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Monica  McCoy

Monica McCoy

Global Award-Winning Speaker & CEO of Monica Motivates, Former Global Director of Strategy and Innovation for The McDonald’s Division of The Coca-Cola Company

In-Person Fee Range:
$20,001 - $30,000
Virtual Fee Range:
$7,501 - $10,000
Traveling from:
Georgia
Treating Your Life Like A Fortune 100 Company
Monica Motivates – Our Story
Commitment To Closing The Opportunity Gap For African-American Women

Monica McCoy

Global Award-Winning Speaker & CEO of Monica Motivates, Former Global Director of Strategy and Innovation for The McDonald’s Division of The Coca-Cola Company

In-Person Fee Range:
$20,001 - $30,000
Virtual Fee Range:
$7,501 - $10,000
Traveling from:
Georgia

Why Book

  • Monica McCoy founded Monica Motivates a woman-owned, Black-owned business that offers education and consulting services to women and underrepresented entrepreneurs, corporations, government, and non-profit organizations.
  • Her core mission is closing the opportunity gap created due to lack of education, key resources, and funding in underrepresented communities.
  • Monica McCoy helps businesses grow and thrive by building people, tools, and technology capacities with an emphasizes on: inclusivity, creativity and leadership. Monica provides the resources and knowledge required to strengthen company culture and scale businesses. Her trademarked programs have garnered international attention and most importantly have resulted in measurable success for participants who have launched, grown, and scaled their businesses.

Biography

Monica McCoy is a highly sought-after global speaker, executive coach, business strategist, and founder of Monica Motivates.

Monica founded Monica Motivates after years of witnessing untapped potential in other women and underrepresented people. Recognizing that gender and race play significant roles in determining business outcomes for owners and founders, McCoy works to remove barriers like lack of education, other resources, and access to capital that hinder this group. McCoy’s organization aims to close the opportunity gap by offering education and consulting services to women and underrepresented entrepreneurs, providing the tools and knowledge they need to grow and scale their businesses.

As the former Acting Global Director of Strategy and Innovation for The Coca-Cola Company’s McDonald’s Division, Monica brings fifteen years of experience to her work.

Monica’s global recognitions include the prestigious “Iconic Women Creating a Better World for All” Award at the Women’s Economic Forum. She also received the Start Up Atlanta Equity Champion, American Express Founder of Change, and was among the 2021 Porsche Driven Women.

Monica’s commitment to diversity is evident through organizing the Global Supplier Diversity Conference (GSDC). She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Emory University and serves on the Oxford College Alumni Board.

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Programs

The Leadership Difference: How Diversity of Talent Shifts From Limiting Beliefs to Possibilities and Opportunities.

In this session, Monica focuses on individuals examining at how they invest in themselves by understanding the limiting beliefs that hold us back.  Monica provides steps and tools that can help shift the balance in striving for being the best we can be.

TILT: Strategies That Shift the Odds for Women at Work and in Business

Despite the great strides women have made at work, the surprising truth is that significant obstacles continue to dampen their progress. Even women themselves don’t always recognize how prevalent the subtle barriers to advancement remain.

Too often, they conclude there’s something wrong with them or that it’s all in their heads when workplaces punish them for many of the same behaviors that win men accolades. But the consequences to their careers are real – less mentoring and sponsorship, fewer promotions, lower tolerance for mistakes, ongoing microaggressions, questioning of their authority and expertise, double standards and double binds. The obstacles are even greater for women of color.

During this keynote, Monica McCoy gives professional women the straight story on harmful practices that can slow, or even derail, advancement in corporate environments or in founding, funding and growing your own business.  McCoy’s message is clear and inspiring – we know what works to help women break through, we just need to share the message with more women!

Treating Your Brand Like a Fortune 500 Company

This keynote dives into why everyone today needs a personal brand. It’s also important how you define it, what you use it for and how to get engaged in the art of communication via social. The ultimate focus on this topic is about bringing your voice to the conversation in ways that matter.

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