Events


Fall/Winter 2018-2019 Events:

10.04.18-10.05.18 – YAWH (You Are Welcome Here) Conference, Denver, CO: Amber will be leading a workshop that tells her story, answers your questions, and talks about living a life Unashamed! (This event is free, but you must register!)

11.17.18 – Rediscovering Family: Understanding and Celebrating LGBTQIA+ Perspectives, Seattle WA (3pm-9pm): This event will be curated and keynoted by Amber Cantorna and Stephen Marshall-Ward (Registration coming soon!)

11.18.18 – All Pilgrims Church, Seattle WA (10:30am): Amber will be speaking during the main service this morning.

01.10.19-01.13.19 – Q Christian Fellowship Conference, Chicago, IL: Amber will be attending this event and plans to lead a workshop around the topic of her upcoming book “Unashamed: A Coming-Out Guide for LGBTQ Christians” (Register here!)

 

STAY TUNED FOR “UNASHAMED” WORKSHOPS COMING IN 2019.
If you would like to host one of these workshops, please go to the Contact page and submit a request!

If you believe in the work that Amber is doing, please consider supporting her financially on Patreon. Your support will enable Amber to continue the work she does and spread a message of hope and love to LGBTQ people and their families both across the nation and around the world! 

If you would like to book Amber Cantorna for an upcoming event, please go to the Contact page and submit a request. We look forward to hearing from you!

Reviews:

“Amber is the first speaker I’ve heard to successfully present the challenge and resolve of conflict between LGBT, family and religion. Amber is a seasoned presenter and talented speech architect who uses every crafted sentence and gesture to channel her emotion into a essential message of hope that the audience craves and honesty that makes her words genuine. I would highly recommend Amber for any speaking event in which her topic would be of benefit to the audience.”
-Marty Dickenson
Web Marketer/Web Services Provider

“Amber is an accomplished speaker who doesn’t hesitate to allow herself to be vulnerable in front of an audience. By sharing her own imperfect life in such an honest way, she wins empathy and respect while encouraging listeners to be less judgmental and more tolerant. Amber’s acceptance of her own frail humanity makes all of us feel more accepting of ourselves and others–she’s inspirational.”
-Gloria Lesher, M.A.
Writer/Editor

“Amber is such an inspiration! I love hearing her speak because it comes from the heart and has such passion. She doesn’t just talk about herself, but actually gets to the point of how we can progress though our challenges with strength and tenacity! Love her and I can’t wait until her next speaking event!”
-Anastasia Button
Author, Speaker, Coach