Deborah Frances-White is a stand-up comedian, writer, radio presenter and corporate speaker. Her seminars have been described as ‘something between a stand-up show and a TED-style talk.’
She continues to receive positive reviews for her signature keynote, How to be a Charismatic Woman in a Man’s World, a piece which gained Deborah a nomination for a First Women Award, in the Best Mentor Category.
Deborah regularly delivers seminars in the corporate world that are something between a stand-up show and a TED-style talk. She specialises in Diversity and Inclusion and brings all the wit and fun of The Guilty Feminist as well as seriousness of purpose which companies really respond to.
Deborah is highly in demand and her clients include Facebook, LinkedIn, Booking.com, EY, Accenture, PWC, JP Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, LinkedIn, Linklaters and AXA.
In 2015, she delivered a TEDx Talk at Cambridge University and she is a regular speaker for Learning Technologies where she received very positive reviews. As a comedian, she has had scripts commissioned for Channel 4, the BBC and Fox Searchlight.
Her radio podcast, The Guilty Feminist, won The Writers Guild Award in 2016 and got over 5 million downloads in its first year.
The Guardian newspaper praised the show, describing it as ‘hilarious, irreverent, eternally surprising, and classy as hell, genius.’