Dambisa was named by TIME Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World”

She is the author of five bestselling books including four New York Times best sellers.

As an economist, her work focuses on the global economy, geopolitics and financial markets.

Her work has taken her to over 71 countries.

Speaking Topics

Five Things That Will Define The Post Pandemic World Economy

Unpacking Artificial Intelligence and Technology

How the Macroeconomy, Geopolitics and Financial Markets Repeat Themselves

Upgrading Corporate Governance in the 21st Century

The Challenge of Democracy

Global Growth Outlook

Energy Transition and Climate Change

Investment Themes in a De-globalizing World

Ten Questions for Business Leaders in a Moment of Crisis


NACD Event

Candace Rothermel
Manager, Education Content

She received some of the strongest feedback of any speaker at Summit; several comments on her compelling delivery and insightful messages. Many attendees left excited to read her book. A few suggestions for providing the book electronically, i.e. by a Kindle download, in the future—to avoid attendees having to carry heavy books. I think that’s a great option worth exploring. Read full Audience Feedback

American Chemistry Council Event

Edie Fleming
Managing Director, Meetings, Program Development & Marketing

Dambisa did a fabulous job during our annual meeting, and she is a lovely individual. I was fortunate enough to meet her partner and her dog prior to her presentation. So very sweet.

AdExchangers event

Dr. Moyo’s session was in the top 5 highest ranking sessions of the conference.
Here’s some of the feedback:

  • Dambisa was excellent, great selection for the event.
  • Clear delivery from Dambisa, providing relevant specific factors.

IVY Event

“Enjoyed that she brought up thinking points and context I had not yet considered. Great energy and emanated caring.”

“Very knowledgeable, professional yet personable, clear, concise, gave appropriate examples, and charismatic. Enjoyed.”

“So clear, and ideas that can be put to work”