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Speaking Engagements

Danielle Yablonka has spoken to thousands of students across the state of Florida and around the US. Danielle energetically shares her personal experiences and encourages students to take pride in their individuality so they can find a voice and become leaders in their own way (i.e. art, music, speaking, media).

As a 23 year old speaker, Danielle reaches young adults with her relatable stories and uses interactive elements, such as questions and group activities, to encourage participation and engagement from the audience.


March 2024

Speaker • 1,000 Strong NYC Fundraiser Event 

Co-hosted an event for 1,000 of NYCs young professionals to celebrate Jewish resilience. Helped fundraise over $150k to donate to various Israel organizations helping soldiers and families affected by October 7th. 


February 2024

Speaking + Workshop • Hillel International Israel Summit Conference

Speaking to college students from across the US and Canada about social media advocacy and the power of social media campaigns.


January 2024

Speaker • Nova Southeastern University Hillel

Speaking to NSU Hillel college students about the power of Jewish pride and building a social media presence.


January 2024

Speaker • IDF COGAT Unit, Presentation on Antisemitism in America

The Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) implements the government's civilian policy within the territories of Judea and Samaria. Danielle presented the unit with the latest challenges students are facing in the US on campus since October 7th. 


December 2023

Speaker • Art Basel Miami Israel Fundraiser

Co-Host and MC of an Art Basel Miami fundraising event in support of the victims of October 7th. 

November 2023


Speaker • North American Mayors Summit Against Antisemitism 

The Mayors Summit Against Antisemitism which gathers dozens of mayors across North America to unite against antisemitism. This summit offers a unique opportunity to engage directly with mayors and other influential figures across the US. "Danielle, We think your experience with antisemitism would contribute significantly to this important dialogue and we would be honored to have you speak at the event" -Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM)


May 2023

Panelist • Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz Antisemitism Summit

Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Shultz hosted an antisemitism summit to discuss the rise in hatred and solutions to stop it. This included a panel of young professionals and a discussion with Ambassador Deborah Lipstadt — President Biden's Special Envoy to combat antisemitism. 


March 2023

Speaker • Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County Dinner 

A speech that reflected my story of standing up to Antisemitism and advocating for Israel on college campuses. 


February 2023

Panelist • IamHillel Dinner 

A panel discussion reflecting on FAU Owls in Israel (Fact-Finders) trip over the summer with non-Jewish student leaders, sharing personal experiences from the Jewish perspective.


February 2023

CAJE Event, The Greater Miami Jewish Federation

Workshop for 11th and 12th grade high school students in Miami about preparing for college, combatting Antisemitism and anti-Zionism, and how to be a campus leader in the Jewish and Israel world.


February 2023

Yacholet IKANN heART Healing Event 

Supporting women at the Yacholet Trauma Center: A self-portrait painting workshop with Danielle Yablonka to teach women and girls at the Trauma Center to find pride in womanhood and encourage pride in identity. 


January 2023

Interview with Noa Tishby • Hillel of Broward and Palm Beach

Live interview and Q+A with Noa Tishby facilitated by Danielle Yablonka. 

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January 2023

Panel discussion with over 100 FIU university students about the dangers of Antisemitism and the importance of speaking out against hate for International Holocaust Remembrance Day.


January 2023

Denise Tamir, Board of Directors, Carly Orshan, Director at Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education, Danielle Yablonka, Student at CAJE, and Fara Sax, Host of The Community Voice, discuss antisemitism and the importance of credible sources in dispelling myths and prejudices.

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