My dad was a story teller and a politician. My mom was a poet and a professional counselor. Combine those traits and you’ve basically landed on me.
Rumor has it that the greatest fear for most people is public speaking. I’m not sure why, but I’ve always enjoyed it. Maybe its the “ham” in me or the stage my parents provided for me at the dinner table. But really…I think it has most to do with the love I feel and the energy I gain from a genuine and honest connection.
Whatever it is, I love it all the same.
If you are looking for someone who is real, dynamic and tells it like it is to speak at your next event, I do my best to be all of these (not just part of the time, but all of the time.) Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
My style on stage is informal and relaxed. I like to connect the dots between real-life stories and how these stories apply to us—in our workplace and our personal lives. I enjoy openly exploring the universal truths that rest within all of our stories.
Here’s a formal read of my bio should it be helpful when considering me for a speaking event:
“The founder of Girls on the Run and a globally recognized role model for positive change, Molly Barker motivates audiences to embrace their individual strengths, ask the hard questions of themselves, and realize their potential to change the world.
An accomplished triathlete, Molly encourages others to run-toward hope, passion and self-discovery to solve problems and overcome adversity. With a background in social work, counseling and teaching, she is the founder of two rapidly growing nonprofit organizations. Since 1996, Girls on the Run has helped more than two million girls across the country unleash their potential, and since 2014, The Red Boot Way has provided a space for honest sharing and compassionate listening that changes how we see and engage with our world.
Molly shares life-changing lessons from her personal journey of self-discovery, inspiring you to recognize the power of one person to make a significant difference. Authentic, candid and relatable on stage, she leaves audiences with a deeper awareness of the world, as well as creative strategies for channeling passions into innovative solutions for your team, organization or community.”
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