Keynote Speaker

Dan Levy

Don’t miss the hilarious, uplifting, and award-winning actor, activist, and co-creator of Schitt’s Creek as he takes to the main stage to take DE&I beyond the acronym.

Why he’s the right human

It’s not just the number of awards he’s won (it’s a lot) or the laughter he’s brought us (“fold in the cheese!”). With Schitt’s Creek, Dan created a world that joyfully shared how inclusion can transform a community, and created a platform to celebrate diversity – and call for more of it. Dan’s success on the small screen provided a stage for him to speak to the wider world about LGBTQIA+ inclusion, an opportunity he embraced, and a topic about which he’ll share when he graces the main stage at Workhuman® Live.

It’s not his multitude of iconic sweaters — it’s the heart behind them. We’re honored to have him.

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  • “We created a space where love and acceptance is paramount.”

    Dan Levy

A little more about Dan for the road

Daniel Levy is an Emmy® Award-winning writer, actor, director, producer, and New York Times Best Selling author, best known for his work on one of the much-beloved, award-winning television series, Schitt’s Creek, where he served as showrunner and executive producer, as well as co-creator and co-star with his father Eugene Levy.

Daniel has also co-wrote, co-hosted, and co-produced critically-acclaimed hits for MTV, co-hosted The Great Canadian Baking Show, made a guest appearance on Modern Family, and has shared the screen with the likes of Tina Fey in Admission and Bette Midler, Kailtyn Dever, Sarah Paulson, and Issa Rae in Coastal Elites. In 2020, he appeared in the hit romantic comedy Happiest Season on Hulu, and in 2021 made his hosting debut on Saturday Night Live, for which he received another Emmy nomination. Levy was also recognized as one of the Grand Marshals for NYC Pride 2020, was honored by GLAAD with the Davidson/Valentini Award.

Most recently, Levy signed a multi-year deal with Netflix, and his book, Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: The Story of Schitt’s Creek, which he co-wrote with Eugene Levy, debuted on the New York Times Best Seller list.

The company you’ll keep