalist to being at the center of one of the stories from the 2016 election that people are still talking about.

 Credit: Laretta Houston

Credit: Laretta Houston

Coming Into Coming Out

Coming out to his family at 19 years old, would send Jarrett's relationship with his family, friends and himself down a completely new path. How he came to the decision, his views on faith, sexuality, and his relationship to God, and how he brought his resistant family around. 

 Huffington Post

Huffington Post

A Child is Listening

Jarrett on the impact of homophobia in media, in places of faith, and ultimately in the home. Discussion on the incredible impact of discriminatory language, hate speech, and what families often perceive as trying to love their gay family member. 

 
 WestMonroePartners.com

WestMonroePartners.com

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Dirty Sexy Social

The power of social media is obvious, and if you're still trying to figure out how to use it, you're already behind. A discussion on the ways social media can impact your business, your school, your activism, your life - from someone who knows the change it can make in a life and career. From Snapchat to snap judgment, this is an important look at social media.

A Seat at the Table

Having worked in media for more than 16 years, Jarrett has worked in various environments of intersectionality. He's been the only Black person, the youngest person, the gay guy, etc. A focus on the value and impact of diversity AND inclusion for any group, company, or school.

3 Things to Know Before Tomorrow

Three simple pieces of advice that are tailor-made for the crowd getting ready to move ahead. From high school/college freshmen to grads, companies about to make a major change, or groups that are looking for inspiration to make a leap.