Woman UP! "It's more than professional development¦it's professional empowerment!"
Aimee Cohen is the Career Dream-Maker! With all of the training and education you receive to do your job, you have never had anyone teach you how to create a life-long, fulfilling, and successful career¦until now! Time to pull on your big-girl panties and take control of your career like a boss!
Keynote Speaker, Best-Selling Author
Amy Morin is a licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist, and a lecturer at Northeastern University.
Her expertise in mental strength has attracted international attention. Her bestselling book, 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do, is being translated into more than 20 languages.
This powerful successful woman, with heart and determination, will awaken your audiences to action.
Picture a Firecracker in your presence. Annie's light and spark sets the listeners on fire. They can't sleep, text or drift. The sparks fly and the audience comes alive with laughter, interest, and no more excuses.
Actress, Activist, Humanitarian
Ashley Judd is well known for dexterously starring in both box office hits and for turning in unforgettable performances in fine independent films. From her debut in Sundance Film Festival grand jury prize winner, Ruby In Paradise, to Where the Heart Is, Simon Burch, Helen, De-Lovely and Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, her films tell very personal stories-- which is exactly what Judd does when she is not making movies.
Star, MTV show The Buried Life
Ben Nemtin is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of What Do You Want To Do Before You Die? and the star of the MTV show The Buried Life. As the co-founder of The Buried Life movement, Ben’s message of radical possibility has been featured by major media outlets including The Today Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, Inc., ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC News.
Sociologist, Author, Entertainer
No one defies stereotypes, generalizations or cliches more than Dr. Bertice Berry. Growing up poor in Wilmington, Delaware, the sixth of seven children, Bertice was told by a high school teacher that she was "not college material". Fortunately, there was another teacher who believed that she was destined for more.