…where the speaker bored the snot out of you?
(I can guarantee I had nothing to do with that.)
When you’re hosting a conference or webinar you don’t want a boring speaker.
Pick Me! Pick Me, instead!
Why? Well, because I’m cute, my voice is melodious and I can even tell you a story or two about women in history that’ll keep you so captivated you won’t even realize you’ve actually learned something about yourself.
Not only do I speak about brilliant and brazen women of the past, I can also teach you how to have a heart-to-heart talk with your body so instead of focusing on what you don’t like in the mirror you start to only see what you love. Would that be nice?
I’ve spoken at many organizations such as UBS, KPMG, Sikorsky Aircraft, Women’s Junior League, Pace University, Hunter College, to name a few. I’ve motivated many women to love their bodies without going on a diet or working out like a fiend so instead they can eat that piece of cake, free of guilt.
I’d enjoy the opportunity to share my message with your group so they recognize how beautiful, brilliant and deserving they really are.
How does that sound?
I’m available to speak at your next conference, panel or lunch & learn at your company, webinar or teleconference.
To book me to speak at your next event, would you be so kind as to answer a few questions first by filling out this short form?
“I actively sought and invited ChaChanna Simpson to be the keynote speaker for the event after hearing her give a motivational presentation regarding ‘Life After College’ during the summer of 2013. As expected, she did a spectacular job; providing relevant real world examples, relating to the audience, and tackling the theme head on in her keynote address to the conference attendees.” –Abisola Kusimo, Terror Zone Coordinator ’13-‘14
Each topic can easily be expanded or condensed from one, two or three hours.
Eat the Cake: Make This The Year of Loving Your Body
Your worth is not determined by the number on the scale or your physical appearance despite what society and the media is shouting at you. In this talk, ChaChanna divulges her secrets on how you can stop accepting the invitation to the body shaming party, without having to diet or workout like a fiend. And instead, feel confident and in love with your body so you can eat the darn piece of cake without stressing about your weight.
“ChaChanna is great at conveying the importance of women throughout history. She is a great motivator, funny and confident.” –Annie Lucarelli
5 Ways Your Superwoman Complex is Sabotaging Your Success (and how to fix it)
When it comes to professional development, we usually think about time management, communication, delegation, and other external tasks. That is only half of the equation. Rarely do we take the time to work on the other important part: the mindset. If you’re not feeling confident about your skill set then you’ll doubt your career trajectory which leads to poor job performance. In this talk, ChaChanna shares the five kryptonites that are hindering you from having the stellar career you envisioned and how you can fix it.
“You touched on so many of those things which hold us back in our career (and our personal lives). Just hearing them spoken out loud and realizing we’re not alone was an epiphany. Your techniques to overcome the various Kryptonites keeping us back were smart and well thought out. I am looking forward to employing them to eradicate my own rainbow of Kryptonites.
The entire group truly enjoyed your presentation and came back with such feedback as: “WONDERFUL,” “Very helpful,” “ChaChanna was excellent,” “It was great!”
Thank you again so much. I really appreciate your willingness to present to our group here at UBS.” --Liz Cresi
Brilliant & Brazen Women in History
Ruling empires, fighting wars, going undercover, and brokering peace among nations – these are only a few of women’s triumphs that have, for centuries, gone untold. In this talk, ChaChanna shares stories of how brilliant, brazen women of the past changed the world for women of today. You’ll learn women’s perceived roles in history; how women defied to those rules, set trends, and became legends; and why history is incomplete with herstory.
“This workshop was very well done. The program was informative and engaging as well as entertaining and enlightening. ChaChanna choose obscure woman in history to demonstrate that all woman have the tools for greatness. She guided the groups discussion with challenging questions compelling us to personally connect with our traits of courage, composure, self-reliance, creativity and determination. I left feeling inspired, empowered by my self discovery that I too have what it take to achieve my goals!” –Christine Farrell
5 Simple Ways to Start Loving Your Body Right Now!
It’s possible to love the body you have right now but it’s going to take work and daily practice. In this talk ChaChanna shares the five small changes that will make a big difference. You’ll walk away with the tools you need to have a more happier, healthy and joyful life.
“ChaChanna’s workshops are engaging, uplifting experiences. Her passion for empowering women is a gift, and her excitement is contagious!” –Rosa Conti
ChaChanna can also create a customized talk for your audience, just give us a call and we can discuss your needs: 203-434-3931!
2015 Speaking Engagements
March 2015 | Nashville, TN
2014 Speaking Engagements
January 29, 2014 | Stamford, CT
New Haven Free Public Library
February 1, 2014 | New Haven, CT
May 14 | Stamford, CT
2013 Speaking Engagements
February 13, 2013 | Manhattan, NY
New Haven Free Public Library
March 23, 2013 | New Haven, Connecticut
Connecticut Holistic Health and Lifestyle
April 10, 2013 | Naugatuck, Connecticut
Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
June 24, 2013 | Stratford, CT
National Society of Black Engineers
October 5, 2013 | College Park, MD
2012 Speaking Engagements
Junior League of Eastern Fairfield
Norwalk Community College
New Haven Public Free Library
Connecticut Holistic Health & Lifestyle Alliance
2011 Speaking Engagements
New Haven Free Public Library
2010 Speaking Engagements
Eastern Connecticut State University
Lincoln College (formerly (formerly Briarwood College)