Kelly Falardeau

Kelly Falardeau is a burn survivor. Since the age of two she has struggled with her self-worth and confidence after receiving burns to 75% of her body. Kelly found a way to go from near-death to success; from the ugly scar-faced girl to the Top 10 Most Powerful and Influential Speaker, Fierce Woman of the Year, Best-Selling Author (4 times), recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and most recently a YWCA Woman of Distinction 2013.
You have to ask yourself how? How did a burn survivor who constantly struggled with rejection, staring and teasing burst through all the negativity in her life to succeed? You have to hear her speak or read her books to learn the stories of how she did it.

Linda Edgecombe

My mission is to get people fired up and ready and I promise to create powerful shifts, increase accountability, workplace safety while building momentum for my participants.  Not to mention having the best laugh they have had in a long time.  I believe a laugh is worth more than a thousand words and it has the power to change the way people feel, think and take action!  “A Day without laughing is a day wasted!”

Joe Roberts

Joe Roberts is an inspirational example of overcoming adversity and managing change. In 1989 he was living under a bridge as a homeless skid row street person. Today he is an author, CEO and internationally sought after professional speaker who motivates and inspires audiences worldwide.  Today, Joe delivers his keynote messages at conferences, conventions and special events, teaching people how to Profit from Adversity. How anyone can tap into the unconquerable power of the human spirit and rise above.  Joes powerful messages reach every attendee whether CEO’s managers or staff, your people will come away inspired.

Sami Jo Small

Sami Jo Small is a highly sought after teamwork and change expert. Through her keynote address, she focuses on helping you help the individuals in the crowd be motivated and inspired to help those around them. She’ll help your group become a better “team”, whether that’s in the workplace, at home or in relationships, and inspire the group to want to work harder for a common goal.