How do I write a speech introducing a lady to a audience?
The same way you’d introduce a man to an audience. Keep it short, keep it simple, and don’t try to be funny. Brief the audience on who this person is, why they should care about what she says, and what she plans to talk about. Then get off the stage. “Our special guest tonight was a professor of American Studies at the University of Mexico before leaving her job to travel across America as a day-laborer. She wrote about her experience in Whatever Happened To The American Dream?: Tales Across A Continent, which went on to become a New York Times bestseller and for which she was awarded a Nobel Prize in Literature. Today, she is here to speak with us about her experiences throughout Mexico and the United States and how we can work together for unity through diversity. Ladies and gentlemen, I am very honored to introduce Marta Estralla.” at which point they would clap, she would walk up to the podium, say thanks, probably shake your hand or something, and you would get off the stage.