Scream Your Dream – Find Your Marketing Voice
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Cheldin Barlatt Rumer, CEO of i-g creative and Executive Producer & Host of This is it TV
Confidence is key, awareness is essential, and a plan is necessary for you to promote your business to your ideal target market. Cheldin Barlatt Rumer shares a realistic strategy and suggested tactics to assist you in identifying your “unique marketing voice: which will aid you in no longer whispering your wishes but SCREAMING YOUR DREAM! Your marketing voice will empower you to build your business, grow your community and increase sales in a measurable way. As CEO of i-g creative, Rumer has spent close to two decades creating, managing and executing strategic grassroots marketing campaigns for client within an array of various lifestyle industries.
Radnor Valley Country Club in Villanova, PA
11:00 am – 1:30 pm
Leadership the Eleanor Roosevelt Way
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Robin Gerber, Author, Historian and Leadership Expert
Through the stories of great women, Robin Gerber teaches empowering and insightful lessons about leadership and success. She is a popular keynote speaker, with an online course, “Leadership Your Way,” that goes beyond her talks, using stories from Eleanor Roosevelt, Katharine Graham, Ruth Handler, Rosa Parks, Michelle Obama and more. In early 2020, Robin will be featured on the CNN six-part documentary series about American First Ladies. Her book Barbie and Ruth, about the founder of Mattel and the creator of Barbie, is being made into a major motion picture with Reese Witherspoon producing.
Accessing Gender Equality in the Workplace, An Interview
Thursday, May 21, 2020
Kimberly Ramalho, VP, Communications and Public Affairs Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS)
Kimberly Ramalho has nearly 25 years of communications experience and is credited with developing programs that deliver a high return on investment, motivate employees and increase awareness of the business. She is actively involved in the corporation’s Diversity and Inclusion efforts and serves as an executive champion for Lockheed Martin’s Women’s Impact Network. She’s a firm believer in having it all (and does, as she resides in New Jersey with her husband and twin children) and publishes regularly on the topic of gender equality in the workplace via her Thrive Global column. This fireside interview will provide perspectives into how those in leadership positions can embrace the next workforce generation and beyond.
Thursday, June 25, 2020
Laura Gassner Otting, Author and Leadership Expert
Many of us spend our lives pursuing a singular idea of success, one that was created for us by someone else. We give votes to those who shouldn’t even have voices and strive to go faster and faster even as we find ourselves falling further and further behind. We chase gold stars, we check all the boxes, we Lean In – and we still feel incomplete. In this keynote, Laura Gassner Otting teaches you how to ignore that rules that created your limits, align your energies and your actions, and do work that really matters so that you can live your best life. This talk lights a fire within that catalyzes energy and excitement towards becoming the change agent needed to maximize impact.
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Go Far Together: Lessons from the Sidelines
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Ashley Fox, Award-winning Sports Journalist and Analyst; NFL Reporter and Columnist
Ashley Fox is one of the NFL’s most well-respected journalists and a trailblazer in the ego-infused world of sports media. NFL coaches by nature are overachievers, plagued by insecurity and motivated by the pursuit of greatness and the avoidance of failure. They are the de facto CEO’s of billion-dollar corporations. In this inspiring keynote, Ashley shares her unique experiences covering America’s sporting obsession and the lessons she’s learned from the leaders of the most exceptional athletes on the planet.
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The Importance of Second Chances: Opportunities to Learn and Grow
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Dr. Yolanda Flournah-Perkins, Author,
Entrepreneur and Motivational Speaker
The semester she was scheduled to graduate from college, 23-year-old Flournah-Perkins was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison. During her imprisonment, she realized that she, and many other incarcerated women, had low self-esteem. From Federal Prison to Doctoral Degree, Dr. Yolanda Flournah-Perkins highlights her journey in her book, NOW: My Journey Your Lessons. This book was written to remind individuals that your life is not over after a mistake or wrong decision. Every single one of us possess within ourselves the full potential and ability to shatter glass ceilings, disrupt the status quo, and break down barriers. Today, Dr. Flournah-Perkins continues to share her story of incarceration in order to bring awareness and attention to the issue of low self-esteem, and to encourage, motivate, and inspire others who are released back into society.