About the Speakers Bureau

The Speakers Bureau are dynamic young leaders who represent the youth voice and the vision of Earth Guardians. Our Speakers Bureau has spoken at workshops and trainings, given keynotes at conferences, participated in panels, addressed school assemblies, and given media interviews. Members of Earth Guardians Speakers Bureau have been hired to speak at United Nations events, international rallies and many other high-profile events.

Through Earth Guardians Youth Councils we have partnered with incredible youth speakers with both the expertise and talent to present on a variety of topics. From climate change to human rights and social justice to green entrepreneurship and innovation, members of the EG Speakers Bureau from all over the world have amplified youth perspectives on important and complex issues. Look for exciting updates to this program soon as we transition to Voice Runners.
 


***We are currently revamping our Speakers Bureau program and have been inundated with requests!
At this time, we can't accept new speaking engagements until Fall.  
Xiuhtezcatl is still available but limited and taking requests for speaking engagements. More about Xiuhtezcatl and his presentations
Follow us on social media or donate to support our work in the meantime and check back soon.*** 

 

Xiuhtezcatl | Earth Guardians Youth Director

Earth Guardians Youth Director Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, (his first name pronounced ‘Shoe-Tez-Caht’)  is an 18-year-old indigenous climate activist, hip-hop artist, and powerful voice on the front lines of a global youth-led environmental movement. Xiuhtezcatl, who began publicly speaking out for environmental justice at the early age of six, has traveled across the nation and to many parts of the world educating his generation about the state of the planet they are inheriting and inspiring them into action to protect the Earth. His message has inspired youth-led Earth Guardians crews to pop up in myriad countries, growing the number of youth on the front lines to combat climate change.