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Taking the Struggle out of the Juggle of Public Speaking

  • 13 Apr 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Phillips Event Center, Bryan, TX

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  • Early Registration ends on Friday at midnight. Member registration cost $20 after that deadline.
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 Join the  Brazos Valley Association for Talent Development for our April 13th Professional Development Event at the Phillips Event Center in Bryan --- Parking is Free!

Topic:  Taking the Struggle out of the Juggle of Public Speaking.

Speaker: Valerie Felder, Adjunct Professor, Personal Trainer, Parenting and Childbirth Instructor, Toastmasters International Past President and member of National Speakers Association. 

Valerie holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from The University of Michigan and a master’s degree (summa cum laude) in Human Resources from Troy University. Professionally, she’s a veteran Air Force officer, an active member on a national educator’s board and focuses on education as a primary and secondary level instructor-speech communications, a specialty adult educator, and an adjunct college professor. This, coupled with her high-level Toastmasters’ International designation of Advanced Communicator Gold demonstrates her savvy to communicate winning strategies for family success. A testament to her communicator skills, organizations with needs for speech and communications training also call on Valerie for her expertise. Valerie was born in Atlantic City, New Jersey and enjoys globetrotting with her husband and their Close-Knit Family.

Valerie also trains both adults and youth in physical fitness, wellness, and stress management. 

This program maps to ATD's Foundational Competency in Interpersonal Skills and Personal Skills and with Area of Expertise in Training Delivery and Evaluating Learning Impact. For more information about the ATD competeny model, visit https://www.td.org/Certification/Competency-Model.

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