• Prescribing Inspiration

    Do it! You can't lose!

    Dr. Christina T. Rosenthal

    Dentist | Motivational Speaker | Entrepreneur | Author

    An often sought-after speaker who combines inspiration with comical inserts, Dr. Rosenthal’s life experience has given her material to reach broad audiences from a toddler to the most seasoned individual. A wife, mother of three, doctor, business owner, and non-profit founder, she has practical application of juggling entrepreneurship and family and gives personal insight on how she has been able to balance those roles. Her humble start at life serves as a conduit for inspiration for all ages as she details her journey from being a first-generation college student, dentist, and ultimately a Harvard University graduate. Her story motivates audiences with its reoccurring incidents of resilience and demonstrations of overcoming obstacles to achieve success.

    Speaking topics include

    but are not limited to:

    Motivation | Inspiration | Resilience | Life Balance | Mentorship | Health Equity | Entrepreneurship


    Ideal for:

    Keynote Addresses


    Special Programs



    Youth Groups

    Church Groups

    Study Groups

    Any Group Needing Inspiration

  • Education

    The University of Memphis

    Bachelor of Arts (BA)

    University of Tennessee

    College of Dentistry

    Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS)

    Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

    Master of Public Health (MPH)

  • Recent Projects & Engagements

    This section spotlights recent speaking highlights and/or projects. Click the photo to view/hear.

    Epicenter Presents: Grindset Podcast

    In this episode of Grindset, Dr. Rosenthal speaks to listeners about her path to entrepreneurship, the start of her foundation and its primary program, and her recent children's book, You Can Become a Doctor Too.

    3 Friends TALK Podcast

    In this episode of 3 Friends Talk, Dr. Rosenthal joins super docs, Courtney, Leah, and Sylvia, for a candid discussion about raising a family while trying to build successful endeavors. While listening to this fun and light episode, you'll even experience Christina and Courtney performing a virtual dance battle.

    You Can Become a Doctor Too

    A product of the inner-city, Dr. Christina Rosenthal defied all odds and ultimately became a dentist. In addition to being a wife, mommy of three, and owning her dental practice, she makes time to encourage young people to pursue careers in healthcare through her Determined to be a Doctor Someday (D.D.S.) initiatives.


    Writing "You Can Become a Doctor Too" was a way to extend the reach of her inspiring messages. After all, children need inspiration too! Click the picture to be directed to the book's website where you can make a purchase.

    Atlantic Fellows Documentary

    Dr. Rosenthal is an Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity, US + Global (based at the Fitzhugh Mullan Workforce Institute at George Washington University), and her work with the Determined to be a Doctor Someday (D.D.S.) initiative was highlighted in this documentary. D.D.S. is a pipeline program created to assist young people in their pursuits to careers in healthcare.

    For more information about Determined to be a Doctor Someday, visit: www.determinedtobeadoctor.org

    For more information about Atlantic Fellows, go to: www.atlanticfellows.org

  • As Featured In

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  • Speaking Highlights

    From media interviews to keynote addresses, the following depicts some of Dr. Rosenthal's most impactful deliverables.

    My Empire Series

    This 2016 series highlighted various women entrepreneurs. This segment details Dr. Rosenthal's trajectory. 



    JOURNALIST: Kontji Anthony and WMCActionNews5.com Staff


    ADA Voices

    Opening General Session of the 2016 American Dental Association's Annual Meeting in Denver, CO

    University of Tennessee

    College of Dentistry

    Commencement Speaker for the 2018 graduating class of the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry


    2018 Presentation for Atlantic Philanthropies for Health Equity Fellowship at George Washington University in Washington, DC

    VIDEO CREDIT: Dent Digital


  • Frequently Asked Questions

    The most common questions are answered below. Don't see an answer to your question?

    Send an e-mail to rosenthalspeaks@gmail.com.

    I want to book Dr. Rosenthal. Where do I start?

    Send an e-mail to rosenthalspeaks@gmail.com with your request. You will be sent a survey link to gather more information about logisitics and your needs for the event. From the information submitted, a proposal with fees and requests will be provided within 72 hours.

    How much does it cost for Dr. Rosenthal to speak?

    Honorariums can vary based on your organization's needs and travel considerations. You will receive a customized fee schedule after completing the survey link sent after you express interest.

    When should I book?

    Due to scheduling, it is often best to book when the event information has been finalized or usually three to six months in advance. In some cases, bookings can be up to a year in advance.

    In what capacity is Dr. Rosenthal willing to serve?

    Dr. Rosenthal's experience is very broad and includes, but is not limited to, keynote and commencement addresses, panel discussions for various industries, leading and moderating discussions, and group talks. In addition, video conference is available if travel cannot be considered.

    Is Dr. Rosenthal willing to travel internationally?

    Dr. Rosenthal is willing to travel internationally, and similarly to domestic engagements, travel and accommodations will also be covered by the requesting entity in addition to the speaking honorarium.

    Can I just reach out to Dr. Rosenthal directly with a request?

    Although Dr. Rosenthal is highly engaged on social media platforms and is typically accessible, all speaking requests will be handled exclusively through e-mail using the process described above to make sure no detail is neglected. Follow-up phone calls may be required for any details requiring clarity.