Every March, Women’s History Month serves as a time to reflect and honor the contributions women have made to our country and society. For decades now, women have continued to break barriers and speak up for what they believe in.
Here are 5 popular topics that women are speaking about today!
After receiving a PhD in Economics from Oxford, Dr. Dambisa Moyo applied her skills towards becoming a Global Economist. Dr. Moyo is able to turn economic insight into investible ideas, influencing key decision-makers in strategic investment and public policy. As a New York Times Bestseller and keynote speaker, Dr. Moyo has earned a strong reputation as a top-tier opinion former and trusted advisor on Macroeconomics, Geopolitics, Technology and Millennial themes.
Lisa Copeland is an award-winning sales strategist who aims to teach sales organizations about purpose, people, and profits. For over 25 years, Copeland has been dedicated to the field of automotive sales and brand strategy. Copeland inspires individuals and organizations to grow out of old mindsets and habits by providing a call-to-action that gets everyone engaged, accountable, and ready to take bold risks.
For Sarah Moshman, the power of cinema is the way to create change. Along with being an Emmy award-wining documentary filmmaker, Moshman is also a TEDx keynote speaker, focusing on female empowerment. Most of Moshman’s work focuses on stories that inspire people, with an emphasis on empowering young women. A central message that Moshman shares is about being bold enough to leave our comfort zones and having the courage to tell our own stories.
As the former CEO of Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area, Patricia Wilson is well respected for her inspirational insights on leadership, philanthropy, social media, and public relations. Wilson is known as one of the most inspiring speakers on the circuit, sharing uplifting and heart warming stories about all she learned during her time with Make-A-Wish. Her success is recognized by many, as she has also received the title as one of the San Francisco Times’ “Most Influential Business Women.”
Amy Purdy has the comeback story of a lifetime, becoming a 3-Time Paralympic Medalist as well as being the only double leg amputee competing at the world class level. Purdy has not let anything stand in her way of accomplishing her dreams, and continues to be an inspiration to society. As a powerful, inspirational, and motivational speaker, Amy shares her story to millions of people and audiences around the world.
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