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Female Leaders of Top Brands Now Speaking

by Maddie Donnelly
 Female Leaders of Top Brands Now Speaking

Lately several of our clients have asked us for top-reviewed female speakers to kick off 2017 events… Is this a topic you’re interested in?

Here are 4 of our strongest recommendations (plus video!):

Dawn Hudson, Chief Marketing Officer at the NFL
Dawn is a speaker that always draws crowds. She’s known in the sports and marketing worlds as a business visionary and one of the major proponents of authentic marketing. She has a near-photographic memory, so her speeches appear effortless onstage.
Watch video of Dawn.

Anjali Kumar, Former Google executive and former Head of Social Innovation at Warby Parker
Anjali is a former senior Google and Warby Parker executive and author of the upcoming book From Google to God. She talks about the source of innovation, innovation as a continuous process rather than a singular idea, and shares the 4 ways to innovate that she learned at Google and Warby.
Watch video of Anjali.

Susan O’Malley, Former President of the Washington Capitals and the Washington Wizards
The biggest thing I can say about Susan is that clients always rave about her. She’s easy to work with, funny, and likeable. Her presentation is great—examples about turning around flailing franchises and the importance of interpersonal relationships. She talks about why leaders need to actually get their hands dirty to lead by example.
Watch video of Susan.

Sarah Robb O’Hagan, Former President of Equinox and Gatorade
Sarah has been named one of Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business.” After two decades leading some of the world’s most influential companies, she’s now on the speaking circuit. She is super high-energy and talks about how to make failure your fuel, how to discover your most competitive playing field, and how to bring out the “extreme” in others.

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