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Elaine Chao, Former Secretary of Transportation Now Speaking Exclusively with WWSG

Posted by WWSG Staff on Apr 1, 2021 8:47:58 AM

Elaine Chao is a dynamic speaker with a dramatic personal story, extraordinary resume, and wide-ranging expertise on leadership, innovation, the economy and much more. Her 37-day journey aboard a cargo ship with her mother and sisters to America foreshadowed a life of possibilities, challenges and achievements. The first Asian American woman to be in the President’s cabinet, the arc of Elaine Chao’s experience encompasses cultures of Asia and the West; the public, private, and non-profit sectors; four presidential administrations; and living and working in New York, California, Kentucky, and Washington, D.C. During COVID-19, her leadership at the U.S. Department of Transportation allowed our nation’s transportation systems to remain open, safe, and moving. Engaging, informative, and results-oriented, Elaine Chao will leave your audience inspired and ready to conquer the world.

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Don't Miss Ayaan Hirsi Ali's New Podcast and Book PREY

Posted by WWSG Staff on Feb 9, 2021 8:30:00 AM

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Carly Fiorina Teaches True Leadership By Example

Posted by WWSG Staff on Dec 3, 2018 1:40:40 PM


Carly Fiorina is in a class of her own. A true leader who worked her way to the CEO Office, she utilized her passion, problem-solving and entrepreneurial gift to become the first woman ever to lead a Fortune 500 Company.

Ms. Fiorina’s experience spans from starting out as a secretary for a 9-person real-estate business to CEO of Hewlett Packard, where in partnership with her effective leadership, revenue grew, innovation tripled, growth quadrupled, and HP became the 11th largest company in the U.S.

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Top Female Motivational Speakers In The World

Posted by WWSG Staff on Sep 13, 2017 2:15:01 PM


Inspiration is all around us - in newspapers, magazines, on our smartphones and tablets. Rarely a moment goes by without someone trying to persuade us to do something, usually in the form of an idealized image, lifestyle or career path that we’re encouraged to imitate. 

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Women speakers who inspire and motivate: Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Posted by Jody Raines on Feb 29, 2012 2:36:00 PM

Women leaders come in many shapes and sizes and when hiring a woman speaker for a keynote presentation, the hope is that the message is inspiring and motivating.  Few women speakers have the background or depth of life experiences to turn a negative into a positive as Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a relentless champion of free speech, defender of women’s rights and outspoken controversial public figure.  She has been the target of death threats, victimized publicly, and yet she is a voice that won’t be silenced. 

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Motivational Women Speakers: The Difference One Person Makes

Posted by Jody Raines on Feb 23, 2012 1:54:00 PM

Motivational speakers are people who make a difference.  When it comes to changing the world, there may be no better motivation than a promise.  Nancy Brinker promised her sister, Susan Komen, that she would raise awareness of and to help find a cure for breast cancer.   Unfortunately, Susan passed away in 1982 at age 36.   At that time, no one was talking about breast cancer.   It was a quiet disease that no one wanted to talk about or share.  Yet today, we’ve likely heard of or known someone touched by breast cancer and the whole month of October is now dedicated to its awareness, detection and eventual eradication.  Treatment has made many advances, yet breast cancer still is a terrifying diagnosis; thanks to early detection and other improvements, millions of women do survive breast cancer.

In 2012, it is estimated there will be over 225,000 newly reported incidents of women diagnosed with breast cancer within the US -- and that nearly 40,000 of those women diagnosed will not survive.

Nancy Brinker took the initiative after losing her sister to establish the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation.  The foundation pioneered cause-related marketing initiatives that led to new legislation, greater government research funding and billions of dollars spent on awareness and research.  Today, Susan G. Komen foundation is the largest network of breast cancer survivors and activists in the world.

From an inauspicious beginning at a kitchen table to one of Biography Magazine’s “25 Most Powerful Women in America” and Ladies Home Journal’s “100 Most Important Women of the 20th Century”, Nancy Brinker shares an empowering journey which resonates with women executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders. We all have the power, as an individual, to make a difference in our workplace, our community and in our home.  

Turning adversity into positive change for the greater good is an important aspect of today’s challenging economy.   By motivating and empowering our associates, we create the opportunity for them to add more value to the team, thereby gaining greater confidence and job satisfaction for them and increased productivity and organizational strength for the firm.

Selecting a speaker with a story that transcends the status quo and resonates with an audience is important.  Whether your event is related to health care initiatives or business motivation, having a powerful woman leader such as Nancy Brinker will make a lasting impression on your audience.
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