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Are you looking for a keynote speaker who is refreshing, vulnerable, authentic, and who brings a fresh perspective on hard topics? 

Click below to learn more about Meagan's keynotes and topics.


Are you a speaker or writer and need help sharing your own vulnerable stories?

Learn more about how Meagan help you learn share your own vulnerable stories with the world through coaching so you can hook and engage your audience to create a lasting impression.


Meagan O'Nan is an award-winning author. Her books are thought provoking, forward thinking, and give the reader a glimpse into her heart and her love for unity, peace, forgiveness, and self-acceptance. 

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Meagan O’Nan is an award-winning author, keynote speaker, and vulnerable storytelling expert. She is the author of the award-winning book, “Creating Your Heaven on Earth,” and “Courage: Agreeing to Disagree Is Not Enough.” Her third book is forthcoming and will be published in September 2022 with New Degree Press.


Meagan has spoken to thousands of people at live events since 2008, including alongside internationally recognized spiritual leaders such as don Miguel Ruiz, author of the best-selling book, “The Four Agreements,” and she has appeared multiple times in local and national media. Meagan even received a personal note from Desmond Tutu after hearing a talk of hers on forgiveness. 

Meagan is passionate about creating connections through storytelling as a way to overcome differences and generate healing. For the last decade, she has been a significant voice for the LGBTQ community in Mississippi, speaking with pastors, university representatives and classes, on the radio, and on the news as a voice offering unity and cooperation. Meagan now lives with her wife, Clare, and their daughter, Merit, in Starkville, Mississippi. 



“Moving and aggressive. Meagan's story is an inspiring one but not for your comfort. Instead, it challenges us to find those parts of life that may still linger in the shadows, afraid or ashamed to 'come out', be real and truly live. We all need and can benefit from witnessing this kind of courage.”

Episcopal Bishop

The Right Revd. C. Shannon Mallory DD


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