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With the Right Words You Can Change the World

A refreshing and engaging keynote speaker, Amber delivers insightful perspectives on communication and communicators that has audiences laughing and thinking about the power and the potential of words. With more than 20 years’ experience, Amber has developed an expert ability to connect language to leadership, personal power, and transformation.  Her message of self-determination through language is a great fit for many events including conferences, business meetings, corporate gatherings, and fundraisers. 

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With the Right Words, You Can Change the World

Want to change the world? Change your words. From earnings reports to fairy tales, the right words make all the difference. This fun and funny talk brings together insights from biology, history, and learned behaviors to deliver equal parts inspiration and activation. 

The Language of Leadership

Everyone can be a leader. No fancy title or executive office required. We look at the power, language, and  self determination of some of the world’s most unlikely leaders. The lessons they demonstrate encourage and propel audiences to examine their own lives for leadership opportunities. 

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Men, Women, and Words

Ever feel like men and women speak completely different languages? This high- energy talk focuses on bridging the gender communication gap with a light touch, a sense of humor, some very real stories from an Idaho childhood, and two decades of working with men, women and words.

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Warm, inclusive, and inspirational, Amber’s keynotes engage audiences of all sizes from executive teams of 15 to auditoriums of 500+.

Past clients include Transamerica, Idaho Women’s Leadership Conference, and the American Marketing Association.

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What Our Audiences Are Saying

Don’t just take it from us, let our audiences do the talking!

I like your voice and your content is solid, accessible, relevant and timely. The commandments forced me to acknowledge some less-than-ideal communication habits of my own. Consider my awareness cranked up.”

Laura Scully

Chief Communications Officer, Transamerica Life and Protection

“Amber was my favorite presenter. She offered so much practical advice and insight and she just blew me away!!”

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2014 Annual Event, NASSM

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