Muse Conference

I had the pleasure of moderating a panel at the World MUSE Conference featuring Shannon, and have nothing but wonderful things to say about her.

She was delightful to work with from start to finish, bringing insightful thoughts to the panel and inspiring the audience. She has my highest recommendation, not only for her professionalism, but also for the amazing work she is doing in the world!

~Lisa Flynn


Interfaith Prayer BreakfastShannon Keith touched the hearts of all who were present when she recounted her inspiration to start the Sudara, at our annual prayer breakfast. Her hard work in service to victims of trafficking is an example of how we can all turn our good thoughts into good deeds.

~Trav Williams

Shannon is an incredibly inspiring speaker. As a keynote speaker for our Global Empowerment Conference at Chapman University, Shannon passionately and masterfully presented her mission and vision of placing people over profit. Shannon‘s presentation kept our attendees on the edge of their seats and left everyone immensely inspired by her work.

~ Kyle Kim-E


Two words best describe Shannon Keith’s presentation persona: passionate and charismatic. She is passionate about making the world a better place to live and her audiences never forget her.

~Jim Schell, Founder of TEDxBend


As the keynote speaker for our inaugural Social Entrepreneurship Summit, Shannon was masterful in showing how the passion for her social cause drives the passion for her business. Shannon’s relaxed, approachable style, combined with raw emotion, was a perfect vehicle to inspire our group of highly technical attendees.

~Miral Kim-E, President, MIT Club of Southern California


Shannon Keith spoke at our Interfaith Prayer Breakfast in May of 2014… Her message, though centered about her work with the women of India, also inspired each one of us to be the change we wish to see in the world. There wasn’t a dry eye in that audience, and more importantly, there was not one person who left that conference room not determined to make a difference somewhere to someone.

~Jenna Harline, Secretary, Interfaith Council of South Orange County