With over 10 years of media experience, Nessa Diab rose to prominence as host of the #1 radio show in New York City and has since become a pop culture and social media influencer with more than 700,000 followers across all platforms. As the host of Talk Stoop, she delivers buzz-worthy commentary, pop-culture insights and intimate one-on-one interviews with celebrities.
AS PART OF PRIDE MONTH AND THE COMMEMORATION OF THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE STONEWALL UPRISING, NESSA CELEBRATED LGBTQIA+ PEOPLE WHO ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR COMMUNITIES.
on Erasing Hate
Jonathan Adler & Simon Doonan
on Pride & Progress
on The LGBTQ Community
on Inspiring Others
on Coming Out
on Meeting Her Wife
on Advice for Coming Out
on Celebrating Diversity
AS PART OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH, NESSA CELEBRATED SOME OF THE PIONEERING WOMEN OF THE 21ST CENTURY.
American women’s rights attorney known for taking high-profile and controversial cases on behalf of those whose rights have been violated.
American journalist, author, and former First Lady of California.
Tony nominated American theatre actress.
Australian-born American professional wrestler and plus sized model.
Golden Globe and Academy Award winning actress.
American actress, community activist, talk show host, author, and dancer.
Becca Tobin: American actress, singer, and dancer. Jac Vanek: Fashion designer turned entrepreneur turned TV personality. Keltie Knight: Canadian TV presenter and former professional dancer.
AS PART OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH, NESSA CELEBRATED AFRICAN AMERICANS WHO ARE SHAPING OUR CULTURE.
15-time Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter, producer, accomplished actress, and best-selling author. A dedicated activist, she launched a movement called We Are Here to empower people to build a better world.
Comedian, host, actor, writer, director, executive producer, deejay, philanthropist and children’s book author.
American actor, activist, artist, and former NFL football player.
Sugar Ray Leonard
Former Olympic and professional boxer inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame. Current motivational speaker and philanthropist, founding the Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation which raises money for juvenile diabetes research.