Full BiographyCheryl Kilodavis is the award winning author of the break-through bestseller My Princess Boy and is an expert on acceptance, diversity and inclusion. Her controversial book, aimed at both kids and parents, explores acceptance and gender expression. An internationally renowned speaker and corporate change strategist, Cheryl has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, the London Times, PEOPLE Magazine and on the Today Show, NPR, Dr. Drew, Dr. Phil and many other media outlets. Cheryl speaks to corporations worldwide, as well as government groups, universities, and parenting organizations, providing thought-provoking perspectives and relevant tools for change. BRING CHERYL TO YOU! "You're my expert on this topic, Cheryl" - Dr. Drew
“Kudos to Cheryl and the Kilodavis family for sharing their story. After you hear her speak, her courage is intoxicating and empowering.” – John from Seattle WA.
“Cheryl is a fantastic, relatable speaker. When you want a true story about how acceptance is crucial and attainable for everyone, you must attend a keynote by Cheryl.” – Amy from Washington D.C.
Cheryl speaks and facilitates workshops
Cheryl speaks on these topics:
- Cultural Diversity
- LGBTQ Acceptance
- Female Empowerment
- Gender Diversity
- Gender Expression
- Bi-Racial Living
- African American Family Life
- Inter-generational Values
“It’s refreshing to hear an African American mother share the true challenges of acceptance.” – Donna from Chicago, IL
“Kudos to Cheryl and the Kilodavis family for sharing their story. After you hear her speak, her courage is intoxicating and empowering.” – John from Seattle WA
How To Bring Cheryl To You
For Press Kits, keynote speaking engagements, book readings/signings or to schedule a My Princess Boy event,
please contact Public Relations Director Paul Crichton at Simon and Schuster.
For discussion of publishing rights,
please contact Cheryl’s Literary and Publishing Agent David Vigliano at Vigliano and Associates.
For rights to use Kilodavis family photos and the My Princess Boy (TM) term including all variations,
please contact Paul Crichton.
All other needs, please email [email protected].