Hire Malla as a speaker

Why hire Malla as a speaker?

Plenty of leaders motivate. Many inspire. But few transform. Highly sought after, award winning entrepreneurship expert, Malla Haridat, does just that: TRANSFORM. Whether she’s training social and business entrepreneurs how to run successful enterprises that educate, empower and support others as CEO of New Designs for Life; advising aspiring mompreneurs and kidpreneurs on how to monetize their dreams, talents and ideas as founder of Mom and Daughters Inc.; helping underengaged corporate employees tap into the power of intrapreneurship; or coaching women to become more independent, Malla catalyzes transformation.


Nationally recognized, Malla has been featured in the New York Times, BlackEnterprise.com, Inc.com, YFS Magazine and Fox Small Business. She is a recipient of the New York City Small Business Award (awarded by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg) and a finalist in the Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence Urban Rebound Program.

She has successfully delivered over 200 presentations, trainings and workshops.  She can create and deliver a custom presentation that includes interactive experiences for your group – whether 20 or 200.

She has appeared as a moderator, panelist, and her most requested role – as a workshop leader.

Malla Haridat Speaker Profile (v. 6)

Here is a sample of her most requested sessions:

  • Monetize Your Creativity – Master the critical business skills to transform your moonlighting into a viable business

  • How to be a social media marketing magician – Market your brand and land future clients

  • Nailing the Elevator Pitch – Make your introduction so everyone wants your business card


Sample Video of her Presentations

Using Social Media for Your Career and Personal Life – Malla Haridat

Malla Haridate Teaches Social Media Strategies that Turn Expertise Into Cash

Maximizing LinkedIn


Previous Speaking Events include:

  • A Better Chance
  • American Association of Grant Professionals
  • Association of Black Foundation Executives
  • Association of MIT Alumnae
  • Bank Street College
  • Barnard College
  • Bergen County Community College
  • Black Enterprise Kidpreneurs/Teenpreneurs Conference
  • Borough of Manhattan Community College
  • Business Exchange Tour for Success
  • Columbia University, School of International Pubic Affairs
  • Enterprise-Rent-a-Car
  • Girl Scouts of America
  • Grace Institute
  • Manhattan High School for Girls
  • Metropolitan College of New York
  • National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs
  • National Association of Professional Organizers
  • National Hispana Leadership Institute
  • National Urban Fellows
  • National Urban League
  • Neighborhood Housing Services of North Bronx
  • New Jersey Community Development Corporation
  • Partnership for After School Corporation
  • Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Program
  • PYP Freelance Business Development Summit
  • Queens Economic Development Corporation
  • Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone
  • Wall Street Conferences – Building Wealth Conference