A popular Native Keynote speaker, Louie is proud to have represented his family and community through presentations around the world, such as the National Indian Education Association (NIEA) the National and the Critical Mixed Race Studies conference. He has also appeared in media such as NBC Nightly News, The New York Times, MSNBC.com, and BBC.
When speaking, Louie enjoys tailoring his content to the interests and needs of his audience. He often shows images of his art work to engage his audience, then weaves together humorous personal stories, empirical information and his own analysis to inspire them. Common speaking topics include identity, entrepreneurship, cultural appropriation, contemporary Native social issues and - of course - art.
In order to focus on escalating business activities, Louie has placed a moratorium on all workshops and most speaking engagements. Inquiries about major keynotes opportunities are still welcome, and can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to note your name/title, organizational affiliation, type of speaking engagement(s) and some general information about your target audience.
For smaller speaking engagements, if we have a team member or contact who is suited to speak on the topic of interest, we are happy to provide referrals.