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After winning a Worldwide Gourmand Award for her book Vegan Recipes for Newbies and launching her latest novel, Taxi, Life Stories, contemporary life coach, public speaker and New Age writer Ana Ortega surprises and delights fans and new readers alike with Bruno, The Yellow Lab.
She is a 40+ year military dependent with 20+ years in digital business technology and 10+ years as an Author and Public Speaker for family awareness.
We are delighted that Nathania has been awarded the best public speaker in the country.
London, Mar 11 (ANI): British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is the most boring public speaker in the UK, says a survey of 1,000 adults.
This book is for the public speaker ready to take it to the next level, the speaker who is ready to go out and speak professionally to organizations and make large sums of money, starting at $2,500.
His way with words and sense of humor made him a popular public speaker long before he won the presidency.
Sweet Curdle" is a compilation of poetry by Wisconsin poet, public speaker, workshop facilitator, and literary activist Cathryn Cofell.
I was fortunate to hear him in his post-presidential career as a public speaker.
The Power Of Leadership Foundation First: Four Must-Have Principles For Collaborative Advantage by author, public speaker, and professional change agent Alexandra Brennan ably provides a clear and cogent understanding of effective and innovative leadership design methods.
who despite her husband's assassination continued to fight hard for civil rights); Betsy Ross (the colonial seamstress who created the first official American flag at the request of George Washington); Mark Twain (a popular American public speaker and author of the 19th century); George Washington (the American Revolution's Commander in Chief of the American Continental Army and the first president of the United States); Laura Ingalls Wilder (a brave pioneer girl who grew up to author the "Little House" books showing what pioneer life was like to subsequent generations of young readers).
She was a noted public speaker and established a Native school that was a model of educational excellence.
She is a widely sought public speaker on the role the Star Trek series has played in inspiring new technologies, continues to sit on the board of governors for the National Space Society, and recently opened the Gene Roddenberry Center for Aerospace Medicine.