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Making a Difference Speaker Doris Lee McCoy

Making a Difference Speaker Doris Lee McCoyDr. Doris Lee McCoy is a national and international Making A Difference Speaker/Seminar leader from La Jolla, CA. She has authored seven books and has interviewed 3,000+ well known leaders whose stories she passionately shares through speaking, writing, and TV/Radio shows. Her book AMERICA’S NEW FUTURE is ripe for this political year. As a member of the Explorer’s Club, she has travelled to 17 rainforests and shares some challenging adventures.

Leadership Speaker Mary Kelly

Leadership Speaker Mary KellyDr. Mary Kelly, Commander, US Navy (ret) is author of several business and leadership books including 15 Ways to Grow Your Business in Every Economy and the global award-winning Master Your World: 10 Dog-Inspired Leadership Lessons to Improve Productivity, Profits, and Communication.

A humorous economist, Mary uses Navy leadership practices, economic principles, communication strategies, and business efficiency techniques to tailor keynotes, breakouts, and business consulting to organizations looking for improved productivity and enhanced employee engagement.

Specializing in government, education, finance, insurance, business development, and women’s groups, Mary is engaging, enlightening, and entertaining as she wows international audiences and helps people become more effective and efficient.

Communications Skills Speaker Jezra Kaye

Communications Skills Speaker Jezra KayeJezra Kaye, President of Speak Up for Success, has shown entrepreneurs, innovators, businesspeople, and professionals how to communicate with power and ease. Her keynote speeches and workshops, delivered in Europe, Mexico, and throughout the U.S., have been lauded for their wit, relevance, and practical value. Jezra, whose business is based in Brooklyn, NY, is the co-author of Managing the Unmanageable: How to Motivate Even the Most Unruly Employee and the author of Speak Like Yourself (No, Really!), which will be published in the spring of 2012.