Dr. Lulu

My “What” Is Impact

Dr. Lulu, a semi-retired pediatrician will speak about her journey from a bright-eyed bushy tailed 8yr-old Nigerian girl with a dream, to a United States Air Force Veteran,  Lt. Col, Commander, bestselling author, and award-winning LGBTQ+ advocate. She is a self-made woman who is blazing trails and personifying showing up for yourself and creating your own destiny.

By the end of this talk, you should walk away with:

  1. The understanding of how we can use our personal stories to connect with others.

  2. The ability to find meaning in the littlest and most mundane things.

  3. Believing so much in self (your dreams and goals) that it propels you in your purpose with passion!

Caring for LGBTQ+ Patients


10 Things Your LGBTQ+ Patient Wishes You Knew, a small group roundtable discussion.


After this small group session, you should be able to:

  1. Understand the basics about your LGBTQ+ patients.
  2. Know how to start the conversation.
  3. Avoid the top three common mistakes pediatricians make about their LGBTQ+ patients.

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Dr. Lulu is a queer Nigerian-born, pediatrician, mom of a transgender daughter, bestselling author, 3-time TEDx Speaker and certified life coach.

She was named the 2021 Advocate of the Year by the San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce and received the DEI award for 2022 by the San Antonio Business Journal.

In September of 2022, she was selected as a participant on Oprah Daily Insider “The Life You Want” Class on Service hosted by Oprah Winfrey, with special guests Van Jones and Rebecca Welsh. 

She works to eliminate youth suicide, particularly amongst LGBTQ+ youth, by coaching parents, caregivers, extended family members (and the entire village it takes to raise and save a child) struggling with acceptance and support of queer kids. 

She speaks on parenting, LGBTQ+ issues, and youth suicide prevention. She has been interviewed by Oprah Daily, CBS This Morning with Gayle King, and numerous local, national and international news outlets.

She is the host of the Suicide Pages podcast, The Pride Corner podcast, the Qweer Wednesday Wizdom talk show, The Parent Hour radio show on KLMO FM 98.9/92.1, and the Parents of Queers podcast.

She is the independent bestselling author of “How to Teach Your Children About Racism, A Teen’s Life, and How to Raise Well-Rounded Children. And three anthologies: The Doctor’s Book, The Warrior Women Project and The Mom’s Truth.

Her next book: “Invited In, How to Become the Parent Your LGBTQ+ Child Needs,” is due out late Fall 2022.