Chaunté Lowe

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Motivational Olympic Medalist, American Record Holder, and TEDx Speaker Helping Your Group Navigate This Challenging Climate

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Have you wondered just how much adversity you or your team can handle? As a young girl, Chaunté Lowe had a dream of becoming an Olympian. After years of hard work and determination, her dream finally came true, but she was met with challenge after challenge in her quest for a medal. In 2019, Chaunté received the devastating diagnosis of triple-negative breast cancer —which is among the most aggressive forms. She decided to bring awareness to the importance of early detection and empower others by training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games — while undergoing treatment. In her powerful and inspirational story of determination, perseverance, and strength, Chaunté openly shares the valuable lessons she learned as she beat impossible odds.

When faced with tough decisions, sometimes it’s difficult to choose the right course. You can be overcome by emotion or communicate your intentions poorly, resulting in a decision you might regret. How can you make better decisions like a winner? It turns out the habit of good decision-making — and understanding its consequences — are skills that can be developed. In this entertaining talk, 4-time Olympian Chaunté Lowe uses stories from her own experiences as an athlete and breast cancer survivor, engaging activities, and empowering exercises to equip your audience with an arsenal of tools to support impeccable decision-making.

Is your organization experiencing low engagement and higher turnover? Research has shown businesses that practice diversity, equity, and inclusion can be more productive, profitable, and innovative. How do we embrace our unique differences to create a world that is inclusive for all? As an African American woman in a male-dominated world, Chaunté sheds light on how the Olympics helped her see the world differently and explains diversity in a way that is easy to relate to and implement within your organization.

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