It is said that most people are more afraid of public speaking than of death. If that is true for you, please let Jennifer help you turn chaos into confidence for your next public speaking engagement.
Throughout her professional life, Jennifer has lived center stage, surrounded by microphones and cameras. The list of her experience in the public eye includes radio talk show host and reporter, television news magazine host and contributor, director of Harvard's renowned John F. Kennedy, Jr. Forum where she welcomed an A-list of world speakers, and finally author and filmmaker.
In those nearly three decades of work, she has interviewed hundreds, attended the speeches of hundreds more, and now been interviewed by even more hundreds on her book and film tours. Through it all she has developed a keen sense of what makes a good speech and how to deliver it to a variety of audiences, from one-on-one interviews to an overflow auditorium.
Her skills as a public speaker have been praised from coast to coast and internationally. Please check her REVIEWS page for a sampling.
Let Jennifer help you with various aspects of your public speaking, including-• Presentation Skills
• Interview Preparation
• Press Conference Practice
• Writing and Editing your speech to fit your style
• Honing your message
• Recovering from a gaffe
• Managing the Q&A (aka, dealing with the difficult)
For rates and availability, please contact Jennifer directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Women of K2" presentation at the National Geographic Headquarters, Washington, DC
Interviewing Patrick Dempsey for "Boys of Bonneville" trailer
Television appearance during "Last Man on the Mountain" book tour