Katja Iversen is a coveted speaker and lecturer.
Her ability to make people listen, think, feel and act is celebrated, as is her high spirit and sense of humour, which she generously uses in her speaking assignments, whether in panel debates or keynote addresses.
Katja Iversen has keynoted, spoken at and participated in panels at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, the United Nations General Assembly, the EU, MIT, Harvard, the Clinton Global Initiative, The Skoll Forum, The ICCA Congress, the Women Deliver conferences, the Reykjavik Global Forum for Women Political Leaders Forum, OECD’s Forum for Development, MIT, Harvard, The Hilton Humanitarian Symposium and Prize Ceremony, and innumerable other events.
Katja mostly speaks on:
- Purpose Driven Leadership
- Women in Leadership
- International and Sustainable Development
- Gender Equality & Women’s Rights, as well as the broader Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging agenda.
- Global Health and Development
A couple of examples of Katja’s keynote speeches: