Helen has over fifteen years in Personnel Management and Training commencing with corporate roles, and for the past seven years has operated as a self employed consultant, specialising in soft skill development and team building.
Esteemed Author, Retired Philadelphia Police Officer, Speaker for Women in Transition, The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Advocate
The technology industry sector has been my domain for virtually my entire career. It has represented a considerable span of time parts of which have been thrilling.
Jack Trammell is Associate Professor of Sociology and disability expert, as well as historian and writer. He specializes in exceptionality, Otherness, folklore, disability policy, and social history.
Jacque Miller, owner of Career Dimensions of Arizona is a Human Behavior Specialist, Certified Lifestyle Educator and Nutritionist who passionately supports local and national issues regarding small business, education and health.
Jameen is a cutting edge, out-of-the box public speaker. His use of illustrations and examples sets him apart from other speakers, and provides an experience that listeners will never forget.
From Hawaii to South Africa, from Australia to Canada, James F. Hennig, Ph.D., is known as a dynamic keynoter, seminar leader, and business consultant.
James Haygood is an american film editor/ A-list editorial credits including Madonna’s “Vogue” and The Rolling Stones’ “Love Is Strong,” a number of TV commercials, and eventually feature-film work – The Game, Fight Club, and Panic Room.
An Emmy award winning television news correspondent and documentary producer, James C. Moore is the co-author of Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential.
The tragic story of J.R. Richard is one that deserves to be told and retold for as long as the sport of baseball survives. Much like the timeless Greek tragedies written thousands of years ago, it is the story of a great figure brought to ruin at the heig
His book and documentary, Maxed Out, both came out in March 2007. "A riveting examination of America's credit card debt roblem" ," The Washington Post 2007 NACA National Convention Film Screening