MVP Seminars Key Note Speakers & Business Trainers
7 Speakers found for DIVERSITY
As a Survivor of a paralyzing motorcycle crash and 30+ years of rehabilitation his career as a keynote speaker and entertainer appeals to audiences of all ages: From Fortune 500 companies to universities, government agencies, churches and schools, with demonstrated ability to make people laugh, cry and think.
Devin C. Hughes is an award winning speaker, author & former college basketball player who works with a variety of organizations, teams, colleges & universities and non-profits who have a desire to break down barriers and make communication easier through greater self awareness and understanding of each other. He firmly believes that a great life is about progress not perfection. He is known as the "The Chief Inspiration Officer" to audiences worldwide for providing a road-map to a great life.
Dr. Rich is an author, pastor, seminar leader, and has been a guest on a weekly radio show, Maryanne Live! which reaches three million listeners monthly worldwide. Through his writings, speaking engagements, seminars and other teaching formats, Dr. Rich describes liberation for those seeking a transformative life and freedom from anger, frustration, self-destructive behavior, and from lies that have been accepted as truth. In particular, he is the author of a book and several articles related to understanding unresolved childhood sexual abuse trauma. MVP Seminars Trainer/Speaker: California Sexual Harassment, Stress Management, Diversity, Inspirational, Christian Themes.
Specializing in Finance for all levels of the organization, Diversity and Leadership.
Trained in psychology, she has more than 30 years' experience in her field as an acclaimed national speaker, trainer, coach and author. During her tenure at City College of San Francisco, which has arguably the most diverse population of any college in the United States, she rose to the challenge of helping people connect and communicate across differences. Before her early “retirement”, she not only taught psychology, but also provided training for major organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area on leadership, teambuilding, stress management, communication and conflict, and gender issues. During those training sessions, she honed the skills necessary to make sure that all participants were comfortable contributing to the interaction. After retirement, she wrote The Confident Introvert, written to help introverts, who are as much as 51% of the population, thrive in a culture that idealizes extroversion. She then realized that many leaders have no idea how they much they are alienating what she calls the “quietly brilliant” nor how much stress these individuals suffer in a rapidly-paced, outgoing workplace, and she returned to speaking and training to help introverts and extroverts connect and communicate.
Ritu is Founder and President of Everest Learning, a Management Consulting and professional development company head quartered in Edison, New Jersey, USA. Everest Learning focuses on customization of professional development programs to suit Organizational needs and provides workshops for aspiring professionals seeking higher management roles and career growth in their desired field.
Tom Roberts is a former broadcast journalist and college professor. He has also worked as a professional actor in film and television and as a voice-over artist.
Tom is author of Escape from Myself: A Manic-Depressive's Journey to Nowhere. Mental illness swept through his family like a Kansas tornado leaving three dead, two by suicide and one as a result of self-medicating with alcohol. He and his sister ignored the fear of stigma unlike their father, brother and sister who let it keep them from getting psychiatric treatment and choosing death instead.