Kyle Young-Moncure knows each individual holds a special place in society’s big picture. She’s driven by a persistent genuine desire to help others uncover their gifts, passions & callings!
Kyle is the Director of Business Development for DiversityEdu, Regional Partnership Consultant for Girls Who Code, a valued member of The Arts & Culture Board for The City of Irving,Texas, a Trainer/Facilitator for Safe Conversations and Founder and CEO of The Free Your Mind Forum, a 501c3 Nonprofit Organization dedicated to Diversity, Inclusion and Dialogue in communities nationwide.
She has dedicated herself to her lifelong passion of diversity & empowerment. Through her work as a motivational speaker, panelist and personal growth mentor, Kyle strives to encourage, inspire, and ignite the fire of discovery. Her life's work is rooted in social healing, inclusion and confidence. With over 20 years of experience, Kyle has worked with various leaders and corporations to create business cultures grounded in honesty, integrity, and respect. Addressing a wide variety of audiences and individuals, she demonstrates how to transform obstacles into opportunities for personal growth.
Whether she’s hosting a vision board workshop, spearheading a forum, or guiding a training session - Kyle brings her characteristic energy and enthusiasm to every task. She tackles tough conversational topics with a refreshing blend of humor, empathy and earnest ingenuity. A highly-motivated powerhouse, Kyle is ready to spread a message of understanding and inclusion across the globe. She seeks to foster a strong sense of community, fellowship, and unbreakable unity. She strives to inspire each audience to live their dreams, challenge stereotypes and embrace diversity, even in the face of social fear and inordinate challenge. Through her innovative approach and unflinching tenacity, she wants to make D&I a verb and help clients challenge the status quo.
Contact Kyle to discuss attending your next event as a Speaker, Trainer or Panelist. E-mail inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 214-778-5953