"Guest Speakers"

Thu 16 April 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Yvonne Heath to discuss how college students and professionals can prepare for their first internship, as well as discuss Yvonne's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

What is the purpose of an internship?
What is the purpose of a first job out of college?
How can somebody properly set their expectations so then they can anticipate what is to come from an internship or job? E.g. how can somebody minimize negative surprises from work?
How do you prepare for potentially stressful situations at work?
Does your work or your professional interests ever pull you in different directions? How do you stay on task and focused?
Who should I really make an effort to impress in the job?
Is it worth my time or effort to take on additional responsibilities even though they aren’t required of me?
Does it make sense for me to meet people outside of my cohort while in an internship or in my first job?
Do you have any stories of times in which somebody you met (can be in the workplace or outside of it), where you weren’t expecting anything, turned out to have amazing insight for you and/or really helped you out?
Is it important that you treat everyone you meet, especially in the workplace, with respect and kindness? E.g. have you ever known a situation where somebody who was lower than you, or somebody you knew, on the totem pole at one company, ended up rising up the ladder at another company really quickly and then you, or the person you knew, ended up working for them?
Is it important that your supervisor sees you being productive? If so, why is that important?
Wed 15 April 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Hallie Crawford to discuss how professionals can handle conflict at work, as well as discuss Ashley's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

Did you or have you ever struggled with communicating about conflict?
Have you ever worked with someone that you didn’t see eye to eye with?
Is it possible to continue working with those people?
Who do you talk to about the conflict to sort your thoughts out?
What are some of the most common conflicts in the workplace?
What is a leadership conflict? E.g. when there are multiple bosses who hold the same rank diving differing instructions. How do you handle that?
How do you handle a situation in which you are relying on somebody else’s work to get your tasks complete? Can you set expectations early? If so, how do you properly do that? What if you drop the ball on the expectations you set for the other person?
If somebody has a different work style as you, how do you handle ensuring there is productivity, even if you both go about accomplishing the same task in different ways? 
How would you suggest people handle cultural-based differences in the workplace? E.g. people with different backgrounds, cultures, or social norms as you, how do you handle that? Especially for international business.
How do you handle personality clashes? How would you suggest people handle that?
Tue 14 April 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview JT McCormick to discuss how college students and professionals can prepare for their first internship, as well as discuss JT's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

What is the purpose of an internship?
What is the purpose of a first job out of college?
How can somebody properly set their expectations so then they can anticipate what is to come from an internship or job? E.g. how can somebody minimize negative surprises from work?
How do you prepare for potentially stressful situations at work?
Does your work or your professional interests ever pull you in different directions? How do you stay on task and focused?
Who should I really make an effort to impress in the job?
Is it worth my time or effort to take on additional responsibilities even though they aren’t required of me?
Does it make sense for me to meet people outside of my cohort while in an internship or in my first job?
Do you have any stories of times in which somebody you met (can be in the workplace or outside of it), where you weren’t expecting anything, turned out to have amazing insight for you and/or really helped you out?
Is it important that you treat everyone you meet, especially in the workplace, with respect and kindness? E.g. have you ever known a situation where somebody who was lower than you, or somebody you knew, on the totem pole at one company, ended up rising up the ladder at another company really quickly and then you, or the person you knew, ended up working for them?
Is it important that your supervisor sees you being productive? If so, why is that important?
Mon 13 April 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Ashley Fontaine to discuss how college students and professionals can prepare for their first internship, as well as discuss Ashley's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

What is the purpose of an internship?
What is the purpose of a first job out of college?
How can somebody properly set their expectations so then they can anticipate what is to come from an internship or job? E.g. how can somebody minimize negative surprises from work?
How do you prepare for potentially stressful situations at work?
Does your work or your professional interests ever pull you in different directions? How do you stay on task and focused?
Who should I really make an effort to impress in the job?
Is it worth my time or effort to take on additional responsibilities even though they aren’t required of me?
Does it make sense for me to meet people outside of my cohort while in an internship or in my first job?
Do you have any stories of times in which somebody you met (can be in the workplace or outside of it), where you weren’t expecting anything, turned out to have amazing insight for you and/or really helped you out?
Is it important that you treat everyone you meet, especially in the workplace, with respect and kindness? E.g. have you ever known a situation where somebody who was lower than you, or somebody you knew, on the totem pole at one company, ended up rising up the ladder at another company really quickly and then you, or the person you knew, ended up working for them?
Is it important that your supervisor sees you being productive? If so, why is that important?
Sun 12 April 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Adam Posner to discuss how college students and professionals can prepare for their first internship, as well as discuss Adam's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

What is the purpose of an internship?
What is the purpose of a first job out of college?
How can somebody properly set their expectations so then they can anticipate what is to come from an internship or job? E.g. how can somebody minimize negative surprises from work?
How do you prepare for potentially stressful situations at work?
Does your work or your professional interests ever pull you in different directions? How do you stay on task and focused?
Who should I really make an effort to impress in the job?
Is it worth my time or effort to take on additional responsibilities even though they aren’t required of me?
Does it make sense for me to meet people outside of my cohort while in an internship or in my first job?
Do you have any stories of times in which somebody you met (can be in the workplace or outside of it), where you weren’t expecting anything, turned out to have amazing insight for you and/or really helped you out?
Is it important that you treat everyone you meet, especially in the workplace, with respect and kindness? E.g. have you ever known a situation where somebody who was lower than you, or somebody you knew, on the totem pole at one company, ended up rising up the ladder at another company really quickly and then you, or the person you knew, ended up working for them?
Is it important that your supervisor sees you being productive? If so, why is that important?
Thu 26 March 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Wanda Thibodeaux to discuss how graduate students and professionals can decide when is the right time to switch jobs, as well as discuss Wanda 's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

Some questions which will be addressed in this workshop series:
What is the thought process around switching jobs? 
What is the thought process around switching industries?
What motivates people at work?
Why do people switch jobs?
Is there a good way to determine a lack of opportunities for your skills?
How do you know if you have a bad boss?
How does pay play a factor in switching jobs?
How can somebody go about identifying their work preferences?
What does a toxic work culture mean?
When are lack of promotions a reason to switch jobs?
How can somebody assess the cost of switching jobs?
How can you quit a job professionally?
Where do I go if I am interested in learning about opportunities?
Was my education a waste if I switched industries?
Tue 24 March 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Mac Prichard to discuss how college students and professionals can prepare for professional interviews, as well as discuss Mac's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

Some questions which will be addressed in this workshop series:
How do you control the interview?
How can you ensure that you are being interviewed accurately?
How do you handle difficult questions during the interview?
What is the best way to answer interview questions?
How should you prepare for an interview?
Can you leverage your network to help you land an interview?
What is the purpose of a resume?
What is the purpose of a cover letter?
What if you get an offer but are waiting to hear back from another company?
Is it bad to accept an offer then pull it for another offer?
How should you follow up after the interview?
What are strong questions for a candidate to ask?
How do you determine what is most impactful for a job offer, especially when you have multiple offers?
Sun 22 March 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Lou Adler to discuss how college students and professionals can prepare for professional interviews, as well as discuss Lou's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

Some questions which will be addressed in this workshop series:
How do you control the interview?
How can you ensure that you are being interviewed accurately?
How do you handle difficult questions during the interview?
What is the best way to answer interview questions?
How should you prepare for an interview?
Can you leverage your network to help you land an interview?
What is the purpose of a resume?
What is the purpose of a cover letter?
What if you get an offer but are waiting to hear back from another company?
Is it bad to accept an offer then pull it for another offer?
How should you follow up after the interview?
What are strong questions for a candidate to ask?
How do you determine what is most impactful for a job offer, especially when you have multiple offers?
Thu 5 March 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Janice Porter to discuss how college students and professionals can network in a genuine and meaningful way, as well as discuss Janice's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

Questions that we cover include:
What does genuine networking mean to you?
What is your reason for being?
How can your life goals influence who you surround yourself with?
How can your network influence your career movement?
What is a successful person?
Do you need to practice networking? If so, how can you do that?
Are people generally helpful?
What does it take to have meaningful conversations?
How can someone practice asking more engaging questions?
How can somebody set the stage for informational interviews?
Is appropriate to take notes during meetings? If so, how can somebody take notes appropriately?
Does body language play a factor in networking and relationship building?
Does vocal inflection have an impact on networking and relationship building?
What are go-to questions to ask to get to know somebody better?
When is the right time to be vulnerable in a conversation with somebody?
When is the right time to be vulnerable in a mentor relationship?
Is it appropriate to ask for introductions from a mentor?
Wed 4 March 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Emma Kerr to discuss how graduate students and professionals can decide if pursuing additional education is right for them, as well as discuss Emma's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.
Tue 3 March 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Frank Mengert to discuss how college students and professionals can network in a genuine and meaningful way, as well as discuss Frank's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

Questions that we cover include:
What does genuine networking mean to you?
What is your reason for being?
How can your life goals influence who you surround yourself with?
How can your network influence your career movement?
What is a successful person?
Do you need to practice networking? If so, how can you do that?
Are people generally helpful?
What does it take to have meaningful conversations?
How can someone practice asking more engaging questions?
How can somebody set the stage for informational interviews?
Is appropriate to take notes during meetings? If so, how can somebody take notes appropriately?
Does body language play a factor in networking and relationship building?
Does vocal inflection have an impact on networking and relationship building?
What are go-to questions to ask to get to know somebody better?
When is the right time to be vulnerable in a conversation with somebody?
When is the right time to be vulnerable in a mentor relationship?
Is it appropriate to ask for introductions from a mentor?
Mon 2 March 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Nick Smarrelli to discuss how college students and professionals can network in a genuine and meaningful way, as well as discuss Nick's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

Questions that we cover include:
What does genuine networking mean to you?
What is your reason for being?
How can your life goals influence who you surround yourself with?
How can your network influence your career movement?
What is a successful person?
Do you need to practice networking? If so, how can you do that?
Are people generally helpful?
What does it take to have meaningful conversations?
How can someone practice asking more engaging questions?
How can somebody set the stage for informational interviews?
Is appropriate to take notes during meetings? If so, how can somebody take notes appropriately?
Does body language play a factor in networking and relationship building?
Does vocal inflection have an impact on networking and relationship building?
What are go-to questions to ask to get to know somebody better?
When is the right time to be vulnerable in a conversation with somebody?
When is the right time to be vulnerable in a mentor relationship?
Is it appropriate to ask for introductions from a mentor?
Sun 1 March 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview Andrea Constantine to discuss how college students and professionals can network in a genuine and meaningful way, as well as discuss Andrea's professional experiences and mentor relationships. The host of this video is Ambition In Motion's founder, Garrett Mintz.

Questions that we cover include:
What does genuine networking mean to you?
What your Ikigai, or reason for being?
How can your life goals influence who you surround yourself with?
How can your network influence your career movement?
What is a successful person?
Do you need to practice networking? If so, how can you do that?
Are people generally helpful?
What does it take to have meaningful conversations?
How can someone practice asking more engaging questions?
How can somebody set the stage for informational interviews?
Is appropriate to take notes during meetings? If so, how can somebody take notes appropriately?
Does body language play a factor in networking and relationship building?
Does vocal inflection have an impact on networking and relationship building?
What are go-to questions to ask to get to know somebody better?
When is the right time to be vulnerable in a conversation with somebody?
When is the right time to be vulnerable in a mentor relationship?
Is it appropriate to ask for introductions from a mentor?
Wed 19 February 2020
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Nicole Martin is Chief Empowerment Officer and Founder of HRBoost, LLC, a HR Shared Services consulting firm based in Chicago, Illinois. In recognition of her professional excellence as well as her community, Nicole has been honored by multiple organizations including most recently as one of Mirror Review’s 10 Game Changing Women in 2019. Awardee for Business Excellence by the Chicago Daily Herald, and a 2016 Enterprising Women of the Year Champion by Enterprising Women Magazine. A sought-after expert, her knowledge and advice have been featured in newspapers and magazines throughout the country. In addition, Nicole is the host online of HR in the Fast Lane and contributing writer for the Chicago Business Journal.  Nicole has authored, International Literary Award and Amazon Best Seller, The Talent Emergency, the accompanying Talent Emergency Guidebook, The Human Side of Profitability, The Power of Joy & Purpose, and her newly released co-authored book No Fear Negotiation for Women.
Tue 18 February 2020
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During this video, we introduce the Ambition In Motion mentor program and then interview David Elfman to discuss how college students and professionals can get their foot in the door for professional experiences and mentor relationships. 
Mon 17 February 2020
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Joanna Severino is the Founder & President of PREPSKILLS and the US College Expo. Joanna has been an educator for over 25 years, helping students to excel in achieving important milestones in education. For many Canadian families, applying to private schools and US colleges can be daunting. PREPSKILLS helps navigate this process by giving families the tools, resources and connections to maximize opportunities. Joanna created the US College Expo in Canada and PrepConnect events to help families explore their educational pathways. Education is really about resourcefulness. As a certified teacher and passionate mom-preneur, Joanna is always looking for ways to ensure that students connect with these opportunities and get the valuable information they need to make informed decisions about education.
Sun 16 February 2020
Leverage LinkedIn to expand your network.'
Bree is a Career Consultant, CEO of HD Career Consulting LLC and podcast host of Who Ate My Cake Podcast, with over 15 years’ experience. She leverages her knowledge of workforce development trends, career pathways, education and training programs, HR process and hiring partnerships to systematically and strategically assess people's challenges to help them find careers that stick. She gained her experience and training working in higher education, training and development and parted ways with the institution in 2018 to launch HD Career Consulting with the mission to bring career exploration and development services to working adults struggling to navigate careers efficiently and effectively because we all deserve Work + Happy.  
Her expertise
o   Adult Teaching, Learning and Career Development Specialist.
o   Member of the National Career Development Association.
o   Published Research Author in the Journal of Career Development.
o   Former peer reviewer for the Journal of Career Development.
o   Podcast host and creator of Who Ate My Cake, An all things career podcast.
o   Former Student Affairs Practitioner, and Graduate Student SuccessPrograms Creator and Evaluator.
Wed 13 November 2019
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 The lessons she learned from “The Colonel” have helped her make smart decisions and overcome adversity with humility and a sense of humor. 
 Lauren has navigated just about every aspect of corporate America in her varied career - from trucking to achieving top-tier Sales Director status for a global cosmetics firm to managing a non-profit foundation. 
 In her speaking career, she has presented in seven countries to associations, organizations, federal, state and local governments, as well as Fortune 500 companies - helping them improve the effectiveness of their communication and reduce unnecessary conflict. 
 Lauren is a Certified Speaking Professional through the NSA and The Global Speakers Federation. Able to relate to and energize everyone from the custodial staff to C-Level executives, Lauren is a master storyteller, delivering insightful, inspirational and relevant content that empowers people to absorb and act upon what they’ve heard – and she does so in an entertaining manner with a dry sense of humor that keeps them chuckling while they’re learning. 
 Her enthusiasm is infectious and her passion unmistakable. 
Tue 12 November 2019
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 David began his career in technology, as the first CEO of Samsung's first smartphone division, PC-e Phone, as well as executive roles at companies like Westlaw, Thomson Reuters, Everypath, and Accenture. 
 He is also a Top 100 Business Coach, the executive producer and host of Entrepreneur's #1 show, Elevator Pitch, and host of the top business podcast, The Playbook. 
 David sits on multiple boards including as Chairman of Unstoppable Foundation and as the Chief Chancellor of Junior Achievement University, which was ranked the #7 nonprofit in the world. He was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor and as Variety Magazine's Sports Humanitarian of the Year, but David prefers to be known as the CEO who travels the world helping people. 
Mon 11 November 2019
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Lexi is the associate director of SEO and data for SourceMedia, a B2B media company in New York City with 15+ titles in the financial, technology and healthcare sectors. 
 She's also a long-time contributing writer and the founder of HerTrack.com, an online lifestyle community for young women. Named one of Folio Magazine's Rising Stars in the Media Industry in 2018, Lexi is a champion of data-driven content strategy and enhanced audience engagement. 
 She's constantly seeking out the latest tool, tactic or test and loves the opportunity to toss around those ideas with the best brains in the industry and an unlimited flow of coffee. 
Sun 10 November 2019
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 Caroline is a career columnist for Forbes.com and formerly wrote for Money.com, Time.com, CNBC, and Portfolio. She is the creator of online courses -- Behind The Scenes In The Hiring Process, and Making FIRE Possible – and is the author of Jump Ship: 10 Steps To Starting A New Career. 
 Caroline has been a repeat guest expert on CBS, CNN, CNBC, and Fox Business and has been quoted in major media outlets, including BusinessWeek, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Fortune, Inc, NPR, and Success Magazine. 
 As an executive coach, Caroline has worked with executives from Amazon, Goldman Sachs, Google, McKinsey, Tesla, and other leading firms. Caroline also teaches professional development and negotiation courses at Columbia University. 
 Prior to starting her own firm in 2008, Caroline spent 15 years in strategy consulting, executive search, and HR. 
 A classically-trained pianist at Juilliard and Manhattan School of Music, Caroline stays active in the arts, performing stand-up comedy and producing horror and sci/fi with FBC Films. 
Thu 24 October 2019
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Ambition In Motion's workshop on how to prepare and make a positive impression during interviews with host Garrett Mintz and guest speaker John Boitnott. During this workshop, we will cover the key components of determining when the right time is to make a career change.

Tue 22 October 2019
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 He graduated with a Master of Science in College Student Affairs with a concentration in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from NSU and a Bachelor of Science in Sociology & International Relations from Florida International University. 
 Emilio became a Full Time Advisor with the Office of Career Development in June 2013. In September 2015 he was promoted to the Assistant Director for Career Advisement at NSU. 
 As of February 2018, Emilio has served as the Associate Director of Employer Relations. In his role, he is always developing new and unique ways to have employers and students engage with one another including case competitions, networking events and other innovative programs. 
 He also develops the strategic plan in which to promote employers brand awareness on campus while ensuring students have opportunities through internships that enhance their academic experience. Emilio also oversees the Business school career office and is always working to create new partnerships to provide the best outcomes for students own professional development. 
Mon 21 October 2019
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 Ashira’s background includes 13 years in Management and HR at companies in America, with two years abroad in Europe and Russia. 
 She has worked with organizations ranging from family businesses to Fortune 100 companies including ABC, NYPD, and Columbia University. She is a regular contributor for Forbes and has been featured in Business Insider, Inc., The Telegraph, Fast Company, Glassdoor, FlexJobs, and other industry publications. 
Sun 20 October 2019
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 He has been a trusted adviser to over one hundred businesses including many Fortune 500 companies. He is a huge advocate of Education and is a Pre-Doctoral candidate at Columbia University. 
 In recent years, Vinay’s vast industry experience has opened his eyes to the ever-changing plight of the American workforce and he has become a leading advocate in the fight against Multi-Gen Ageism (age discrimination) and wage/income inequality. 
 This “age and wage” crisis, as he calls it, has led Vinay Singh to his first book. His second book, debuting 2020 is specifically on Adult Leadership for Generation Z and how to navigate the “Chaotic and Hyper-Driven World of Work”. 
Tue 8 October 2019
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His current focus is leadership and management in distributed companies and how we can build more effective teams across timezones.
He helps others understand that the important part in remote work is building relationships and working with the humans behind the avatars.
Marcus writes about virtual leadership in FastCompany, mentors other remote supervisors, and facilitates international masterclasses about management in distributed teams.
Fri 4 October 2019
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 Jordan’s podcast, Growth Mindset University, was ranked #3 in Apple’s Training category and is consistently in the top ten. In Education, one of Apple’s most competitive categories, the show was ranked #15. 
 On the show, he interviews young up-and-comers and the most successful people on planet earth like James Altucher, Kevin Rudolf, Mark Manson, Dan Millman, Naveen Jain, and Dan Lok. 
 Jordan founded The WordPress Rocketeer, where he focused on developing engaging websites to launch his clients’ dreams to infinity and beyond. Now, he and his team have shifted their focus to doing marketing for serious podcasters. 
 His approach to life and business is simple yet powerful: Don’t make a living, design a life. With this creator’s mentality, Jordan has been able to produce outstanding results for himself and challenge others to rise above circumstances, break the mold of society, and take control of their lives. You can visit him at JordanParis.com
Thu 3 October 2019
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 Erica works with both individuals and companies to show them how to live healthy despite their busy schedules. Erica is the host of the upcoming podcast The Lies You’ve Been Fed and has been featured in Women’s Health, WTHR, and now the Indy Chamber. 
 Before starting her businesses, Erica worked in health care and public health for almost a decade. She has a MS from Tufts School of Medicine and her CHC through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. 
 After ten years on the east coast, she now lives in hometown of Indianapolis with her amazing husband Nick and their really cute dog Max. 
 Visit thebmethod.com to learn more. 
Wed 2 October 2019
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She has helped clients in many industries build resilient and engaged workplaces, develop high trust/high accountability relationships, and solve workplace issues that get in the way of success and profitability. She has owned 3 of her own businesses over the past 22 years. Prior to this she worked as a Correctional Officer, Counsellor and Contract Negotiation Specialist for government. 
 Her corporate clients have included all 3 levels of government, oil and gas sector, trade associations and companies (health, nursing, engineering, safety, and more), technology businesses, human resources, community partnership departments, educational institutions, police/fire and rescue, non profit organizations and everything in between. She has presented to more than 300,000 people worldwide. 
 She has a Master's Degree in Conflict Management & Analysis is a bestselling author (of 5 books & featured in 6 others), and CSP™ Certified Speaking Professional. Charmaine has been featured in renowned publications such as Inc., Occupational Health & Safety Magazine, and many others, as well as having appeared as a guest on numerous TV and Radio Programs. 
 Charmaine is Co-Producer of The Beast animated film (release winter 2019) starring a number of widely recognized celebrities, and her new book Working Better Together comes out this fall. 
Wed 2 October 2019
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A former corporate Vice President, she is also a trained marriage and family therapist, seasoned executive coach, Senior Forbes contributor and the author ofBreakdown, Breakthrough and the upcoming book The Most Powerful You: 7 Bravery-Boosting Paths to Career Bliss from HarperCollins Leadership. Kathy’s core mission is to support a “finding brave” global movement that inspires and empowers women to close their power gaps, create more impact and make the difference they long to in the world.
 Kathy is the President of Kathy Caprino, LLC, a premier career coaching and executive consulting firm offering career and leadership development programs for women including the Amazing Career Project course, her Finding Brave podcast, and the Amazing Career Certification training for coaches and her Close Your Power Gaps programs. 
 A leading voice on Thrive Global and LinkedIn, she is also a TEDx and keynote speaker and top media source on careers, leadership, and women’s issues. For more information, visit KathyCaprino.com visit and FindingBrave.org and connect with Kathy on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube. 
Tue 1 October 2019
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 Ai is the founder of Classroom Without Walls, an alternative school for entrepreneurship. As an Adobe Education Leader, Ai is passionate about incorporating social media and creative technologies to enhance student learning and to acquire skills that help them become future ready. 
 Ai’s work has been featured in Forbes, Inside Higher Education, Pearson Education, and Mark Schafer’s book among others. Ai hosts a weekly live streaming show, in which she interviews leading social media and digital marketers such as Seth Godin. Ai additionally contributes to Entrepreneur and Thrive Global. 
 Ai worked closely with Crystal King to develop a workbook for HubSpot Academy’s Social Media Certification. Ai frequently speaks at academic and industry conferences including VidCon, Social Media Week Lima (the largest social media marketing conference in the midwest, and others. 
Tue 17 September 2019
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 The firm’s clients include IBM, Walmart, Google, and global financial institutions. In her role as CEO of The Humphrey Group she coached top executives in how to speak as leaders and she is recognized as a leader in the field of leadership communications. 
 She is the author of three best-selling business books: Speaking as a Leader: How to Lead Every Time You Speak (2010); Taking the Stage: How Women Can Speak Up, Stand Out, and Succeed (2014); and Impromptu: Leading in the Moment (2017). 
 Judith is also a regular columnist for Fast Company online where she has written over 85 articles. Recently she founded and is CEO of EQUOS, an organization that provides emotional intelligence training to fitness, wellness, and health care leaders. 
 She has a BA and MA from Indiana University, and an MA from The University of Rochester. She plays the violin, which she studied at Indiana University. 
Mon 16 September 2019
Ambition In Motion's workshop on how to get your foot in the door with host Garrett Mintz and guest speaker Heather Wilde.'
She's published games for Disney, the WWE and Paramount, trained Fortune 500 brands, advised hundreds of startups, and managed nonprofit programs for Alcon, Starbucks, Patagonia, and others. 
 Wilde has received commendations for her work from the US Government, as well as Awards for Mentor, Coach, Female Executive, Entrepreneur and CTO of the Year, and been named Top Writer on Quora. 
 She writes for Forbes, Tech.co and the "Entrepreneurial Revolution" column for Inc Magazine. 
Sun 15 September 2019
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 I foster professional development into company culture and address employee growing pains so that managers and executives can focus on growing the business. 
Dreamer. Doer. Trailblazer. I get it.
I've gone from campus to a career at a Fortune 100 company, to a start-up that I helped grow to be a global organization. I've leaned in, transitioned, pivoted and side hustled.
I proudly own my roles, including being a mom who manages #allthethings to live my dreams and serve others.
Finding career fulfillment is a painful, soul-sucking process.
I make it purposeful, productive and fun.
Growing an organization is draining when dealing with petty and not so petty people issues. I develop kick-ass training to rally your people to win at work and in life.
I value integrity, authenticity and high-touch service.
It's my goal to have a positive impact on your career and business and help ⚡ boost your bottom line ⚡.

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