Laurel loves speaking to audiences large and small about surviving chaos and uncertainty, bettering our mental health, animals and us, and the themes of science, medicine and technology. She's given talks and lectures on boats, on land, in art and science museums, while leading walks in the woods, in soulless hotel banquet rooms, at historic theaters, onstage at symphony halls, in Sigmund Freud's old living room, on a pile of hay bales, on a floating platform in the Amazon and once, in the middle of a flea market in Brooklyn while people shopped for handmade candles and nine dollar bags of granola. Recent lectures and keynote talks include Penn State University, MIT, the Advertising Women of NY, and TED, among others. She is represented by the Lavin Agency. To book laurel contact Charles Yao: firstname.lastname@example.org.