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Transforming people into inspirational leaders


A Dynamic Duo


Typical speakers rely on a slide deck, stand behind or beside a podium, and spend most of the time, well, speaking.

When we support an event or conference, we keep things interactive and engaging. We lean away from the slide deck and toward hands-on materials and dynamic discussions. We share insights from our experience and background, to ensure it’s an active, not passive, experience.

Stephanie is spunky.

Stephanie is spunky.

Kara is heartfelt.

Kara is heartfelt.


Do you have a speaking engagement in need of a speaker? Let us know!


Inspiring audiences around the globe. 


Our Topics

Discover Influence


Elevate Your Influence

Pull apart the components of influence, learn how each of them operate, and discover what you can do to increase your influence effectiveness now and in the future.


Super Powers of an Influential Storyteller

Discover and explore the four super powers that will transform you from a basic storyteller into one that can change the hearts and minds of your audience.


Fight Your Confidence Killers

Women are notorious for not putting themselves out there as confidently as men. We will achieve our full potential only when we learn to fight the confidence killers that hold us back. Together we discuss the things that erode our tenacity and ways to rebuild the confidence we need to achieve the success we deserve.


"Stephanie delivered her Fight Your Confidence Killers talk to the Fort Collins chapter of Women Who Code last week. Her talk was engaging, interactive, and uniquely addressed some of the issues that women in programming face. She transformed what could be a passively-absorbed speech into a dynamic and interactive discussion that engaged all the members of our group. During the event, her guidance allowed everyone in the room the opportunity to open up about their personal confidence challenges and identify specific steps for how to overcome them. We look forward to having Stephanie back for additional programming in the future."

Lindsay Hohn, Co-Director, Women Who Code, Fort Collins, CO


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