When reasonable and articulate women speak to the mainstream on behalf of our principles, we all win.


At LOLA, we are proud to promote the talent and ability of female leaders within the liberty movement. The LOLA Speakers Bureau, a compilation of over 100 brilliant women, experts on a plethora of topics, exists to increase the number of women speaking in the media, participating on panels, at conferences, and as key-note speakers. It provides an invaluable tool to event producers and organizers by offering a searchable database for them to find speakers in their area. LOLA promotes the work of Speakers Bureau members by pitching them for speaking engagements, and sharing their work through regular updates and social media. Each lady of liberty involved in the Speakers Bureau has vastly different spheres of influence. Each is being heard by different groups, in different markets, around the world. From discussing economic liberty in the media, to inspiring grassroots activism and coalition building in rural and urban communities, to speaking to voters on political runs, these women are putting a megaphone on our work as a movement and setting the stage for freedom to prevail.

To be included in our Speakers Bureau, please send an email with your information and examples of your work to lola@ladiesofliberty.org


Washington, D.C.

Rikki is an executive producer for CRTV.com, a reporter, writer and correspondent.


San Francisco

Magatte is one of the most notable female entrepreneurs to emerge from Africa.


Dallas, TX

Antonia is a campus carry activist, contributor, news correspondent, and public figure.


Springfield, MO

Aya Katz is a libertarian author, linguist, and primatologist.


New York, NY

Carrie is a columnist, broadcaster, contributor, host and founder of Bold.


San Francisco, CA

Mary L. G. Theroux is Senior Vice President of the Independent Institute.