Amazin is a recognised global LGBTQ advocate and thought leader. She has addressed audiences from the United Nations to Google. Through her conversations, panel discussions and Q&As, Amazin shares her personal journey of homelessness to becoming one of the most visible and influential LGBTQ activist's in the world.
Her work as an author, athlete, advocate and storyteller enables her to accessibly contextualize her experiences as an openly out Asian woman with her audience to live more authentically.
Amazin speaks about the power of storytelling and encourages an intersectional approach to critically engage with her audience with our shared lived experiences.
Amazin is available globally for virtual and in-person speaking engagements and can be booked with the below form.
‘I would like to offer my sincere thanks for your words at the Queen's Birthday Party. We are thankful for your contribution to the advancement of LGBTQ equality in sport, particularly for Asian LGBTQ athletes. You were part of a truly memorable UN event, and we are forever grateful for your participation’
Dame Karen Pierce
The Permanent Representative
United Kingdom Mission to the United Nations
'Your inspiring speech at our Top Global Employers launch 2018 perfectly articulated what it means to stand up for your beliefs. Hearing you so eloquently express the need for our audience to have the courage to continue to work for global LGBTQ equality conveyed how important it is that we commit to achieving acceptance for all. Your speech inspired many people to think more critically and work harder to advance equality in their workplaces. The launch would not have been such a success without your contribution’
"Thank you for your contribution to the advancement of LGBT equality in sport, particularly for Asian LGBTQ athletes... You were part of a truly memorable UN event, and we are forever grateful for your participation."
Dame Karen Pierce, DCMG, United Kingdom Mission to the United Nations
"Amazin has deeply engaged the Asian American and Pacific Islander LGBTQ community in Washington DC. In a city that whose political capital is national, she has made unique connections between local and international entities. On the day that the world observed International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia as well as seeing Taiwan become the first Asian government to recognize same sex marriage, and the US House of Representatives pass the Equality Act, Amazin joined the local community to celebrate our local Asian Pacific Islander Pride. Her unique perspective allows her to make these connections like few others and we need more voices like hers having impact."
Ben de Guzman
Mayor’s Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs