Bring Penelope to Your Next Event
“Hilarious and informative!” – American Bankers Association
“Keeps the audience riveted.” – Publisher’s Weekly
Penelope inspires audiences all over the U.S. to become catalysts for success to themselves and those around them.
Contact Penelope to find out how she can inspire your organization.
Penelope’s Satisfied Clients Include
Time Inc., Au Bon Pain, American Banker’s Association, UBS, Brinker International, CUNA Mutual, Public Relations Society of America, Electronic Recruiting Exchange, Canadian Marketing Association, Cornell University, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Farmer’s Credit Union.
Career development, employee recruiting and retention, and entrepreneurship.
All speeches are customized
Penelope does not have a set speech. She tailors each speech to each client.
Here’s Penelope’s speaking at Cornell University’s business school.
Here’s Penelope speaking to entrepreneurs at Tech Week..
“Penelope resonated with the group and people were talking about it for the rest of the conference. She got to know the tone and personality of the audience and delivered exactly what we needed to hear, with poise and humor.” – Danny Sarch, Founder & CEO, Leitner Sarch Consultants
“Penelope has tremendous wit and energy that make her highly engaging as a speaker. There was more stimulation and conversation following her presentation (weeks afterwards) than we have ever had during my time with our organization. I could not recommend someone more for an energetic, stimulating, and enjoyable presentation.” – Brian Johnson, Vice President of Business Development, NetLogic
“She inspired and touched many who heard her and she delivered a much needed message that kept everyone engaged and interested in what she had to share with them.” – Amy Aronoff Blumkin, VP of Business Development, Do What Counts
Omg! I’ve never read someone’s writing and it sounds like it’s coming out of my own head. Damn gurl, you good!
I am a student in vit. I have to give an introduction through an anecdote.i had leukemia 1 year ago so should i include this in my anecdote or not?