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Pursuing Your Dreams with Olympic Athlete Dara Torres

Posted by WWSG Staff on Sep 21, 2016 7:30:00 PM

Pursuing Your Dreams with Olympian Dara Torres

Every four years, Olympians from around the globe inspire us with their dedication, strength, precision, and power. For two weeks, they can capture our imaginations with sporting excellence. Some Olympians can inspire us further and show us that no feat is impossible with the right amount of preparation and commitment, like the incredible swimmer and five-time Olympian, Dara Torres.

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Topics: motivational speaker, Women Keynote Speakers

An Introduction to Ayaan Hirsi Ali and the AHA Foundation: Saving Lives

Posted by WWSG Staff on Sep 16, 2016 12:01:24 PM

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The mission to end violence against girls is an ongoing campaign for Ayaan Hirsi Ali and the AHA Foundation. This organization was founded by Hirsi Ali and aims to end honor violence that shames, hurts, or kills millions of women across the globe.

The AHA Foundation is working to elevate the status of women globally by supporting women’s education initiatives and building campaigns that help create safer spaces in which women can work and live.

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Topics: Women Keynote Speakers, Ayaan Hirsi Ali

What You Can Get from Elaine Chao’s Keynote Speeches

Posted by WWSG Staff on Aug 25, 2016 1:05:38 PM

Lessons Learned from Elaine Chao

Notable accomplishments are made even more impressive when you consider the barriers an individual overcomes in the pursuit of their goal. This holds true with the first woman Asian American member of a president's Cabinet.

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Topics: Women Keynote Speakers, Secretary Elaine Chao

How Carly Fiorina’s Leadership Style Has Contributed to Her Success

Posted by WWSG Staff on Aug 22, 2016 9:45:00 AM

Carly Fiorina Top Leadership Speaker

Great leaders have the ability to see into the future of their company. They don’t just position themselves at the helm of their business, ideology, or movement. They are relentless in the pursuit of their goals and the goals of their company. They also take great care to make sure that their actions are inspiring to those who follow them.

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Topics: best women speakers, Carly Fiorina, Women Keynote Speakers

Nancy Brinker and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

Posted by WWSG Staff on Aug 18, 2016 9:30:00 AM

Nancy Brinker Breast Cancer

Grief-stricken Nancy Brinker made a promise over thirty years ago that has blossomed into a global movement.

In 1980, Brinker lost her sister, Susan Komen, to breast cancer. In the last moments of her sister’s life, Brinker pledged that she would fight tirelessly against eradicating breast cancer for good. This sparked a drive for changing the way the world sees breast cancer. The movement that ensued in the decades to follow fundamentally changed fundraising and not-for-profit organizations around the world. And it all started with a promise.

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Topics: Women Keynote Speakers, Susan Komen

How Writing a Book Can Help Speakers Market Themselves

Posted by WWSG Staff on Feb 29, 2016 3:00:00 PM

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In a world of marketers, it’s important to get your name and face out there as much as possible. The information age has given anyone the power to be an expert on just about anything. This presents a challenge for keynote speakers: how do you present yourself as an authority?

One of the best ways to establish credibility is by publishing a book. These days anyone can contribute to a blog, but putting the time and research into a published work means that you have influence in your respective industry.

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Topics: female keynote speaker, Women Keynote Speakers

3 Powerful Women Rising to Keynote Speaker Fame

Posted by WWSG Staff on Apr 15, 2015 11:54:00 AM

Women leaders and successful women in business have overcome hurdles which both women and men can relate to, often making them excellent keynote and/or motivational speakers.  These women are especially powerful and in-demand by audiences when their accomplishment is monumental by any standard, such as leading a Fortune 20, establishing a multi-billion dollar organization from scratch, commanding a U.S. Naval station, becoming a renowned business and media icon, or chairing a major financial institution.  These women leaders don’t just beat the odds, they defy them.

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Topics: Women Keynote Speakers, WWSG's Top Speakers

Allen West, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Donna Brazile, and Russell Simmons: How These 4 Professional Speakers Embody American Values

Posted by WWSG Staff on Feb 19, 2015 3:02:00 PM

Allen West - During a time where political parties have never been more polarizing, Allen West is proof that race does not determine political affiliation. Born in 1961 in Georgia, West is a Republican and former member of the U.S. House of Representatives. He served in the US military from 1983 to 2004, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. During his tenure in the military, he received several awards including the Bronze Star and the Army Commendation Medal. West speaks for his strong conservative values as well as a firm education. He is considered a star member of the Tea Party Caucus, where he has repeatedly fought the notion that the movement was motivated by racism, and instead believed it appealed to the conservative values he was raised to honor. His views and affiliation have shown the Grand Old Party can appeal to members of any race and background, and consistently works to prove it, inspiring many others to join the fray. Learn more about Allen West here.  

 

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Topics: motivational speakers, innovation speaker, Women Keynote Speakers, WWSG's Top Speakers

Women Speakers Influencing Major Headlines

Posted by Kelly Dieter on May 30, 2013 8:48:00 AM

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Topics: Carly Fiorina, Women Keynote Speakers, Sheila Bair, drones, mortgage securities, immigration reform, WWSG's Top Speakers

Secretary Elaine Chao: a Powerful Keynote Speaker & Former U.S. Cabinet Member

Posted by Kelly Dieter on Dec 13, 2012 12:02:00 PM

What You Need to Know About Secretary Elaine Chao...

Speaking on strategy, the geopolitical climate and global competitiveness, Secretary Elaine L. Chao pulls from her unique perspective at the Department of Labor, her experience as CEO of United Way of America, and her service as Director of the Peace Corps to deliver compelling speeches as a powerful keynote speaker.

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Topics: keynote business speaker, female keynote speaker, best women speakers, Women Keynote Speakers, Secretary Elaine Chao, WWSG's Top Speakers

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