The Harry Walker Agency represents incredible speakers who are advocates for the differently abled and experienced voices on overcoming illness, dealing with adversity, and more.

With Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month coming up in March, if you are looking for a speaker to discuss disability, identity, inclusivity, and more, Maysoon Zayid is an excellent choice. Zayid has performed her comedy around the world and is a disability advocate for mainstream disabled students worldwide and for disability rights. Hilarious, disarming, and with a message that matters, Zayid's comedy and commentary resonate with audiences worldwide. Her hilarious TedTalk received over 6.1 million views.


If you're searching for someone to give empowering lessons on inclusivity, Chella Man is celebrated for his motto "be your own representation." As a deaf, genderqueer, Chinese, and Jewish individual, Chella found he didn’t have role models to look up to, and so he became a voice and a true representation for himself and for others. Through his talks, Chella opens up about his experiences transitioning on testosterone, navigating the world with a disability, and facing isolation while growing up within a small and conservative town in Central Pennsylvania. 


Matt Iseman, host of NBC’s American Ninja Warrior, is a cancer survivor living with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Matt talks about his journey from Doctor to stand up comedian and the chronic disease that put him on the other side of the stethoscope and caused his body and his life to crumble around him. Being diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis gave Matt the answer as to what was causing his health issues. It also taught him that, like every athlete on American Ninja Warrior, we all face obstacles, on the course and in life.


We represent many speakers who discuss mental health, and Victor Cruz, Super Bowl Champion, ESPN analyst, and co-host of E!'s Pop of the Morning is one great example. He shares about how he fought to get out of a dark place by being resilient, leaning on family and friends, and talking about his struggles rather than pushing them down, which helps fight the stigmas around mental health issues. 


David Kessler speaks about dealing with loss and grief, as an expert on grief and healing, as well as the Bestselling author of Finding Meaning and The Needs of the Dying. His experience with thousands of people on the edge of life and death has taught him the secrets to living a happy and fulfilled life, even after life’s tragedies.